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May
17
comment Advice on off-site backup of Hyper-V Failover Cluster
Really depends on needs. Otherwise use anything with a small local atom server in the data center using DFR-R to sync down backups over the WAN. The good thing with DPM is that it allows restores, can make backups OFTEN (incremental), integrated with the MS stack (exchange, hyper-v etc.) AND has build in facilities for replication to another server. The pain somewhere else (money) has to get quite big to offset this ;)
May
17
answered Advice on off-site backup of Hyper-V Failover Cluster
May
17
comment Ideas for doing large-scale full-text search on high-insert MSSQL database
Depends. The server sounds ok, I would check data file latency... if that is goof, it definitely is good.The advangage of a Lucene.Net solution is that at the end you can put it into a SEPARATE server, increasing your processing budget quite a bit. If you turn off full text indexing... is the CPU usage ok? Also, does it catch up? If there IS a big backlog (created full text index) then it willtake time to create the index... the main question is what happens when the index is "current" with the updates...
May
17
answered Ideas for doing large-scale full-text search on high-insert MSSQL database
May
16
comment Windows Server 2003 Not Recognizing Memory
+1 for that being a very logical reason. Half a stick is an odd size otherwise - sticks normally fail TOTALLY. Worth a check.
May
16
comment Sql Server Limiting Access
You dont. There is a lot in Master even a guest NEEDS to work properly. The question is not whether he accessed mater, but whether you opened master access to thinks that are not normal operational use. Master is not a "database". It contains configuration information. For example, to see how many files his own database has - master is accessed.
May
16
answered Windows Server 2003 Not Recognizing Memory
May
16
comment Windows 2003 vs 2008 server. Any major drawbacks?
On top, 2008 actually deals with less memory better - so ;) You go the wrong direction. Just realize you possibly needmore than 1024mb ;)
May
10
answered I need to provision 30TB for a server. Does this process have anything to do with Logical Memory?
May
9
answered In AWS if I have my web server in zone us-east-1a and the database server in zone us-east-1b will that hurt performance?
May
9
comment GoDaddy virtual dedicated servers
But taht really is subjective. You dont give any hard evidence. I haver seen crap code tke a decent server to a standstill. How much slower than your local workstation are they?
May
9
comment GoDaddy virtual dedicated servers
How much DO you pa? It could be everything, from too small a server to severely stupid programming (like a database without indices). Seen both. Without context a sensible answer makes no sense.
May
9
comment GoDaddy virtual dedicated servers
Yeah. Virtual Dedicated is like vegetarian argentian beef steak. Does not add up.
May
9
comment VM provioning using SharePoint
Yes, right now the answer is "programming". ;)
May
9
comment How to make SQL Server 2008 redundant?
And hw will you real time replicate the SAN between daa centers? It wont work. You are cheaper busing enterprise edition than triying SAN replication.
May
9
comment SQL Server - Cluster vs Mirror for high availability?
Ah - no. It is one that requires scriptin, then it is one thing: automatic. That said, mirroring has serious advantages. They come with a price (twice storage), but they are there.
May
9
answered Exchange & MS SQL high availability
May
9
answered How to make SQL Server 2008 redundant?
May
8
comment With MS SQL Server mirroring, are indexes part of what is mirrored?
Being nit´picky to the OP. he is not pushing rows that change, put EXTENTS that change - database file blocks. Those are synchronized.
May
7
answered How to load-balance SQL Server 2008 for high-usage ASP.NET applications?