• Windows Server 2003 system state.

    Hi guys. This is my first post but I have read lots on the site which has helped loads so thank you!! I have a Windows 2003 Small Business Edition server which was running a Raid5 up until a few days ago. Unfortunately it suffered 2hdd failures over a weekend and so I could not repair the raid as...

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  • Advice required on building career in Storage Area Network

    Hi,I want to build a career in Storage Area Network and get into HBA testing/development of iSCSI,FC,FCOE cards. What are the scope of job opportunities in India?Please let me know the technical knowledge a person should pursue to become an expert in this field. It will be helpful to know if there...

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  • DASD storage levels

    Is there a recommended storage level percentage for optimum performance / cost ? Obviously I realise there are lots of factors to take into consideration, such as projected growth, disk sizes / arms, I/O etc. But with all these catered for should I be looking at something around 75% or say 50%? 50%...

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  • Good Choices For Enterprise Data Storage?

    We're looking for a reliable vendor for storing our data at the enterprise level. Does anyone have any recommendations?

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  • A problem when BDAM files with key are copied by DFSMSdss.

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  • dvd recorder

    My DVD recorder stopped working after i tried to record copy guarded recording can it be fixed?

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  • insufficient space

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  • tape drive utilization

    How do I move a tape drive between 2 LPAR's without having to do it manually?

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  • HP EVA Continuous Access Replication

    I am trying to replicate from a HP EVA 6300 to a HP EVA 4400 SAN. Both SAN's are licensed with CA. I have a SAN switch fabric. Both SAN's can view the remote host and there is a usable path present on both. When I try to create a DR group I am getting the error "Storage system connection down". Is...

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  • SunGard live webcast: Optimizing your disaster recovery dollars to address real risks

    Join us on September 27 at 2 p.m. ET for the SunGard live webcast to learn why it's important to re-evaluate your DR strategy and spending dollars and determine whether or not they're being optimized to mitigate the real risks to the business.

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  • Is it possible to recover files and folder?

    How do I recover files and folder from a computer user's account, when the administrator accidentally deleted it? It happened when he tried renaming/deleting  their user name and account.

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  • Back Up

    My hardrive recently crashed and I had a new one put in. I had an external drive to back up my files, but now I don't know how to restore all my files into the new hard drive

    Rodent10 pointsBadges:
  • Setting up my own private dropbox system

    I'm trying to setup my own dropbox system (for private use). I know what I want, but I don't know how I can make it work. I'm 'comfortable' with some technical things, but I'm no tech-genius, so setting up linux servers etc. is not something I can do :) Would be lovely if you could help me out with...

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  • Capture I/O traffic with multipathing policy on a ESXi 4.1 environment

    Hi There.. We have 4 paths for the VMAX storage on an ESXi 4.1 environment. The multipathing policy is set to Round Robin. Is there a way that i can monitor the I/O traffic on each path ? I need to know if the I/O traffic is distributed among all the 4 paths equally. I know we can use Sansurfer or...

    KALAKAAR45 pointsBadges:
  • Hard drive issue

    Can a electrical surge destroy the hard drive without seeing any visible signs?

    Ggolob5 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange 2007 DR help

    I am fairly new to Exchange, but I have successfully migrated from Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2007. Now I am looking to set up my DR site with a backup exchange server and I would just like some verification that I am doing it correctly. What I have is an Exchange CAS/HUB/DB server and a separate...

    Dwapiti115 pointsBadges:
  • IBM System Storage TS3310 Tape Library

    Hi, I want to have a better understanding of  [strong]'IBM System Storage TS3310 Tape Library'[/strong].I have the IBM documentation,but things are not very clear . For Example: i)How this is different from 3590 tape drive where libraries are backed up in sequence. ii)Can this drive support...

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  • S.M.A.R.T HDD

    My computer cannot read my hard drive,there is a message that HDD S.M.A.R.T is disable. How can i enable it?

    jaysonrivera08037430 pointsBadges:
  • RAID Configuration in HP Proliant DL360

    I just bought an HP Proliant DL360 G6 Server, I have install the HP Smart array and Configure the RAID 0 and 5 with a 5 HDD SAS 147 GB HDD, I installed Window 2003 E.Edition 64bit on RAID 0 but can not see the RAID 5 which should be the other HDD. Can some one show me how to configure it aft OS is...

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  • How do you view replication properties for Active Directory partitions and Domain Controllers

    How do you view replication properties for Active Directory partitions and Domain Controllers

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