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new discussion 24 Apr 2014
Hi,   I would like to know if both the servers are located in the same VLAN. It required open ftp port in firewall.
updated discussion 24 Apr 2014
Our organization (Central Bank of Bangladesh)  is a corporate client of Symantec net backup 7.5. Syamnetc offer different courses on different time schedule at different country . But we need a continious  schedule(15 or 20 days) on  symantec offered courses (i.e Symanetc Netbackup 7.5 for windows or Linux, Maintenance & Trouble shooting , Advance administration, ...
updated blog entry 24 Apr 2014
Cyber attacks are headline news everywhere we look, highlighting companies that have been brought to their knees by such assaults, while independent organisations like the World Economic Forum and Lloyds are publishing business risk registers where Cyber Risk is now in the top 10 (Lloyds Risk Register has it at number 3). It’s this type of daily bombardment that is putting Cyber top of mind. ...
updated discussion 24 Apr 2014
Hi Friends I there any command available by using which I can Identify the VM host is connected to Which vCenter? I have only access to Master and Media Server, No Access to Client is available.   Please let me know in case it is feasible.  
updated discussion 24 Apr 2014
Dear All, I am doing a a restore testing for restore DB from Oracle RAC environment to another oracle db server. The oracle spfile is exported from RAC and imported to testing db server. But still cannot restore the DB to testing server. The following information are the command and error message: RMAN> set dbid=1753225269   executing command: SET DBID   RMAN> run { set controlfile ...