Exchange 2007 Mailbox Server Role Storage Requirements Calculator updated to v 16.8

Published Apr 23 2009 01:07 PM 1,254 Views

EDIT 04/27/2009: We have updated the calculator to v16.9 to address a bug that was found.

Please go to our Mailbox Server Role Storage Requirements Calculator updates tracking page to see what is in this new version!

A blog post explaining the calculator (updated for this new version) is here. The download is here.

Comments welcome!

- Ross Smith IV

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Do you know when this guidance will come out for E2K10?
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I think I may have spotted a bug in this version. On the LUN requirements page, the number of SCR targets (and from that the total number of recommended LUNs) is using the number of scr servers field, not the number of scr targets. ie. I have 2 mailbox servers with one target.  I am doing single-node recovery. You get a pictures that look like these (apologies for the formatting - I can't paste pictures)


Stuart White

Standby Continuous Replication Configuration
Number of SCR Targets / Source Server 1
SCR Target High Availability Configuration Single-Node

Storage Requirements:
Number of Servers & Data Copies Value
Total Number of Mailbox Servers 2
Total Number of SCR Target Servers 2
Number of Data Copies / Mailbox Server 3

LUN Requirements:
LUN Configuration (per Server) Source Replica SCR Targets (2)
Recommended Number of Databases / LUN 1 1 1
Recommended Number of Database LUNs 3 3 3
Recommended Number of Transaction Log LUNs 3 3 3
Number of Restore LUNs 1 1 1
Total Recommended Exchange LUNs 7 7 14 28

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Can you please send me your storage calc configuration at strgcalc AT

Thanks - Ross
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Ah, I figured out the bug you found, Stuart.  I've corrected.  We'll publish v16.9 with that fix. Thanks for the help!

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We posted v16.9 which corrects the issue Stuart (aka lostbygps) discovered.  You can download it at the normal URL.
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need updates
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