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SSDs are gaining popularity in enterprise SAN applications. There is one company that sells only SSD SANs. They claim each node delivers 50,000 IOPS and up to 24TB per node. Sounds cool but I am sure it is expensive. I think it only supports 10G networks too.
I just ordered parts for a PC and I put in two SSDs (OS and VMs) and one 3TB SATA for data and backups.
I wonder how much of a performance hit SSDs take when in a RAID5 config.
If you had a place to back up the date first, add a drive to the RAID, do a rebuild if necessary and then restore your backup, that would be an option. But jflynn is correct, higher end controllers will allow you to add drives to the array. Do some research on your controller to see if you can do th...
Unfortunately, the RAID would have to be rebuilt everytime you add a disk.
http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/27272 ... raid-array
Personally, I wouldn't use SSD's for backups. I'd stick with large SATA drives for that and keep the SSDs for when performance matters.
If your NAS device allows it, you could switch to RAID6 and that two drive failure would have been no big deal.
There is also a regedit for autologin: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/315231 Keep in mind that the password is in plaintext in the reg key. There are a bunch of Group Policy settings you can enable that will lock the desktop down in the event you get a savvy user. You will probably want to force IE...
It's a possibility and cheap to check. I had some machines a while back that had dead CMOS batteries. I don't remember their symptoms but I do remember them behaving oddly. Switched out the battery and they were fine.
If you talk about connected to my network 2 laptops 1 iPod 1 Galaxy tablet 2 Galaxy S2 phones 1 printer 1 Samsung Smart TV 1 Kindle Fire 1 Wii 2 Samsung Smart Blu-Ray players Everything wireless except one of the Blu-Ray players. Needless to say I recently had to upgrade my router. If I had it my wa...
Does anything get displayed? Do you see any of the intial boot up stuff before Windows starts to load or does it crap out after Windows startup begin? If you see nothing at all then I would lean more towards your monitor or cabling. If you see the POST messages but it then dies once Windows starts u...
The group policy settings above will only affect Internet Explorer unfortunately. For Chrome you may need to look at this link:
http://support.google.com/chrome/a/bin/ ... er=1289314
For Firefox there may be another method and would require some research.
Is there a reason why you are running HiJack This? I've seen some malware do this. Can you save the log file to another location?
You could try it if you could pick one up relatively cheap but I have the feeling it won't work.
From what I can tell this is just a disk shelf, you would need the controller unit to do anything useful with it. This is also fiber channel. I would assume you would connect this to the controller via fiber through the PRI port, the EXP port would be to daisy chain another disk shelf to it. The rea...
although are we going to have to re register? No, you won't have to re-register. I will make sure all of the data from the current Ozzu is imported into the new system correctly so that user's don't lose anything and will still be able to have their same account. What about those of us who would ra...