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Jose Barreto has a new blog post covering the basics of the Distributed File System (DFS) in Windows Server 2008, which offers users simplified access to a set of file shares and helps administrators easily maintain the file server infrastructure behind those file shares, including options for load sharing, replication and site awareness.
This detailed post, including several screenshots and diagrams, is divided into a series of topics:
Check it out at http://blogs.technet.com/josebda/archive/2009/03/09/the-basics-of-the-windows-server-2008-distributed-file-system-dfs.aspx
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We know with windows server 2008, the 5000 limit have been lifted. My question is:
what limit has MS tested? What would
the impact be from putting millions of links in a DFS root?
What limit has MS tested? What would the impact be from putting millions of links in a DFS root?
Just learn something :D
Have a nice day.