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What should I do when I meet the message "Backed up volume disk quota" while Disaster recovery Backup takes place?

Answer  I have backed up the system with "BrightStor ARCserve Backup r 11.1", and it took more time than I estimated. then I checked the log of Backup, and I found the message "Backed up volume disk quota." I think this is the reason it took a lot of time. Then I wanna know if there is the way that soluti...

Last updated: May 13, 2008   1:56 PM GMT   |    Backup, Backup and Recovery, BrightStor ARCserve Backup
Cisco 1841 NTP configuration and sync

Answer  Hi, I have configured a cisco 1841 to sync with a ntp server. after entering the ntp command, show ntp status says that it is not yet synchronized but on show clock details shows that it is already configured based on the ntp server. These are the result of show commands and the running config sho...

Last updated: Jun 5, 2012   3:36 AM GMT   |    Cisco 1841, NTP Configuration
Information is so easy to get butis it credible?

Blog  Without the fast amount of information it makes available, the internet would have been of a limited use. The quest for information is what drives the rapid growth of the internet, the phenomenal growth of companies such as Google and Facebook is largely attributed to these companies ability to prov...

Last updated: Jun 29, 2011   4:12 AM GMT  |  Blog: IT Project Management   |      Project management
Bad business: What's wrong with this sentence?

Blog  What's wrong with the following sentence? ROI conflicts with the triple bottom line, so the business sometimes neglects it. Can you tell what the owners are neglecting in that sentence? Are you sure? What if we put it in the opposite order? Is it any clearer if we say "The triple bottom line...

Last updated: May 10, 2012   2:18 PM GMT  |  Blog: Writing for Business
And You Thought your Computer was Fast

Blog  It looks like there is a new king when it comes to the world's fast computer. Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) just deployed a computer called Titan that claims to be able to do 20,000 trillion calculations per second. I don't know about you, but that blows my mind. If you are having trouble com...

Last updated: Nov 1, 2012   0:06 AM GMT  |  Blog: Can you hear me now? Tales from a Cisco voice instructor
Overheard - Computer hardware visual reference

Blog   "This idea grew out of the need of a visual aid for customers while I worked at CompUSA." Sonic84, Artist's comments Today we're featuring Sonic84's excellent fast reference chart for hardware. He's created an illustrated cheatsheet for RAM, hard drives, ports, slots and connectors. Sonic...

Last updated: Jul 20, 2009   3:31 PM GMT  |  Blog: Word of the Day: Tech Definitions from WhatIs.com
Free Chapter - Hardening a SQL Server implementation

Answer  Another free chapter download is available on the IT Bookworm Blog. Written by: Ross Mistry and Hilary Cotter Book: Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Management and Administration. Overview: If you need to deploy, manage, or secure Microsoft SQL Server 2008, this is the complete, fast-paced, task-based...

Last updated: Apr 23, 2009   3:24 PM GMT   |    Database security, Free Chapters, Sams Publishing
Technology Strategy Board - Trusted Services Competition

Blog  The Technology Strategy Board has allocated up to 8m to invest in highly innovative collaborative research and development projects in the area of trusted services. The tools, techniques and services developed will accelerate the deployment of secure and trustworthy information systems, within Di...

Last updated: Apr 7, 2010   11:25 AM GMT  |  Blog: Identity, Privacy and Trust   |      politics, privacy, Projects
JSR107: The New JCache Caching Standard

Blog  JCache, being specified in JSR107, provides a common way for Java programs to interact with caches. Terracotta has played the leading role in JSR107 development, acting as specification lead, and final approval is expected later this year. BigMemory, Terracottas flagship product for managing big,...

Last updated: Oct 10, 2013   1:56 PM GMT  |  Blog: Terracotta's Real-Time Big Data Blog   |      Big Data, Big Fast Data, BigMemory
Solving the IOPS problem

Blog  In a recent article, Jeff Boles broaches a subject thats probably at the forefront of many storage meetings that VARs have with their clients: storage performance. Most users can tell when theyre out of capacity, but solving a performance problem is not so clear-cut. This is due in part to the...

