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This is kind of a strange question but is going to sleep a common thing that servers do in large server farms? Would it be less likely in a vitualized server?
Just a reminder that today at 2 pm EST (19:00 GMT), HP is hosting a live webcast with Roger Barlow, Product Marketing Manager at Hewlett-Packard Company. Barlow will be discussing "new management technology that can help your organization overcome the monitoring challenges of virtualized business...
Can we use ECC6.0 QA & Dev on SATA HDD in Virtualized Enviornment?