Two new modules related to Storage Spaces for Windows PowerShell

Hello,   I’ve just posted two new modules for Windows PowerShell that I wrote which are designed to help with the management and diagnosis of Storage Spaces.   These modules are;   StorageSpaces This module automates deployment of Storage Spaces and provides intent-based management.  For example, instead of using many different cmdlets from the Storage…


Updated Guidance from the Exchange Server team on disk timeouts

In response to my recent post about the updated guidelines for Windows disk timeouts, the Exchange Server team has released  updated guidance on disk timeout settings with Exchange Server deployments. The article, titled “Windows Disk Timeouts and Exchange Server 2010” is available here: http://blogs.technet.com/b/exchange/archive/2011/11/17/windows-disk-timeouts-and-exchange-server-2010.aspx   Thanks,   Bruce


Using PowerShell to collect information for Storage Troubleshooting (Part 2: Performance Counters)

This is the second in a series of posts on how to utilize PowerShell to easily collect system information useful for troubleshooting Storage issues. Note: In a later installment of this series, I’ll be showing how to utilize the information gathered in these scripts for troubleshooting some common storage issues. In my first installment, I…