Monthly Archives: September 2011

Managing Storage Strategy – Exchange 2010

My favorite points considering planning / deploying for Exchange 2010 storage design.  Storage capacity of the HDD are getting increased by ages The RPM/IOPS are somewhat still constant or an average to result performance You need to look at the … Continue reading

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CAS connection scalability between Exchange 2007 & 2010

Exchange 2007 With Exchange Server 2003 we were limited by kernel memory and that affected our scale.  With Exchange Server 2007 and a 64-bit operating system, we discovered that the OS and application had other bottlenecks that prevented our scalability … Continue reading

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Disciple of Jesus…the field is the world…the field is the world….!

It often comes in my heart…a great pending work to be done…my excuses Ahh…I feel hurt for not having the zeal like a burning fire, don’t remember when was the last time I preached the Gospel (Good News)…! I want … Continue reading

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Scenarios : Start / Stop DagServerMaintenance.ps1 Exchange 2010

“StartDagServerMaintenance.ps1 and StopDagServerMaintenance.ps1” Above scripts is used to take a DAG member out of service for maintenance. It will move active databases off of the server and block databases from moving to that server. It will also make sure all … Continue reading

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