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  • Upgrading SQL Server 2000/2005 to 2008 with VMWare and EMC SANs

    Has anyone ever seen a White Paper on the best way to utilize features of both VMWare and EMC Symmetrix based SANs in a real-time or rapid batch based upgrade from SQL Server 2000/2005 to SQL Server 2008 with minimal downtime for application availability?

    SQL2K8Dude5 pointsBadges:
  • Tracking DMX storage allocation

    How are you tracking your storage allocations from your DMX to your servers? We began with the Excel-based design workbook that EMC delivers at the end of the installation engagement & that works up to a point. I've written code that loads the info into SQL & does some reporting on it, but...

    SANManJax300 pointsBadges:
  • Symmetrix – choosing permanent or dynamic spare

    I have a permanent spare and dynamic spares are available in the symmetrix array when a disk is going to fail the data available in the failed disk will be copied to permanent or dynamic spare? How the disk choose whether the data has to be copied to permanent or dynamic spare?

    Bobbyzsss20 pointsBadges:
  • ESX luns allocated on Symmetrix will not format.

    Recently we allocated Symmetrix space for an ESX cluster. Some of the LUNs format fine but one or two come up with an error message that says "unable to read partition information from this disk." All of the luns were exactly the same capacity. The ESX is currently attached to a Symmetrix array as...

    Emcsanman20 pointsBadges:
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