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Zahid.Haseeb | 02 Apr 2010 | 0 comments

Environment

OS Win2003 R2
Veritas sfha 5.1
Exchange Server2003

Error

 (V-39-58645-260)


Resolution

Actually the error occured because the volume (which was created as a SRL volume) was created with "Max Size" was selected.

Important Link

http://seer.entsupport.symantec.com/docs/288867.htm

Kimberley | 19 Feb 2010 | 0 comments

We've completed the work to merge the existing Storage Management and Clustering & Replication communities into a single community area. Since Connect launched last March, a good number of the storage posts and content have spanned the two communities. We realize that this means that many of you have been tracking content from both areas, and hope that this improvement will make it easier and faster for you to find and share information about Storage and High Availability products.

So what's new?  A Storage & Clustering community that includes Storage Foundation, Storage Foundation for Windows, Cluster Server, Cluster Server One, CommandCentral, FileStore, Volume Replicator, and SFHA Management Tool product information, all in one community. How will this help you? You won't see duplicated content between the two communities. You won't have to go to two communities to view product forums. We will have technical expertise regarding Storage and High...

D Thomson | 08 Jan 2010 | 0 comments

Finding ways to substantially cut costs and complexity in an active, vibrant Data Centre is not easy. CIO’s have spent years trimming here and there and, to many, further demand from the business to reduce CAPEX/OPEX can seem like asking the impossible.

Nonetheless, significant additional reductions and effeciencies can be made possible where companies take a broader look at the way IT serves the business in a broad context. Key to this approach is the bringing together of “IT” and “Business” people in a combined effort to rationalise applications, processes, core infrastructure and operations. I have recently facilitated “IT/Business Alignment” workshops, forced both sides of the house to work together productively and have been amazed as to the opportunities that drop out of this exercise.  Well managed and facilitated workshops are a great way from stakeholders to express ideas, test theory and find “1+1=3...

Dev Roy | 04 Dec 2009 | 1 comment

Symantec Employees are well aware of DocCentral but many users / clients are not aware of that it is available and they can download User Guides, Admin Guides, Release Notes, Installation Guides, Mannual Pages etc for the various flavours of UNIX ( AIX, Solaris, HP-UX ), Linux and Windows for entire Storage Foundation product line.

Please find the link bellow for Storage Foundation DocCentral:
http://sfdoccentral.symantec.com

Regards,
Dev Roy.

Rishi Manocha | 10 Nov 2009 | 0 comments

Symantec is proud to announce the launch of Veritas Operations Services 2.0 (VOS 2.0). This release is a culmination of months of development based on customer feedback, and represents a significant step forward in the overall value that Veritas Storage Foundation, Veritas Storage Foundation for Windows and Veritas Cluster Server customers can expect to receive from VOS.

This underpinning of the release is an integrated customer experience which encompasses VOS services that customers have used for over two years. Below are key highlights of the release:

  • Updated look and feel of the site, reports, notifications, and search capabilities including a customizable dashboard
  • Increased visibility of vital information through integrated searches for patches, documentation, and UMI codes
  • Improved efficiency of data collection and reporting through an integrated data collector
  • Better data center coverage with increased  integration of...
Rick Stallcop | 26 Oct 2009 | 0 comments
Veritas Storage Foundation and High Availability Solutions 5.0.1 on HP-UX 11i v3 is now available
The product documentation is available at http://sfdoccentral.symantec.com
 
The Late Breaking News is available at http://support.veritas.com/docs/331560
 
Storage Foundation and High Availability Solutions 5.0 RU3 for IBM Power on Linux is now Available
Abdallah Alsaleh | 27 Aug 2009 | 0 comments

Hi,

I have Veritas Storage Foundation HA/DR with VVR option. I did all the installation, configuration, setup and replication when both main site servers and DR site server were located in one location with 100 Mb/s bandwidth.

Before moving the DR server to remote location, We decided to simulate the environment and changed the bandwidth into the real available bandwidth that will be in future (2 Mb/s).

There is no more than 3 GB daily changes at main site and we had no problem before applying (End of Day) patch that makes 1 GB changes in less than 5 minutes which caused the Veritas replicated volumes to hang despite the replication mode is Asynchcronous. When applying the same patch with 100 Mb/s bandwith we had no problem.

Veritas Storage Foundation version is 5 MP2 and the operating system is Linux RHEL 4 x64.

Regards,

Abdallah Alsaleh

Eileen | 28 Feb 2009 | 0 comments

Welcome to the new Symantec Connect and specifically to the Clustering and Replication Community. What a great opportunity to really build a vibrant and engaging community all about high availability and disaster recovery!

Now to introduce myself, I’m Eileen Allan, the new Clustering and Replication Community Manager. I’ll be managing and moderating the content for this area of Symantec Connect. Please feel free to drop me a note with your thoughts, ideas or suggestions. I’d be interested to learn what kind of information is important to you. What topics are of interest, or what problems are you trying to solve . . and by all means, let me know what you think of the new site.

Everyone is invited to participate and share technical knowledge and experience with the community. Take a few minutes to start a forum discussion or ask a question. Your expertise can help someone else in the community solve a problem. Why not write an article or a blog...