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This article describes general procedures for installing Windows Server 2008 or Windows Server 2008 R2; links for more detailed information can be found throughout the article. After installing Windows Server 2008 or Windows Server 2008 R2, you will need to install IIS.
Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2 are available in multiple editions to support the varying server and workload needs of organizations. The four main editions include Windows Server® 2008 R2 Standard, Windows Server® 2008 R2 Enterprise, Windows Server® 2008 R2 Datacenter, and Windows® Web Server 2008 R2 (or Windows Server® 2008 Standard, Windows Server® 2008 Enterprise, Windows Server® 2008 Datacenter, and Windows® Web Server 2008). See Overview of Editions for more detailed information about the various editions of Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows Server 2008.
Then, the setup procedure copies files and restarts the computer. The setup procedure concludes by presenting the Initial Configuration Tasks menu, which you can use to adjust the server configuration for your specific needs. Detailed instructions can be found at Installing Windows Server 2008 R2 or Installing Windows Server 2008.
After the Windows Server 2008 or Windows Server 2008 R2 setup is finished, log on to the server for the first time, and the Initial Configuration Tasks window automatically opens. You can now configure the new server by using commands in the Initial Configuration Tasks window.
In 2012, the FCC modernized its public inspection file requirements by mandating that full power and Class A TV stations make their public inspection files available through a Commission-hosted online public file, In 2016, the Commission continued its modernization effort by requiring that broadcast radio licensees also post their public file documents to the FCC-hosted online public file. The Commission took a number of steps to minimize the burden of the online file on broadcast stations. Broadcasters are required to upload only those items required to be in the public file but not otherwise filed with the Commission or available in a Commission database. The Commission will upload to the online file itself any document required to be retained in the file that also must be filed electronically with the Commission.
The all-new, next-generation Mitsubishi Lancer for 2008 carries its high-performance engineering inside, with powerful audio and advanced user-technology options designed to exceed customers' expectations.
All Lancer models for 2008 come pre-wired for accessory SIRIUS® Satellite Radio. This in-demand feature is included in the new Technology and Appearance Package for the Lancer ES model, which also features several items that had been introduced first for the GTS model, including: the FAST Key entry system; a Bluetooth® wireless technology cell phone interface system with voice recognition microphone for hands-free calling; enhanced audio performance with the upgraded 6-speaker system, and MP3/auxiliary audio inputs. All Lancer option packages that include SIRIUS Satellite Radio provide a six-month pre-paid subscription to this service.
FAST-Key EntryAll 2008 Lancer models come standard with an anti-theft engine immobilizer. The ES and GTS models also feature a standard keyless remote entry system, and both offer the FAST-Key system. FAST Key allows the driver to unlock the vehicle simply by having the remote in a pocket or purse and grasping the handle on either of the front doors. FAST-Key provides both convenience and security, since the driver does not need to search for a key or remote control while carrying packages, or when in a poorly lit area, for example. The system operates when the driver (carrying the remote unit) is within 27 inches of the front doors or the trunk. While walking into that range, the system verifies the user i.d. Bioelectrical sensors are built into the door handles, and when the person carrying the remote grasps one of the handles, the door unlocks. Grasping the driver's door handled unlocks only that door; grasping the front passenger door handle will unlock all four doors. (The customer can set system preferences so that grasping the driver's door handle will unlock all vehicle doors.)
A satellite navigation system is available for the 2008 Lancer ES and GTS models and also includes AM/FM/CD/MP3/WMA music file playback, DVD video capability (when the car is not moving) and SIRIUS® Satellite Radio with a 6-month pre-paid SIRIUS subscription. Navigation maps and directions are displayed on a crisp touch-panel, 7-inch LCD screen.
The 2008 Lancer's navigation system also integrates the Mitsubishi Multi-Communication System, an extensive information display, including an onboard computer. The Lancer's system offers much of the functionality of similar systems seen in luxury vehicles but is easier and more intuitive to use. The driving computer provides displays for outside temperature, average fuel economy, current fuel economy, distance to empty and driving time.
The 2008 Lancer comes equipped to provide high-quality sound, with a standard total 140-watt AM/FM/CD/MP3 player including 4 speakers and digital signal processor. The system automatically compensates volume and sound equalization in response to vehicle speed. The Lancer GTS model upgrades to a 6-speaker system, which is also included in the ES model's optional Technology and Appearance package.
The optional Sun and Sound package available for the 2008 Lancer ES and GTS includes a power glass sunroof and the most powerful audio system in its segment: the Rockford-Fosgate Premium Audio System with PUNCH® control. Rockford-Fosgate is one of the most respected brands for mobile audio speakers. The Rockford-Fosgate system is custom-tuned for the Lancer's interior acoustics. For example, Mitsubishi and Rockford-Fosgate engineers tuned the doors to function as speaker cabinets, extending response, increasing clarity and reducing coloration.
I will focus on SQL Server 2008 R2 as this is the latest SQL Server edition. My attempt was to create a generic tuning guide for System Center but because I am a SCOM guy some topics are just about SCOM.
Set the database default paths. This is self-explaining just put the default path for data and log files. Make sure you put the data and the log file on separate drives. This way all your files will be placed into the right locations right away!
If you want to create more than 8 data files then you must first analyze the allocation contention but this I will leave to the SQL gurus Source .You can also create too many data files as discussed here .
This procedure applies to all databases and its transaction log files. What are VLF? Internally a transaction log consists of multiple blocks, called virtual log files. Every time a transaction log grows, it is done by adding additional virtual log files. The number added varies from 4 to 16, depending upon the size the log is grown by.
The problem is that a transaction log created with the default size and growth may grow repeatedly, resulting in hundreds of virtual log files. You can see how many you have with the (undocumented) DBCC LOGINFO command. The reason this is bad for performance is due to the nature of log writes. The transaction log is written sequentially, and if it is on a dedicated disk the disk head remains static between writes (no seek time). Multiple virtual log files may be scattered over the disk, resulting in a seek every time a write crosses from one file to the next. This increases write latency. 2b1af7f3a8