• How do you view replication properties for Active Directory partitions and Domain Controllers

    How do you view replication properties for Active Directory partitions and Domain Controllers

    Kanth45 pointsBadges:
  • USB Disk Initialization

    Can anyone give me some tips or software ideas of how to initialize an external hard drive attached by USB? I have had 2 occasions, one with a brand new HD and one with a HD taken out of an old computer where Disk Management will show the drive as "unknown, Not Initialized" and you get the error...

    ConFlicker210 pointsBadges:
  • Dual boot Windows XP Pro SP2 + Windows XP Pro SP3

    I have xp pro sp2 on one partion would like to try a slipstreamed xp3 on another

    Transchip5 pointsBadges:
  • SQL Server partitioning

    Hello Sir, i m creating a partition  as  use master go create database mypartpracdb214 on primary (name=db_dat, filename='c:partitionpracticedb.mdf',size=4mb), --filegroup fgi --(name=fgi_dat,filename='cpartitionpracticefgi.mdf',Size=2mb), filegroup fg2...

    Fhhdjfhjdhfjhjdfh135 pointsBadges:
  • Automatically boot up mac os x

    I have a new MacBook Pro running leopard OS.  I have partitioned part of the drive so i can run windows on my macbook.  i have since then deleted the windows partition. I am curious if their is a way to have my machine automatically boot up into mac instead of me having to hold the option (alt)...

    Tdfino5 pointsBadges:
  • Trigger a batch file on a Domino Partitioned server

    Is there a way to use a batch file to trigger agent manager without having the batch file try to set up a new partition on the server?

    klbg15 pointsBadges:
  • master boot record editting…..

    Hi I have 3 parition on my old application server(C 2GB fat32 dos os,D 15GB ntfs win server 2003 sp2 os,E 15GB ntfs). the first os is dos on C but I want to change the master boot record and win server 2003 becomes my first boot os and delete it and D becames the active partition.Is it...

    Aliyani265 pointsBadges:
  • partition layout for virtual machines

    We are looking to start to set up our VM's with the following harddrive layout to get ahead of paravirtulization. c: (0:0) d: (1:0) e: (2:0) etc. We are currently setting drives up like this: c: (0:0) d:(0:1) e:(0:2) I have found that the upgrade at the VM level is a hardware upgrade and a new scsi...

    Psnopik5 pointsBadges:
  • Windows Server 2003 partitioning

    I have a server with 4 cpu's on this server. One application states that for each CPU on the server, a license needs to be bought. How can I tie 1 CPU to that one particular application? How can this be done from an OS perspective or hardware configuration?

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  • Partition Creation Error

    When trying to create a partition on a logical drive I receive the following error message: 'The Operation was cancelled due to an Internal error' and the partition failed to create. I have tried deleting the array and recreating the logical drive but it failed to resolve the issue. I have run...

    Gmil15 pointsBadges:
  • how do i access the physical hardisk from the virtual machin

    if i given some part to the virtual machin & then i want to access the physical partition from the virtual machin what will be the procidure for that.

    Networkom5 pointsBadges:
  • Need to get exchange server working with windows server 2003

    A school has a exchange server and the server crashed. They reinstalled windows 2003 server std and now the need to get the exchange server working. All the data for exchange was on another partition. How can i get this data to work with the new installation of exchange? There is no backup.

    ITKE1,142,940 pointsBadges:
  • Please help with Windows ME external drive problem

    Thanks in advance for anyone who can help. I have looked for hours all over the internet for a similar problem but couldn't find anything like mine. I have two computers one running XP and one with ME. Recently I bought a SimpleTech 320gb usb external hard drive . I first had it formatted NTFS but...

    NortyNasty5 pointsBadges:
  • QDOC library

    We have a 525 with 4 partitions (2 prod and 2 dev). QDOC library appears 4 times with the following sizes: Partition A: Total size: 7360096256 Partition B: Total size: 3964818944 Partition C: Total size: 4665577984 Partition D: Total size: 4669765632 My question is: I deleted an object from the lib...

    JAC260 pointsBadges:
  • reassign the drives automatically withoput the use of the console

    We have a 525 with 2 tape drives. Our prod backups occur at 1:00 am to savfs and then at 5:00 am the savfs are put to tape Our dev backups occur at 12:00 am to savfs and then when we come in we use the HMC to manually reassign the drives to the 2 dev partitions and the we sav the savfs to tape. My...

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  • Partitioning Tables

    I have two tables taht are exactly the same (indexes fields etc) but in different schemas. The one is partitioned, and the other one is not.. Both tables have about 1000000 records. The partition table has 5 partitions with the follwing number of data per partition: P1 : 0 P2 : 271697 P3 : 1200172...

    MariaAndreou75 pointsBadges:
  • Access to an EMC SAN

    We are considering moving some apps from individual blades (a growing expense) to a partition of an existing, underused i520. One hang up is DASD, especially moving or reloading the terabytes of data currently held in our SAN. With the new partioning of an i5, especially when running an AIX, or...

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  • How to use partitioning in SQL Server database to avoid ‘timeout’ errors

    We have over 300 stores, and with each store having 30gb+ databases, each server is being upgraded to at least 6gb+ memory which is being forced allocated to SQL Server. I want to start to partition the existing SQL Server database by date. How do I go about doing it, because I have absolutely no...

    SQL Server Ask the Experts2,585 pointsBadges:

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