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January, 2008

  • IRPStackSize and Clusters.

    What is IRPStackSize? IRPStackSize stands for I/O Request Packets (IRPs) Stack Size. The count of IRP stack locations used by default for AFD (Ancillary function driver). Specifies how many stack locations the Server service (srv.sys) establishes for...
  • 10 Cool new things to look forward to in Failover Clustering in Windows 2008

    10. Improved maintenance mode for disk resources. Need to take a snapshot of a disk or run chkdsk? Now the cluster will allow you to keep the resource online but unavailable for client use. What this means? No more downtime or reboots to do disk maintenance...
  • We Are Hiring!!

    At Microsoft, we're working toward a future where everyone's potential can be fulfilled. What about yours? We offer opportunities around the world to make an impact with the next generation of technology we're building today. We invite you to explore...
  • The Blog Backlog

    While we try to provide you with information we feel is valuable, it is impossible for us to cover everything. So we wanted to share a list of some of the other blogs that we read on a daily basis. Data Protection Manager specific blog Blogs from our...