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Exercise 1: Consider Windows Server 2003 Fault-Tolerant Volumes
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Review the information in Lesson 4 to consider how you could best configure faulttolerant servers using Windows Server 2003 dynamic volumes. Use the Practice in Lesson 4 as a reminder of how various types of volumes can be configured to support fault tolerance. Consider the challenges related to IDE drives. If the operating system is installed on a mirrored IDE drive and the primary drive fails, you must reconfigure the secondary drive s jumpers or cable position, and ensure it is attached to the primary IDE channel. With that in mind, you decide that a more robust configuration would utilize two SCSI controllers with one copy of the mirror as the first disk on each SCSI chain. That configuration would enable rapid recovery not only from a single drive failure, but from the failure of one of the SCSI controllers as well. Now consider the performance and capacity effect of Windows Server 2003 RAID. Consider the amount of time that will be required to recover if a drive fails downing the server, replacing the drive, restarting the server and the amount of time it will take to regenerate a missing volume.
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Exercise 2: Consider Hardware RAID
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With all those thoughts in mind, you decide to examine hardware RAID as an option. What advantages does hardware RAID provide See Lesson 4 for some of the answers. Open Internet Explorer and browse to the Web site(s) of one or more computer hardware and supply vendors. Search their sites for RAID arrays. You will find RAID arrays, which include disk drives, and RAID controllers and RAID enclosures, to which you must add drives. Focus on the ready-to-go RAID arrays and answer the following questions:
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Managing Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Disk Storage
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What are some of the vendors of hardware RAID arrays
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What RAID configurations do the hardware RAID arrays implement Are there configurations that Windows Server 2003 does not support
What is the price range for a hardware RAID array
What do some entry-level RAID arrays cost
At the time of this writing, hardware RAID solutions offering 720 GB of storage that s closer to a terabyte than to the size of any single drive in most servers can be purchased for less than $3,000. How would you position the value of hardware RAID to your manager Would you recommend hardware RAID over Windows Server 2003 RAID Why or why not
Troubleshooting Lab
You are a server administrator for Contoso, Ltd. You inherited a server from a previous administrator that contains numerous internal SCSI disk drives. You open the Disk Management console to determine the configuration of those drives and their volumes. The configuration is shown in the following graphic.
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The weather forecast calls for a brutal storm to move into the city early tomorrow morning. To play it safe, you start a backup of your server on your way out the door. The storm is quite strong, forcing businesses, including yours, to be closed for several days. Electricity is lost to Contoso s building and, eventually, the batteries in your uninterruptible power supplies (UPSs) are drained, causing power to your servers to be completely lost. During the first few hours in which electricity is restored, several power fluctuations and surges are experienced. When you return to the server room, you boot the servers. Your server indicates errors, and you open Disk Management to see the following, frightening graphical view of your disks and volumes:
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Two drives have failed in the server. One contained a mirror of the operating system volume. The other contained several volume types, including portions of a spanned, a striped, and a RAID-5 volume. You have an 80-GB drive, still in its box. You shut down the server and remove the two failed drives. After inserting the new disk, you reboot the server.
Exercise
Take a moment, on a separate piece of paper, to plot the steps that will be required to recover the data on each volume that was lost. Be thorough. Include the steps required to clean up the missing disks and volumes as well as install, configure, and replace data on the new disk. When you are confident that you have as comprehensive a list of steps as possible, compare your answer to the answer provided. The components of recovery will include the following: 1. Log on to the system. 2. Finish installing the new disk drive. Follow any instructions presented by the Found New Hardware Wizard. If the Found New Hardware Wizard does not appear, check Device Manager to see if the disks installed automatically and silently. If the disks do not appear, use Add Hardware to install the disks. 3. Open Disk Management.
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