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  • Estimate SQL Server tempdb space for a query

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  • I’ve been hacked — I think….

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  • RPG/400 – Reduce Manual Intervention

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  • Automated backup of IFS to tape

    What command would I use to write an IFS file to tape and delete it on a daily basis?

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  • server

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    Rajarani10 pointsBadges:
  • pen drive error

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    6r1,520 pointsBadges:
  • DRP testing – cannot restore full backup on the DRP machine (IFS fails to restore)

    I have taken a full backup with the go system command , option 21 and there were no errors. When I sent my tape over to our Central Office to be restored on the DRP machine , the DRP person says that the IFS fails to restore. This has happened twice with 2 different tapes. What could the problem be...

    Alanyegambaram15 pointsBadges:
  • DSPTAP DEV(TAP01) OUTPUT(*PRINT)

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    Chrisjam95 pointsBadges:
  • How to rebuild RAID without obstructing data migration?

    I see why RAID rebuilds obstruct data migration. A RAID rebuild is NOT like backup and restore. The rebuild consumes resources, e.g. CPU etc. So if we have the RAID on a separate system (managed by its own CPU) then: Surely this allows a RAID rebuild without obstructing data migration? Do you...

    SearchStorageATE215 pointsBadges:
  • Half duplex vs full duplex

    Recently the application running on one of our clusters had problems when some of the servers had problems accessing the NFS storage. The analysis showed there to be a mismatch between the QFE interfaces and the network protocol. The QFEs were operating at half duplex while the network was...

    Kechild5 pointsBadges:
  • Backing up Windows event logs

    Hi, Could someone show me official Microsoft documentation that shows whether or not Windows 2003 ntbackup (or 2008 backup) is able to backup and restore Windows event log files. I know that if you try and backup the .evt files directly (C:\WINDOWS\system32\config) that ntbackup will silently skip...

    Notanic25 pointsBadges:
  • Storage Career Info. needed

    Hi this is vishal...I am currently working as product support engineer for emc symmetrix storge box with experience of approx 18 months..... my job profile is to remotely trouble shoot the storage drives or director related issues... basically its a L1 technical support i want to move towards...

    Wipvish10 pointsBadges:
  • NDMP restores are SOMETIMES corrupt

    Backup of Celera filesystem containing files compressed with "compress" using CommVault Galaxy is "OK". Selective restores from these backups can be problematic. Full restore works A-OK but just a FEW files MAY or MAY NOT work. Corrupt files are identical when restored.

    byther20065 pointsBadges:
  • “Ghost” file/s in SMTP mailbox

    The Backup Exec (V10)on our Exchange 2003 server has been reporting each morning that the overnight backup has failed due to some 54 e-mail items being skipped i.e. :- Backed up 351271 mail messages in 3988 folders in 100 mailbox(es) 8 corrupt files were backed up 54 items were skipped. Processed...

    Farnaby10 pointsBadges:
  • Logical Partition Windows Server 2003

    Hi I am using windows server 2003 standard edition,with three RAID DISKS and I created RAID 0,with capacity totalling to 408 GB,now I want to create a partition.I can't get it right, need help

    Ximba110 pointsBadges:

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