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revised Can email spoofing be prevented?
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comment How can a file size be zero?
A similar technique was famously used in a compression challenge,
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comment Windows 7 mirrored volume fails during testing of fail-over mode
The Technet article is interesting, but seems to support my expectations. "A mirrored volume is provides fault tolerance by duplicating data on two disks. If one disk fails, the data on the failed disk becomes unavailable, but the system continues to operate using the unaffected disk." <- This isn't happening! "If a basic disk containing part of a mirrored volume is disconnected or fails, the status of the mirrored volume becomes Failed Redundancy and the disk status remains Online" <- This isn't happening!
Mar
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comment Windows 7 mirrored volume fails during testing of fail-over mode
The third link describes someone who is having a similar problem to me on Windows 2003, but offers no solution. I am not using an Intel-based solution (I was explaining I have in the past which is where I got my expectations of a automatic fail-over.)