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Old 08-12-2010, 02:10 AM   #1
chandu.bezawada
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I have some doubts on Storage system


hi to all
i have doubts regarding storage
if any body related to storage please reply me

How to configure the Events of Storage Proccessor?
What are performence issues will come daily in a critical production server?
What are first steps for disk performence Check?
What are first steps for Storage Proccessor performence Check?
What are first steps for MetaLUN performence Check?

regards
chandu
 
Old 08-12-2010, 09:47 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by chandu.bezawada View Post
hi to all
i have doubts regarding storage
if any body related to storage please reply me

How to configure the Events of Storage Proccessor?
What are performence issues will come daily in a critical production server?
What are first steps for disk performence Check?
What are first steps for Storage Proccessor performence Check?
What are first steps for MetaLUN performence Check?

regards
chandu
Look up the word "question" and look up the word "doubt"....they don't mean the same things.

And if you'd like information, provide details. What version/distro of Linux? What kind of "storage system"?? Your questions are fairly vague, and the answers will depend on what's devices are attached. Checking SAN volumes is far different than checking iSCSI, versus plain SATA drives. iostat and sysstat are commands to do basic IO checking.
 
Old 08-12-2010, 10:37 AM   #3
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What gets me is the similarities of some of these questions... I am suspicious that these questions don't seem "natural"... tho last time I checked most schools/colleges/universities are either out or just starting new years now... so I am wondering how such questions were formed in the first place. I would say however, fundamentally, when ever the word storage comes up in regards to data, the words "ensure is backed up" come automatically to my head... after all I am in a job where I have seen expensive SANs just fail and seen basic raids fall over... fundamentally back-ups by their nature are just sensible... and the more important the data you are on about, the more back-ups you should have in place.
 
  


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