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accepted Determine who is opening a .PST file from a network drive on the local network?
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comment Determine who is opening a .PST file from a network drive on the local network?
@Chris Thorpe: Apparently the last time this issue occurred, it was from a user attempting to open a 3 MB .pst file. It's not a size issue.
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comment Determine who is opening a .PST file from a network drive on the local network?
Right on. Thanks for the clarification.
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comment Determine who is opening a .PST file from a network drive on the local network?
To be honest after asking the question here, I was concerned that maybe it belonged on Superuser (it still seems like a gray area). By the time I had posted it on Superuser there were replies to this thread.
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asked Determine who is opening a .PST file from a network drive on the local network?
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comment Recovering from Two Failed Drives in a Six-Drive Raid-5 Array
@Wayne Sheppard: importing the latest schema into team foundation server presently.
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comment Recovering from Two Failed Drives in a Six-Drive Raid-5 Array
@DLux: That's what I'm afraid of. We do have a contract with a government-grade data recovery specialist and we've dealt with them in the past, but they are extremely costly and don't promise anything. It's likely less expensive for me to do a rewrite than to send the drives in.
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comment Recovering from Two Failed Drives in a Six-Drive Raid-5 Array
Unfortunately the drives failed physically, and make a horrible clicking noise when attempting to boot.
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comment Recovering from Two Failed Drives in a Six-Drive Raid-5 Array
@joeqwerty, fortunately the on-site server does have a recent version of the database from which I'm able to restore. However, over the last month I've been developing on our local mirror and that was the only place my work resided. It looks like I'll just have to rewrite the SQL. At least I'll have an opportunity to refactor it.
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comment Recovering from Two Failed Drives in a Six-Drive Raid-5 Array
You've got me. SA said he's tried it in emergencies and it's worked occasionally.
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comment Recovering from Two Failed Drives in a Six-Drive Raid-5 Array
What an unfortunate twist of fate to lose two drives in one weekend. The server is designed to be an exact copy of the on-site server, though unfortunately this one is sans backup.