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    If my RAID controller is down and being replaced, would it still be able to recognize the RAID array? Or do I have no alternative but to rebuild everything from scratch?

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    What's the main difference between content delivery and mirrors? I heard that a mirror is a static content delivery network, but I don't know what makes content delivery "dynamic." What can a content delivery network do that mirroring can't?

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    We have an IBM Ultrium LT04 included in RHEL5 LPAR (IBM System i520) where we have the following problem: We can not generate back ups in compressed format (1.6 TB), we are only able to generate in the normal format (800 GB). Just in casa our back ups are processed in Red Hat Enterprise Linux...

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    How expensive are GETMAINs to a transaction in CICS? Some of our transactions can use over 10,000 of them. Would reducing the number have significant performance results?

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    The scenario: SQL_SVR_A (2000)has x amount 'too much' SAN disk space that they want to reclaim/use to allocate to SQL_SVR_B (2000)- which doesn't have enough space. What is the best method to, first, remove the disk space and keep all DBs in-tact and secondly, how to add new space to ServerB,...

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    I am migrating from old AS400 machine (825) to newer machine (570) both hold OS400/V5R4M5. already loaded the new 570 machine with user data backup for testing purposes before live migration. Ny question is, at the day of migration what will be the clean-up procedure for the new machine before I...

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    I have a 170 with 4 and 8GB drives and want to change to 17 GB or 36 GB drives. Is it true that the IBM drives have IBM's os/400 micro code and I can only use their drives? I know that the 36GB are working because they are being sold that way (but no larger than that). Thanks

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