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    Default Taking Server+ test on Saturday

    What up yall.. I will write the Server+ test this Saturday..

    February 4, 2006
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    Good Luck.

    I'd appreciate any info you can give us on the test.
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    Passed the test..

    Need to know how to calculate data throughput:

    Formula - (# of bits) * (# *1,000,000) / 8

    For example, if you have this: 8bits; and 9

    8* (9*1,000,000)/8
    8 * (9,000,000)/8
    = 9,000,000 or a data throughput of 9

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    U = 1.75 inches

    If you have 80U, then plug in the 1.75 inches for the U value

    =80U

    =80 (U)

    = 80 (1.75 inches)

    = 140 inches

    This is just an example. A typical rack mounted server is only 42U in height!!!

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    Know rack mount server, UPS, server room best practices. Know SCSI RAID Levels and the combinations that may be performed, and the differences between SAN and NAS.

    SAN - Large Block level

    NAS - Smaller block level, most books refer to it as a (File Level)
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    Congratulations!
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