Last updated: Aug 1, 2011   3:18 PM GMT  |  Blog: Storage Channel Pipeline
data management platform (DMP)

Blog  A data management platform (DMP), also referred to as a unified data management platform (UDMP), is a centralized system for collecting and analyzing large sets of data originating from disparate sources. Continued... Quote of the Day "Smart data management systems that integrate machine learning a...

Last updated: Apr 12, 2018   3:51 PM GMT  |  Blog: Word of the Day: Tech Definitions from WhatIs.com
MongoDB, the easy way to try out NoSQL - Part 1

Blog  MongoDB, the NoSQL favourite - Part 1 MongoDB seems to be the favourite choice when NoSQL is considered - mainly due to it being simple and more close to object oriented concepts and relational database usage. MongoDB aims to bridge the gap between key-value stores (which are fast and highly scalabl...

Last updated: Nov 9, 2010   5:19 PM GMT  |  Blog: Enterprise IT Consultant Views on Technologies and Trends
Fast, Real Fast Wireless

Blog  Over the years the speed of wireless networking has increased. I remember when it maxed out at 11 Mbps and it served most everyone just fine. Many wired connections were still running 10 Mbps, so no one really noticed. Then 100 Mbps wired connections starting becoming popular and all of the sudden w...

Last updated: May 20, 2012   10:00 PM GMT  |  Blog: Can you hear me now? Tales from a Cisco voice instructor
Making Music With Floppy Disk Drives

Blog  So it turns out making music with floppy disk drives is a thing. Who knew? Reportedly developed in 2007, the process now has a whole group of people who use from four to 40 floppy disk drives to create music by telling the read/write head on the drive to go back and forth at the frequency described...

Last updated: Mar 26, 2014   4:51 AM GMT  |  Blog: Yottabytes: Storage and Disaster Recovery
Using MS Search Effectively

Blog  Because I work as a writer, I often find myself looking for specific references in my previous work. This means I appreciate search tools that offer fast, easy access to document contents, not just filenames. In perusing a TenForums post recently, I learned that Win10's built-in search function offe...

Last updated: Aug 1, 2017   4:11 PM GMT  |  Blog: Windows Enterprise Desktop   |      Search Indexing, Windows 10, Windows Search
Regarding Bandwidth Caps

Blog  So here's a common thing you guys would have seen over the past few years. ISPs enforcing bandwidth caps. This is becoming more and more prevalent in industry despite the fact that customers are requiring more and more data. Now I'm not referring to the speed (although that is an issue for some as w...

Last updated: Apr 29, 2009   4:46 PM GMT  |  Blog: The musings of an IT Consultant
Be part of our Ask the Experts revival!

Blog  Years ago, we at SearchExchange.com -- as well as several other TechTarget sites -- had a very helpful and informational Ask the Expert program. For various reasons, we were forced to move away from it. Fast forward to today and we've been slowly, yet steadily building the program back up. We've go...

Last updated: Jan 11, 2013   4:38 PM GMT  |  Blog: The Microsoft Messaging Exchange
Microsoft URL Rewrite Module 1.1 for IIS 7

Blog  URL rewrite module provides a rule-based rewriting mechanism for changing requested URLs before they get processed by web server. The Microsoft URL Rewrite Module 1.1 for IIS 7 provides flexible rules-based rewrite engine that can be used to perform broad spectrum of URL manipulation tasks, i...

Last updated: Nov 29, 2009   6:39 PM GMT  |  Blog: Network Administrator Knowledgebase
Installing Suricata on FreeBSD - Part 2

Blog  With everything in place you can now start suricata. [code]suricata -c /usr/local/etc/suricata.yaml -i em0[/code] Got a good start. [code]70 rule files processed. 7977 rules succesfully loaded, 5 rules failed[/code] Here is the 5 that did not load, I only added the emerging threats rules not the...

Last updated: Feb 22, 2010   4:55 AM GMT  |  Blog: Irregular Expressions
Global, Load-Balanced Redundant Weather

Blog  I remember long ago, in an unlikely setting for a bleeding-edge test-labs an old winery surrounded by vines where the only blood came from crushed grapes yes, my old French test labs, where we created the worlds first globally load-balanced, server/content distribution system. OK, ...

Last updated: Nov 9, 2018   2:20 PM GMT  |  Blog: Networks Generation   |      Uncategorized
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