• Huge back-up with rsync

    Hello We have a VNX system with more than 50TB of data. We also have a storage engine with enough storage. Now we want to back-up the VNX to the storage engine. The idea we have for the moment is to do this with rsync. From the VNX we make a snapshot. This snapshot is necessary because the data on...

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  • How do you teach data analysis to your enterprise clients?

    Facebook has the largest Hadoop cluster in the world, about 100 PB, which ingests 500 TB of new data every day.  But even this isn’t enough to collect and analyze all of the data necessary to run the site and support enterprise clients. By employing data discovery tools to transform data into...

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  • Symantec Backup Exec 2010 media management

    What is the best practice in the retention or use period of backup tapes? Is it advisable that backup tapes are retained or use only until the expiration dates recommended by the manufacturer? Is the Symantec Backup Exec 2010 has the feature to identify tape that is not working (backup to tape has...

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  • Storage device or a QNAP

    Storage device or QNAP device if I remove the HD in a disaster will it work in a standard SATA PC straight away as a "drive partition” if it was in a raid configuration? I have a large media backup system and have been copying files between 3 USB external drives for ages via the"ActiveSYNC APP"...

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  • Moving E2K10 mailboxes to another database on different LUN

    I'm trying to put together a plan to move/migrate all mailboxes to a new DB on a separate RAW Exchange LUN.  Here some history - each MBX server in a DAG has a 1TB volume that's housing DBs and it's running out of space.  We are presenting new raw LUNs to each DAG node, and I need to move all the...

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  • NAXA NMV-174

    It keeps telling me to turn off the U disk to charge the device. What is the U disk and where is it located?

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  • How use NTBackup command in Windows Server 2008 R2

    How do I use NTBackup command in Windows Server 2008 R2?

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  • Is a 3 drive RAID 5 array a good idea?

    I am specifying a new server and have been told that a 3 drive RAID 5 array is not a good idea as I will not have a bootable drive in the event of a array controller failure. A better idea is O/S on a RAID1 mirror with apps too, and data on RAID 5 array of 3 drives. Any comments please.

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  • SAN Configuration

    I have an MD3200 (DELL) with MD1200 expansions added to it. It is used for database storage. I am wondering if there is any performance difference segmenting the storage into different RAID 5 sets versus just one big RAID 5 set? If the data is spread across all disks in a single RAID 5, is that any...

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  • Backups failing due to volume shadow copy

    On a Windows Server 2003 standard machine, I have set up NTbackup to run daily. For the first couple of weeks the backups ran smoothly, but now every single one fails with the error: Volume shadow copy creation: Attempt 1. Timeout before function completed Error returned while creating the volume...

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  • Disabling USB flash drive use via group policy

    Do you know of a way to effectively disable USB flash drives while permitting other USB devices on client computers through a group policy? Our systems administrator has tried a couple of alternatives, but some of them completely disable the USB ports, and others just block some specific types or...

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  • USB External Hard drive and Windows XP

    I have two issues which are basically the same. I have an external USB hard drive that I connect to a computer running Windows XP. Windows USB driver recognizes the hard drive and shows the drive in Device Manager but Windows does not show the drive in Windows Explorer. A customer has a USB FLASH...

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  • Data storage

    How is data stored and retrieved in cashless environment?

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  • RAID to HP Proliant DL360 G5 server

    How can I configure RAID setup to HP Proliant DL360 G5 server? Please can someone help me? Thanks!

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  • How to recover data from damaged USB drive?

    I just accidentally sat on my USB storage stick whilst it was still in the port of my PC. It is now bent and the connections may have been damaged. My PC does not detect the USB drive. How can I recover the data on the drive?

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  • Block IE or Internet access with group policy

    Is there any way to block Internet access with group policy? I am setting permissions for some of the machines locally to only allow certain users access to the IE executable, but that is a pain in the butt. I have: Win2k3 single domain with 2 DC's approx 50 XP Pro workstations. I'm guessing this...

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  • Share access

    How to set share level permissions on FAS2020 (NetApp)?

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  • Dictionary array displayed in a listbox

    Hi all, I have a dictionary array that words are added to as time goes on... I need to display ALL of these words in a neat/formatted order but have no clue how! Any help appreciated however I need an answer asap if at all possible! Thanks in advance.

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  • Codes to bring back deleted files and folders

    How can I bring back deleted files on my PC?

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  • Electric field intensity

    What does electric field intensity mean?

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