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Creative web entrepreneur, CEO at Scolab.com. Working full time on educational projects like BuzzMath.com, Netmaths.net (French), GraphingStories.com.


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comment Is it good practice to use NTFS Compression on IIS Log folders?
Exactly the answer I was looking for, @peter-hahndorf!
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comment Is it good practice to use NTFS Compression on IIS Log folders?
Moving is adding another process that can fail. I was trying to KISS.
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comment Is it good practice to use NTFS Compression on IIS Log folders?
This answer is anecdotal and fun but I'm looking for more facts. I'm looking at specifics, like if IIS flush logs every X minutes and if it needs to read the whole file just to add one line.
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comment Difference of VSS Full Backup and VSS Copy Backup in Windows Server 2008
I see, but after testing it does seem to do incremental backup. The first backup is 600GB and the next one is 2GB.
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comment Difference of VSS Full Backup and VSS Copy Backup in Windows Server 2008
I understand why vssCopy is used when other backup programs are used. But why "A copy backup cannot be used for incremental or differential backups or restores."? technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc742130(WS.10).aspx
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comment Cheap virtualization: raid vs no raid for performance
Dave, to me it look like this: 1xRaid10 with 10 HD with 5VM will try to separate the bandwith equaly between the 5 VMs and will allow burst. 5xRaid1 with 2 HD will absolutely separate the bandwith equaly without allowing burst, but is less prone to bandwith problem. Do you see other properties?
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comment Cheap virtualization: raid vs no raid for performance
B. Riley: This seems to go contrary to what Microsoft is suggesting: microsoft.com/whdc/system/sysperf/Perf_tun_srv-R2.mspx "Placing VMs with highly disk-intensive workloads on different physical disks will likely improve overall performance. For example, if four VMs share a single disk and actively use it, each VM can yield only 25 percent of the bandwidth of that disk."