WIN2K


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WIN2KWindows 2000
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Files affected by Win2K.Int include those with the filename extensions ".exe," ".com," ".dll," ".acm," ".ax," ".cnv," ".cpl," ".drv", ".mpd," ".ocx," ".pci," ".scr," ".sys," ".tsp," ".tlb," ".vwp," ".wpc" and ".msi."
As the Unix, Linux and Win2K (formerly called open systems) storage environments have become increasingly larger, a de-facto standard and user-friendly HSM (Hierarchical Storage Management) system must arrive and become a widely accepted and practiced method, making the nearly mandatory practice of information life cycle management attainable.
As the Unix, Linux and Win2K (formerly called open systems) storage environments have increasingly larger storage environments, a de-facto standard and user-friendly HSM (Hierarchical Storage Management) system will become acceptable and will finally emerge as an accepted practice.
The typical mainframe (z/OS) storage administrator manage 30-40 or more terabytes of disk storage in 2002 while the typical manager of Unix, Linux and Win2K storage manages about 750GB on the average.
Nearly all Unix, Linux, and Win2K computer systems must deal with two distinct data formats that significantly increase management complexity.
Today, a "typical" distributed storage environment (Unix, Win2K and Linux) has between 2-5TB of disk storage, while the management capability of each storage administrator averages from 400-500GB.
For typical Unix, Win2K, and other mid-range automated tape configurations, the price per gigabyte of an automated tape subsystem ranges from one-fifth to over one-twentieth the price of an equivalent amount of disk storage.
In the case of tape automation, being able to consolidate tape backup of hundreds of Microsoft NT, Win2K servers that are spread out over the enterprises today would result in monumental cost and operational efficiencies.
There are several good examples of older architectures and past technologies originally used in mainframe environments that are experiencing a rebirth on Unix, Linux, and Win2K systems.