**Caution** If this command is used incorrectly or run in the wrong direction it will destroy data.
Command needs run from the 'source' machine.
Command will mirror data from source to destination skipping locked files 'in use' so the command can be run during work hours. Re-reun after hours to copy skipped files from earlier. Marks files as 'copied' or 'skipped' so it will require running the command several times to get all the data.
Robocopy D:\ \\destination\d$ /MIR /R:2 /W:5 /SEC /ZB
I'm curious how many domain owners use Google Analytics to see who's coming to their site. It's free to get started, simple setup that Google walks you through adding a custom DNS record they use to verify your ownership of the domain. Once in, the results are gorgeous. The metrics provided are pretty powerful also. They can be used to fix sections of the website that are not being seen. It also shows the behavior of user activity on your site. Another great Google App.
My first experience with Cisco UCS chassis and blade servers was a memorable one. Virtualization is new to most Cisco engineers it seems because managing the UCS firmware is almost always performed incorrectly and is the cause for various communication, application, overall server performance issues. UCS produces a central status report showing green and red lights regarding system health. This can be used to quickly identify firmware mismatches which is the most common cause of PSOD (purple screen of death) hit to the hypervisor.
Cisco Nexus 1000v
The Cisco Nexus 1000v switch is a new virtual appliance that replaces the built-in vSwitch that comes with the VMware ESXi hypervisor. It brings all of the benefits of having a Cisco operating system and features into the virtualized environment. The Nexus 1000v is HA aware and extends all it's switchports to all vHosts. It's important to stay on top of firmware and new OS releases as each release is a huge step forward when it comes to these new virtual things.