First thing to do is find out what is take up space on the disk. The more we have, the more we collect data. Sometimes a good cleanup can reduce disk utilization by 10 to 30%. Next you need to set policies on file retention. Now that your system is clean, if you are at 80%, [...]
View Answer | October 19, 2012 2:48 PM
Hey Jessie, at my work we are currently using Tegile Systems for our enterprise data storage. We highly recommend their products.
View Answer | November 1, 2012 7:22 PM
Data, Enterprise, Storage, Technology
Try uninstalling the program and then re-installing it. If that does not work, remove it completely and try another program.
View Answer | November 2, 2012 3:37 PM
View Answer | October 4, 2012 12:20 PM
Drive Volumes, error, Fujitsu, SAN storage
Here are a link that may assist you in your problem but, to answer your question, it is enabled in the BIOS in the hardware section. Hope this helps. http://www.techarp.com/showfreebog.aspx?lang=0&bogno=95
View Answer | October 12, 2012 1:27 AM
Hard drive failure
iSeries is unknown to me, but we live in a mixed Linux-Windows environment, where Linux runs on Wintel boxes. Here we use the following script, to mount a specific Windows directory to a given Linux machine. The trick is to mount it so that Windows thinks you are a Windows user, with your Windows password. [...]
View Answer | August 31, 2012 9:45 PM
Connectivity, iSeries, Linux, NFS
Yes you can install programs on the SSD and save the data on the spinning disk. It would be faster to put them on the SSD if the files are very large, but if they are small it probably won’t matter.
View Answer | August 19, 2012 3:02 PM
GIS software, HDD, SSD
From the client I believe you go to File, Advanced and select the archive option. I think it allows you to specify the amount of days you wish it to archive. As for the server, I am not sure.
View Answer | August 7, 2012 12:11 PM
Archives, Exhange 2003
Since you are asking so many questions about NetApp, I have to ask, are you currently a NetApp administrator? If so, you should have and account on the NetApp site NOW and you will be able to find all the answers to your questions. I am currently an NetApp administrator and NCSD certified, and what [...]
View Answer | November 3, 2012 6:38 PM
EMC, iSCSI and FC Network, NetApp, Storage, Storage Channel, ZFS Filesystem
Yes, you can allocate the same storage group to multiple hosts. Just be sure that only one server has write access to the storage group at a time unless they are clustered servers.
View Answer | July 17, 2012 5:36 PM
Is there any quite time at all over the weekend at least, if not fot all sys data, the user data and little of sys config data needs to be saved. Any system critical deployment of Hardware problems can cause problems, and surely backup is essential. You might also consider Save while active feature
View Answer | July 16, 2012 12:55 PM
There are various ways; Some proactive and some reactive. ProActive, you can limit the size of objects owned by a user bu using the MAXSTG parm on the USRPRF. You can limit the size of PFs by not using SIZE(*NOMAX) ReActive, you can run RTVDSKINF and PRTDSKINF to find the size of large objects on [...]
View Answer | July 10, 2012 12:19 PM
The answer depends on your storage device. You can add up to the supported amount on your storage device. Also, most storage devices will require you to delete all data on your current array if you want to add or remove physical drives from the RAID group.
View Answer | July 11, 2012 5:20 PM
check the link below: http://www.valiantcom.com/optical_transmission/data_sheets/e1_fom.pdf
View Answer | July 23, 2012 1:03 AM
Fiber optics, G.703
When you write to the FS on RAID, the writes are getting distributed across 14 drives, but when you write directly to a single drive you are limited by the speed of that drive. One thing i’m not sure about is how you managed to get 260MB/s on a single drive. Are you using an [...]
View Answer | November 9, 2012 8:38 AM
Cache Memory, RAID, Storage
Hi, I noticed your message, did you get any luck with this? We have Power6 520, and have maxed out on our DASD, could anyone tell me installing VMAX 1.0 as a SAN to iSeries as storage solution? The LUNS are already created and it need just to configure. Any guidance and docs?
View Answer | July 12, 2012 1:42 PM
AS/400, EMC, HBA, Storage in 2010
//RESTTRM JOB ‘DUMP’,CLASS=A,NOTIFY=&SYSUID, // REGION=0M //* — JOB TO RESTORE SMF RECORDS FROM TAPE //REST EXEC PGM=ADRDSSU,PARM=’TYPRUN=NORUN’ //TAPE1 DD UNIT=/890,VOL=SER=BPD134, // DSNAME=DUMPFULL.VCM307,LABEL=(120,SL), // DISP=OLD //TAPE1 DD UNIT=/890,VOL=SER=BPD134, // DSNAME=DUMPFULL.VCM250,LABEL=(66,SL), // DISP=OLD //TAPE1 DD UNIT=/890,VOL=SER=BPD134, // DSNAME=DUMPFULL.VCM289,LABEL=(36,SL), // DISP=OLD //SYSPRINT DD SYSOUT=* //SYSIN DD * RESTORE DATASET(INCLUDE(VPP1.CMS.GDG.HNT2.G0625V00))- INDDNAME(TAPE1) RENAMEU(BACKAMSL) ODY(FC123A) RESTORE DATASET(INCLUDE(VPP1.CMS.GDG.HNT2.G0625V00))- [...]
View Answer | September 27, 2012 11:39 AM
Backup and restore, GDG, Restore Database, Tape Backups
Yes, i have used dropbox at home and at work as well. The service is very good and it allows me to access, share and store my personal and confidential data on their safer model. To pass an honest feedback about their service, i would like to give High five to them because their service [...]
View Answer | August 30, 2012 8:44 AM
Cloud Computing, Cloud computing security, Cloud Services, Cloud storage, Open IT Forum, Storage, Storage management
Our primary storage provider is NetApp and they provide training not only for our personnel but when we receive new equipment, they send a trained team to assist us is the configuration of the equipment to suit our needs.
View Answer | November 3, 2012 4:45 AM
HDS, NetApp, Silver Peak, Silver Peak Expert Advice, Storage
We use the snapmirror option, either manually or I wrote a script to run on a daily basis for replication. They do not replicate as a read only but as a read-write and it goes across three servers. So, I really do not understand on how you are just getting a read only when you [...]
View Answer | November 3, 2012 1:32 AM
NetApp, Netapp NFS