• mounting an AS/400 shared folder to linux

    I am trying to find how to mount an i-series shared folder to my linux machine. I would ideally like to be able to use the cpy command on the i-series to copy files directly to the linux shared folder (it is currently shared on a windows machine). I have a program which selects the documents based...

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  • Raid 10 configeration

    Where do I connect my four drives for a raid 10 array?

    mustangmary8310 pointsBadges:
  • Install Windows 7 using a HDD Docking Station

    Hi, I've recently bought a new 320GB Hard Drive 2.5" for my laptop, but I am having a bit of a problem installing Windows 7 on to it. I have inserted the HDD into my laptop and inserted my Windows 7 Disk but I keep getting the following error message, even though the HDD is new and there is no USB...

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  • CL PGM for full system save from the HMC

    System info: OS/6.1, 9117-MMB-770. Can you run a full system save from the HMC in a CL pgm? here is my code so far: PGM DCL VAR(&DATE) TYPE(*CHAR) LEN(6) DCL VAR(&TAPE) TYPE(*CHAR) VALUE(TAP02) CHGJOB RUNPTY(19) JOBQ(QSYS/QCTL) LOG(0 00 *SECLVL) + LOGCLPGM(*YES) BRKMSG(*NOTIFY) +...

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  • Array In oracle

    I have made one buyer project i want to add various items in only one buyers list. I want that the name of the buyer is not repeated every time but it includes all items... how can i do that?

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  • Windows XP

    How to create a Bootable USB drive (Pen Drive) with Windows XP? I'm not sure this is the right place to ask this question. Anyhow if you know the answer please let me know. Thanks Surey.

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  • Multiple hard drive question

    I have two drives on my PC. A SSD and a HDD. If I install an application (arcGIS) on my solid state. is it okay to store data for that program(maps and files that the program with use in its database) on the HDD or will it be faster to keep them on the same drive.

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  • Does iSeries Cache my Java Class?

    I am new to Java but have many years with RPG. I created a simple Java program with return value, prototyped it in RPG, executed it and all looked good. Then I tried to expand on the logic, but only the old logic will function. It is very much like it still has an old copy of the program in memory...

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  • Lotus notes 8.5

    I have .nsf archive files from my old work lotus notes 8.0.2. At my new work we use lotus notes 8.5 version. I can\'t open my arvhive file from old version with new version. It says \"Attempted encryption operation is not supported by this version of notes\" - pl. help.

    HelpME12315 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange Archive

    I need to know how to setup Exchange 2003 to periodically archive e-mails. Can anyone explain how to do this? Thanks.

    lewisdale60 pointsBadges:
  • Random Storage Question

    Question 01 - like netapp operating system is DATAONTAP and it's file system is WAFL what about EMC products? and what about oracle ZFS uses which file system Question 02 - What are command set for fiber channel and fibber channel over Ethernet ? Question 03 - if someone talks about lost frame in a...

    storageareanetwork10120 pointsBadges:
  • Do you use FibreChannel over Ethernet?

    I've heard mixed opinions about using FCoE. What's your take? Is it reliable enough yet, or does it still need time to mature?

    Ben Rubenstein5,815 pointsBadges:
  • Terminology “True” SAN or “Emulated” SAN

    Dear Memebers, my senior is talking about in a discussion type of SAN according to him there are two types one is True and one Emulated when i ask him to explain the difference so explained that in a Emulated SAN there is layer in between hardware like NETApp's WAFL he also explained that in...

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  • external hard drive

    tow days ago i had a problem with my external hard drivewhen i pluged it in my cp told that u shuld format itthen i desided to solve this problem by myself i have used hiren boot cd (partition recovery) to recover the partitions but it dosent work and it become worst now it dosent appear in my...

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  • VBA Array Loop

    Hello, Can anyone help me with VBA code that creates an array from a range of cells (A1:E1), loops through the array and performs a function. I already have the function now I need to create the array and loop. Thank you...

    ClaireJosie40 pointsBadges:
  • storage group

    Hi, Can we add multiple hosts to a storage group? I know a host cannot add to more than one storage group at time, however not sure if two servers can add to a single storage group in clariion.

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  • Backup

    Hi, need some advice on the AS400. Thanks in advance. We had a AS400 and we had user using it 24/7. We would like to shut down the system for some maintenance, but there is a small group that are not willing to accept for the downtime. What other way can i backup the system and at the same time...

    tedsoh210 pointsBadges:
  • doubts about raid

    Can we use two raid groups at a time in a storage system? ie can we use both raid 10 and raid 6 on the same set of drives?

    vibes150 pointsBadges:
  • Filter SQL Replication Deletes by user

    I am in the process of setting up replication from sql 2008r2 to Oracle 11. I have one requirement that is giving me some issues. My sql db is the publisher and currently maintains data from year 1. The Oracle subscriber will maintain 7 years data. After the initial snapshot the sql db will only...

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  • How to find a large size object or fast growing object ?

    Few days back we had an issue where DASD went up to 97% and even higher... Due to a user who have created a large file: Library . . . . . . : ABC Object Type Attribute Text XYZ *FILE ********** "Object with size has grown extremely High" We took a service dump and the system IPLed. Could nay one...

    SUBHRO40035 pointsBadges:

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