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mario.lansys | 13.12.2019, 18:28
Thanks for the reply NunoThe issue is gone. I didn't do nothing but the error disapear.
NunoCosta | 09.12.2019, 11:51
Hi Mario.Thank you for your question.The SV Agents are detecting some issues in the installed OS. Un...
mario.lansys | 28.11.2019, 16:41
Hello communityI'm getting an error on a RX2540 M1 server, and can't find what is the causeThe error...

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March 14, 2016
As popular as they were (and in some areas still are), optical media always had a couple of issues in the storage context. One was capacity: CDs, DVDs and even Blu-rays can only hold limited amounts of data, which makes them awkward to use. The other is durability: all three disc types are susceptible to scratches and other types of damage, and they deteriorate over time, which makes them unfit for long-term data retention and archiving, e.g. of medical data or high school/university diplomas. Because of these problems, optical discs went through a long period of decline starting in the early noughties.
 
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March 05, 2016
Anyone who thought SSDs might still take several years to catch up with HDD capacities stands corrected: on Thursday this week, Samsung began shipping its latest flagship SSD, dubbed PM1633a, a real 'monster' with 15.36 TB storage capacity.
 
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February 27, 2016
Computer clusters have been around for nearly five decades, but so far only very few vendors have applied the underlying concept to graphics processing and built so-called render farms. This week, market leader NVIDIA made things a little easier for anyone who uses their GPUs with the introduction of Iray® Server.
 
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February 24, 2016
As open source software continues to gain popularity, the operating systems, applications and tools published under that licensing scheme turn into valuable targets for miscreants trying to obtain confidential information or wreak havoc on IT infrastructures. Over the past weekend, some of these folks hacked their way into the official Linux Mint site in order to upload fake ISOs and compromise the user forum's database.
 
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February 18, 2016
One of the smart things to do to push your career in IT is to obtain a Microsoft certificate. You should however keep in mind that these 'report cards' aren't made for eternity – and that Redmond's training team may regroup, revise or retire courses and exams any moment, in line with company policies. This time around, the bell tolls for a number of Lync and Windows 8/8.1 certificates.
 
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February 18, 2016
Security researchers have identified a vulnerability in the GNU C Library (glibc) that could enable adversaries to hijack routers, servers and other hardware with the help of specially crafted DNS packages. The flaw, which has been submitted to the Common Vulnerabilities list under the moniker CVE-2015-7547, affects several major core functions present in standard Linux distributions, such as SSH, sudo, and curl.
 
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February 16, 2016
Cloud, web and app developers who rely on smaller-scale MS SQL databases to test and run their products have long waited for this moment: images of the server software's cost-free edition are now available from the Azure Gallery, along with tools for the 2014, 2012 and 2008 R2 releases.
 
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February 08, 2016
Customers and CSPs looking to build new or expand old virtual environments often wonder what these assets will look like, which dependencies may occur, etc. With InfraSIM™, a tool developed by storage market leader EMC, they can now get a preview.
 
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February 04, 2016
Every administrator who's ever had to deal with performance issues on a VMware stack knows how tough it can be to determine where the root of the problem lies: is it in the VM itself or in the network layer? Or maybe something is wrong with the storage or the hypervisor? The possibilities often seem endless.
 
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February 04, 2016
Following the EU Court of Justice's decision to scrap the so-called Safe Harbor Agreement, both parties had to set up a new arrangement. Today (February 2) the EU Commission's Vice President Andrus Ansip (Estonia) and Věra Jourová, Commissioner for Justice, Consumers and Gender Equality (Czech Republic), announced they had settled on a "new framework for transatlantic data flows," the so-called EU-US Privacy Shield.
 
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January 26, 2016
Roughly two years after Heartbleed caused a major commotion in the IT industry, people at the OpenSSL Project stick with the security-aware release policy that was established after the bug.
 
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January 22, 2016
IT journalists and market observers have hailed 2016 as the year in which companies all over the world will finally kick off the long-awaited "digital transformation" of their successful business models, thanks to a massive boost in cloud computing resources and wide adoption of Internet of Things (IoT) deployments. As a matter of fact, "digital transformation" will be one of the key topics at this year's CeBIT exhibition, which is scheduled for March 14 through 18 in Hanover, Germany. A recently published Fujitsu report offers a more sober perspective.
 
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January 19, 2016
6th Generation Intel® Core™ family processors may cause "unpredictable system behavior" or prompt machines to "hang" when running complex scientific workloads. A fix is already underway.
 
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January 08, 2016
Remember the opening sequence from the "Mission: Impossible" TV series? In it, Special Agent and team leader Jim Phelps used to receive briefings on a miniature tape recorder that inevitably went up in smoke at the end of the scene. Now Kingston Digital, the Flash subsidiary of Kingston Technology, brings back this capability to USB sticks – well, sort of.
 
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January 05, 2016
Historically, the success of storage products was either based on high capacities or on huge transfer rates and low latencies. Over the past couple of years, however, vendors tried to come up with products that deliver on both counts. Samsung's new Portable SSD T3, which will be introduced at this year's CES in Las Vegas (January 6–9), now pushes the capacity limits.
 
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December 28, 2015
The Internet Engineering Steering Group (IESG), a panel of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) has voted unanimously to introduce the new HTTP status code 451, intended to mark content that has been made "inaccessible for legal reasons" – or in other words, censored. The three digits were chosen in honor of Ray Bradbury's 1953 novel "Fahrenheit 451," which describes corresponding measures taken by a dictatorial regime that outlaws books and thereby inconvenient information.
 
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December 23, 2015
What do hackers and film directors have in common? At first sight, not a lot. But dig a little deeper and you'll likely find a similarly keen sense for dramatic effects. The latest release from Berlin-based Security Research Labs (or SR Labs for short) serves as a valid proof of that assertion.
 
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December 23, 2015
With Santa Claus preparing to get in his sleigh and the elves adding the last big packages before they enter their annual talk with Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer and urge him to not go too fast...
 
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December 09, 2015
Western Digital subsidiary HGST has started shipping its third-generation HelioSeal flagship drive HGST Ultrastar® He10. The surprise is: this HDD, promising optimized capacity and reliability at a much reduced ecological footprint, deploys standard perpendicular magnetic recording (PMR) technology instead of the rivaling shingled-magnetic recording (SMR), as one might expect.
 
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November 28, 2015
The latest edition of the semiannual global Top500 list of supercomputers reveals that within less than six months, the number of ranked Chinese systems has nearly tripled, while once again there were few changes among the Top 10. China's Tianhe-2 remains the world's leading supercomputer for the sixth consecutive time, and two new Cray systems in the US and Germany have joined at #6 and #8.
 
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