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Disk Organization Schemes

by Suzanne42 / November 14, 2010 1:02 AM PST

Firstly, I want to know what are disk organization schemes. I can't find examples on Google,what should be part of such a scheme? Seconly, how do I use IAMPD? I downloaded the source code but how do I expand it & wat is a tarball? I need help ASAP, anyone with knowledge of these matters here?

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What is IAMPD?
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / November 14, 2010 1:09 AM PST

You may have to tell a little more.

My organizing varies with the content. For my pictures these are in my pictures folder with a folder for each year and inside that year is a folder for each month. If there is a special event, I put a folder in the year folder for that event.

For my CDs I have a folder for my CDs and each folder is the CD content. Since I own about 100 CDs, that's all of 100 folders in my CD folder.

Easy to keep track of and backup a copy.
Bob

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Disk Organization Schemes
by Suzanne42 / November 14, 2010 9:43 AM PST
In reply to: What is IAMPD?

My context is design a disk organization scheme(diagram) for a company which addresses issues like storage space,performance, user organization,backup practices, redundancy. I have been asked to use RAID 0(Stripping) or RAID1(mirroring) techniques for this. I am utterly clueless what to do, help would be greatly appreciated.

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There are companies that do that.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / November 14, 2010 2:23 PM PST

SUN (now Oracle), Dell, HP and others design Enterprise storage systems. If you played your cards right they might write up a proposal.

As there is plenty of web content on RAID I don't duplicate that here.

But there is a fault I find with many company systems. Many still have no backup or some one lulled them into thinking RAID made backup optional. Tell that to companies that had their servers underwater.

--> Research what they call the Disaster Plan. If your company can't get back from the server vanishing then the plan is not ready.
Bob

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