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comment How to run a scan on NAS system
I believe TreeSize needs shares to scan or drive letters, not just the high-level \\servername\ I'm sure you could script something if you really have that many to scan, though
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comment How to run a scan on NAS system
Check out the screenshots to see what kind of breakdowns are available: jam-software.com/treesize/screenshots.shtml
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comment How to run a scan on NAS system
I'm not sure of the layout of your NAS, never used a Celerra. From your updated question, it looks like you want to substitute the bare '/' for whatever is classed as the root for your file shares. E.G. 'find /usr/shares -name '*.exe' -ls' or whatever the correct path is for your deployment. I may be able to work it out if you do an 'ls -l /' and post the result
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comment How to run a scan on NAS system
Sorry, I wasn't clear. This should have been from a Windows host. I'm not sure if this is available at the console of your storage platform, but maybe try: find / -name '*.exe' -ls
Oct
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answered Is it possible to recover a deleted named.conf if named still running?
Oct
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comment Querying a DHCP server in C#
From the answers below, you have ARP, SNMP or the API. I guess you need to pick one now
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answered How to run a scan on NAS system
Oct
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comment What file system is better for a Linux mail server?
Opening mail folders could be due to indexes for your mail(box|dir|client). As for performance testing, from google.co.uk/… points to iozone cyberciti.biz/tips/…
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comment Is Internet routing (BGP) fully automated?
RIPE routing tables?
Oct
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comment What file system is better for a Linux mail server?
What makes you think that the filesystem is your bottleneck? "it's a bit slow sometimes" what exactly is slow?
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comment What would cause a Windows 2003 Small Business Server to lose a month of data?
Sounds the most logical explanation. Have you tried taking a look at the other disk in the old RAID set, you may find more recent data on that. Also, for what it's worth, I've known some cheaper RAID controllers to fail a disk, but provide no feedback about the event until a reboot. All but useless
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comment Exchange 2003 Webmail OWA - configuring the login page
Then, you need to contact the person who made the change surely? Get them to tell you what they did and get the change reverted?
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answered What does the “bypass” light on a Riverbed Steelhead 200 indicate?
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answered Exchange 2003 Webmail OWA - configuring the login page
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comment Where do I find error logs for Exchange 2010 Web Services
Do your IIS logs provide any further information?
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comment Fix for a mail account
2 records will be fine. As for if it's working, I have no idea - I can't test an address I don't know :)