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Category: Server 2012 R2

SRV 2012 R2, Event 157, Disk x has been surprise removed

OS:     Server 2012R2, English, Domain Controller Event:     157 Error:     Disk x has been surprise removed This is mostly due a Backup Software (Event Windows Backup) which uses VSS-Snapshot. There seems to be no file corruption or loss of Storage. In our case we had Windows Backup running and it was VSS disconnecting

Why Symantec losses all their long term BEXEC customer to Veeam and others

Today, let’s delve into the intricacies of the Bexec 2014 news that reverberated across the IT domain on September 7, 2014. The communication, shared directly with customers, shed light on critical insights regarding the trajectory of BEXEC 2012 XX and the compelling migration towards Veeam. For an in-depth understanding of the rationale behind this transition, […]

Exchange 2007/2010 is your Server fast or slow?

  Peformance Exchange 2007/2010 Servers, key values How to tell if an Exchange is slow or fast? TRANSACTION_LOG_DISK: LogicalDisk(*)\Avg. Disk sec/Read < 20ms TRANSACTION_LOG_DISK: LogicalDisk(*)\Avg. Disk sec/Write < 10ms TEMP_DISK: LogicalDisk(*)\Avg. Disk sec/Read < 10ms TEMP_DISK: LogicalDisk(*)\Avg. Disk sec/Write < 10ms MSExchangeIS\RPC Requests < 70 MSExchangeIS\RPC Averaged Latency < 25 MSExchangeIS\RPC Operations/sec MSExchangeIS\RPC Num. […]