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  • understanding the letters, numbers and abbreviations of card slots and mobo circuit routing

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  • SATA Hard Drive on Win 2003 Server

    We have a Win 2003 Server with 2 SATA drives. I have a 750 gig SATA drive that I want to install in it. This drive was satisfactorily formatted (NTFS) on another machine. But the server won't recognize it, in spite of their being 3 unused SATA ports on the motherboard. I've tried different ports...

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  • IFS File Permissions When Uploading a File via PHP

    Hello All, I've written a php script that uploads a file to the IFS using the following function: move_uploaded_file($_FILES['uploaded']['tmp_name'], $target) It successfully uploads the file.  But, does not inherit the permissions of the folder it is contained under. I tried setting the...

    Dcantwell470 pointsBadges:
  • Content delivery vs. mirror

    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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  • New Contest: Win the Nexus One Google Phone with your Knowledge Points!

    You're asking and answering questions already, so why not put those Knowledge Points to good use? Win a Nexus One, Google's new cell phone! It's unlocked, so you can sign on with the (select) carrier of your choice contract-free! Read all the details, but the short and long of it is that over the...

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  • Problem to generate back ups in compressed format

    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...

    Omedina30 pointsBadges:
  • How expensive are GETMAINs to a transaction in CICS?

    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?

  • CPU and RAM recommendations for our data warehouse

    We run a DWH with 3 databases. The first DB, called Staging, is the "input buffer", copies the operational data, seven source systems, 12 parallel Extraction Jobs running SSIS packages. Mostly full refresh 40 GB data every night. Second DB is called catalog. Data is transformed using about 1,500...

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  • Removing and adding new space to databases.

    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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  • VMware ESXi backup solutions

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    ITKE347,460 pointsBadges:
  • Reminder: Microsoft Live Cloud Chat Tomorrow 02/23, 11 am – 2 pm ET

    Tomorrow, 02/23, Microsoft Experts Jim Glynn and Brett Hill will be joining us live on IT Knowledge Exchange to discuss the benefits of the Cloud on Microsoft products like SharePoint and Exchange. Visit the live chat page now to post your questions in advance in the comments area, or sign up for...

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  • Rstlib restore file not library

    how do you restore only certain file from a library backed up on tape?

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  • Upgrade clean-up procedure for backup and restore

    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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  • Are IBM SCSI drives custom?

    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

    Florenjm105 pointsBadges:
  • Lotus/Domino Client Replication Monitoring

    We have a variety of databases (8, belonging to a CRM) replicating to users out in the field, so that they can do CRM tasks (i.e. Sales Calls) when offline or on an airplane. Is there any way of relatively easy way to monitor who is replicating what and when? We ultimately need to be able to...

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  • The most-watched IT questions this week: Feb. 16, 2010

    1. JHite ran into an Outlook 2003 display name issue for contact with multiple email, and XENOPHON22, Mrdenny and Carlosdl helped out. 2. Windows Server 2003 is giving a member some installation trouble, and MrDenny offers some advice. 3. Can you block Exchange 2007 admins from viewing other...

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  • Energy metrics for X-as-a-Service and cloud offerings?

    What, if any, metrics are software-as-a-service and storage-as-a-service vendors providing when it comes to electrical consumption? My company's "green" policies have some guidelines about our vendors, but outsourced IT seems to be a black box right now. Some companies, particularly storage...

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  • AS/400 Disaster Recovery – Restore Date preservation

    Is there a way to preserve an object's Restore Date (as seen when using the DSPOBJD command)?  Ex:  When conducting a Disaster Recovery test, we would prefer to retain the existing Restore Dates of our objects rather than having all objects updated with the Restore Date of our disaster recovery...

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  • Monitoring *aaS deployments for SLA requirements

    What are you using to monitor cloud/*aaS deployments to make sure vendors meet their SLA? Right now, we have a few SaaS applications deployed, and while uptime is somewhat easier to check, how do we determine latency fault and under-performance? Also, if we move into storage as a service, any...

    ITKE347,460 pointsBadges:

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