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Danny G Smith <[log in to unmask]>
Wed, 7 Jul 2004 09:59:11 -0500
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I assume you mean more than one controller card in one server, and if so
that is not a problem,  you just need enough irq's, etc.  I have two or
three in my computer now, so that I can have different speed devices.


Jerrod Howard wrote:

>OK, I will finally be able to rebuild the Imaging1 array into a more
>manageable setup, but I want to be able to move all the data off of it to
>Imaging5 for protection before I resize and combine arrays. Besides network
>transfers (at 500gig that will take awhile), can I utilize the U320 SCSI
>cards in a peer-to-peer fashion for a quicker (and more stable) file
>transfer? Both server have the U320 external connectors and I have the
>cable, but I've never heard of setting up a connection like this before. Any
>ideas as to feasibility or other ideas to move 500gig in less than a few
>days via gigabit? I have a tape backup, but it would mean me setting up new
>profiles and messing with Veritas which is running pretty well for now and I
>don't want to mess with a good thing heh. Thanks all.
>Jerrod Howard
>OMRF Imaging Facility
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Jon Hamm [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
>Sent: Wednesday, June 30, 2004 2:59 PM
>To: [log in to unmask]
>Subject: Behind the Technology
>For grins and giggles...
>The file is over 40MB and was encoded at 750k, so I recommend saving the
>file and playing it rather than streaming it.
>Jon Hamm
>Information Technology
>Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation
>(405) 271-7097 (office)
>(405) 570-5031 (cell)
>(405) 271-3541 (fax)

Danny G Smith

Crystallography Core Computer Manager / Sr UNIX Sys Adm
Crystallography Dept Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation
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