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High Availability for converged infrastructure in data centres

Data Center Architecture In data centers like Cisco's UCS (Unified Computing System), every server be it blade or rack-mount, is provisioned through a Service Profile. Just the way a SIM card holds an identity of a mobile phone, the Service Profil...

Migração de Storage com Storage Foundation, SEM Dor

Cena comum no departamento de TI de praticamente qualquer empresa: Precisamos comprar um novo Storage! Seja porque o Storage atual está próximo a ficar sem garantia, ou não suporta mais a performance dos ambientes a que serve, ou mesmo a necessidade ...

RAPHAEL_F_CARVA by Level 5
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Do you believe your DR will work in a case of a disaster?

As a Disaster Recovery and High-Availability Consultant, I've participated in several disaster recovery exercises, for different customers in different industries, most of them large financial institutions, that are severely regulated here in Brazil ...

RAPHAEL_F_CARVA by Level 5
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Passthru Mode - Verify if SRL Disk is faulty or not ?

I have faced Replication in Passthru mode twice, Once it happened at one of our client and then I faced it at my Internal office. Firstly I read in detail what is the root cause of replication to enter into Passthru mode. This is the summary of why t...

RLINK STATUS FAIL - FIX REPLICATION - IF NO CHECKPOINTS

REPLICATION ENVIRONMENT:   OS Version:        Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 5.3 (Tikanga) SF Version:         5.0 ======================================================================= Replication Status shows inconsistent and timestamp i...

Solution for following problems: Replication paused due to error (secondary log error) / vxprint Disk state FAILING / RVG DISABLED and FAIL / Rlink state PAUSE

REPLICATION ENVIRONMENT:   OS Version:        Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 5.3 (Tikanga) SF Version:         5.0   PROBLEM:   Replication Status: paused due to error (secondary log error) Disk State: State is FAILING in vxprint Replicatio...

Symantec solution to make Linux Data migration seamless

In the systems world, customers have use cases to migrate from AIX Operating System to Linux in their Enterprise or Mission Critical Data Center. The key challenge with such a migration is to move production data seamlessly with very minimal downtime...

VxDMP: A storage device manager

Typically any storage device is accessed using a specific protocol (IDE/SCSI) device driver. The device driver deals with mechanisms to access the device and sending commands to it using the transport mechanism provided by the underlying transport or...

Diskgroup types in UNIX and Windows

  There are quite a few disk group types and some are similarly named between UNIX and Windows, but have different meaning, so this article aims to clarify the different types which are as follows: Root/Boot disk group (rootdg) in UNIX is an optional...

mikebounds by Level 6
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Announcing the Agenda for SAMG Customer Forum 2012

We are excited to announce the agenda for the Storage and Availability Management Group (SAMG) Customer Forum 2012. We have only limited seats available for this highly technical event run by the engineers for the engineers. If you have not done alre...

Recovering From Failed vxevac

If you have ever evacuated disks in Veritas, every so often this will happen to hang.  Usually you terminate your session or who knows what.  It happens, you can't explain it, you move on.  vxtask list shows no tasks, but you get errors trying to rer...

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From CFS to Local VxFS, and Back Again

One of the really cool things about Storage Foundation Cluster File System (CFS) and Cluster Volume Manager (CVM) is that the on-disk formats they use are identical to those of regular VxFS and VxVM. You can go back and forth with no data conversion....

ScottK by Level 5
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