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Implementing Microsoft iSCSI Initiator Policies & Multi Pathing


Implementing Microsoft iSCSI Initiator Policies & Multi Pathing

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Perry Whittle
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Great article! This is the type of information that DBA's should learn. Knowing that your DB Server is connected to a SAN / NAS system shouldn't be the limit of your knowledge. You should have at least rudimentary knowledge of the underlying connectivity and infrastructure - whether it's FCP, iSCSI, FCoE, etc.
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Great article! This is the type of information that DBA's should learn. Knowing that your DB Server is connected to a SAN / NAS system shouldn't be the limit of your knowledge. You should have at least rudimentary knowledge of the underlying connectivity and infrastructure - whether it's FCP, iSCSI, FCoE, etc.

i agree with you 110% ;-)

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Thanks, good article.
And to echo you both, definitely something DBA's should know.
Helps that I find it an interesting area :-)
Perry Whittle
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Thanks for the feedback

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