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comment BI Server raid/array configuration
I've read up on it, and technet has a best practice guide to sql servers. it says: Always place log files on RAID 1+0 (or RAID 1) disks. and it also says: Isolate log from data at the physical disk level. So my follow up question is, are you sure it would worsen? Right now, the logs and data is not physically split up, the 22 harddisks is just applied to the same raid 1+0. And the OS is not in a raid. Reference: technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc966534.aspx
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comment DFS - Initial Replication
What happens if you have a big gap in data, and you put one, lets say server2 as master server in the initial replication, and someone uploads a new file, to either server1 or server3, will it go to PreExisting, or will it actually handle it as a new file? Or can you only write to the master server in the initial replication process?
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answered Windows 2003 - DFS not replicating all the files?
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accepted Can not access DfsrPrivate
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comment Can not access DfsrPrivate
I figured it out, I can access the Dfsrprivate folder through the DFS program, under the namespace, when I click "Open in Explorer" thought, I cant open on the server on which I'm logged in. Only the two others.
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comment DFS - Initial Replication
Im thinking. Your setup and all, looks similiar. But, what server are you (after your initial replication) writing your images to? Do you write to the namespace? (I know the namespace is the virtual path to all X numbers of folders, in my case 3) So, if you write to the namespace, it only saves on one server, and then replicated to the other?
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comment DFS - Initial Replication
This was actually more about the initial replication process, what happens if files are written to the primary server while still in the initial replication process. I did a little test with out 1gb of files, one server had 600mb of files, the other had 800. I made the 800mb server the primary and started replication. Once the second server picked up the replication (Had replicated about 100mb of data) I c/p a folder consisting of data equal to 200mb to the primary server, and it was replicated just fine.. I guess it somehow answers my question.
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asked DFS - Initial Replication
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comment Can not access DfsrPrivate
I've asked the domain admin to change rights, so a specific usergroup and I, got full rights over the DfsrPrivate folder, though, i still cant open the folder, permission denied.. It says its "Domain Bases in Windows 2000 Server mode" could that be the reason?
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