• iSeries backup encryption on LT04?

    Hi, We are looking to encrypt our backups and having looked about it appears that using a fibre attached LT04 in the tape library where the encryption is done at hardware level would be the best /cheapest option. It is the best option for us as it also says that no software is required, however...

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  • Vault Drives in Navisphere

    On a Clariion CX-500, my Vault drives host Raid Group 1.  Do any of the luns in this raid group contain vault storage or is that part hidden from Navisphere?  I am going to do some cleanup in the san and want to be sure vault information is safe.  I can't imagine it being otherwise, but want...

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  • Moving Distribution database from an instance to antother does increase performance ?

    The Publisher database is in use by nearly 300 users with a trafic of about 340trans/sec. After adding replicas with a [strong]push[/strong] subscription (transaction replication with queue mngmt) to 1 subscriber (15 users) the CPU need on the server moved from 25% to about 55% and I can see some...

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  • Adding Storing Files to VB Resources

    Does anyone know how to add a file to VB Resource that can hold other files.  Iknow how to add files to the VB Resource, what I'm looking for is how to store and or load a file insside the VB Resource that will allow me to store files inside that added file. I have many file inside my VB Resources...

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  • Lost QSECOFR Password and DST QSECOFR is disabled.

    I have a 170 at V5R1 and I have lost the QSECOFR password, and the DST QSECOFR has been disabled. I do have access to other DST profiles and can access SST, which allow me to modify the MI code if I wish. Anybody have any suggestions as to how I can regain access to this box, in any way, without...

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  • how to omit some libraries?

    when we are taking backup using BRMS, i want to omit some of the libraries when we r taking backup for *allusr libraries. please provide the solution.. thanks in advance

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  • Expiring tapes from a dead AS/400

    We have a problem with BRMS tape - system ownership. We have multiple tape volumes owned by a system that is no longer functional and is effectively gone. How can we expire the tapes that are owned by the dead system.?

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  • dasd vs asp?

    is the relation between DASD and ASP?

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  • The most-watched IT questions this week: March 9, 2010

    1. A member asks how they can apply GPOs to non-domain computers to make sure they don’t get on the corporate domain, and MrDenny, Technochic, Denwood, and SiThu help with a solution. 2. A member asks about business intelligence in a cloud environment. 3. A SQL Server reader asks how to monitor...

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  • CHKEXPBRM process being ignored with parallel saves

    We have a Backup Control Group that requires the CHKEXPBRM process to cancel the Backup if the required amount of media is not present. If the Backup Control Group attribute is set to Parallel Devices *NONE, the Backup Job will issue error BRMS1931 and threfore can be cancelled using System Reply...

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  • Rebuild my RAID controller?

    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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  • IBMX3400 error

    I have an ibm x3400 system and a large amount of data on it the array is rebulding becouse of a power failure and the system doesn't boot up anymore why can't I make a linux repair while rebuilding

    Picmic5 pointsBadges:
  • understanding the letters, numbers and abbreviations of card slots and mobo circuit routing

    where can i get a diagram and deffinition of the lettering and abreaviations for card slots on the mobo and also what the circuit routing numbers/letters mean or what they go to. THANK YOU!

    Mattie277910 pointsBadges:
  • 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...

    Britinga425 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?

    SearchEnterpriseWAN1,080 pointsBadges:
  • 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...

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  • 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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