spaceman.exe Storage Spaces Manager

spaceman.exe Storage Spaces Manager– a new component of Server 2012, it embodies a fresh view of developers on the data warehouse and how to administer it. Physical disks that provide data storage are abstracted from the process of requesting new volumes, now called spaces. Storage Spaces technology automatically performs all necessary actions to restore data redundancy in case of disk failure, if there are enough physical disks

spaceman.exe Storage Spaces Manager
spaceman.exe Storage Spaces Manager

IT administrators and even end users often need a fault-tolerant data store. In other cases, you need to protect information in other ways. You can open the Microsoft Management Console (MMC) Disk Management snap-in, check physical disks, convert them to dynamic disks, and then create a volume that meets your requirements. If the volume should increase, it can be possible to extend it (depending on the physical disks), but you can not add disks to an existing volume that would allow for easy scalability of the data store.
For small and medium-sized enterprises and even large companies with small remote branches (they have only a couple of servers and can not economically place a SAN or NAS), preparing a storage solution for services is a whole problem.
CPU use
A process is not encountered to use much CPU. But if you see such situation please check process with antivirus utilities.
How to remove spaceman.exe?
If you find out difficulties with spaceman.exe, you can uninstall the associated program (Start > Control Panel > Add/Remove programs

In Winx64 system it can known as spaceman.exe Storage Spaces Manager (32-bit)

2 thoughts on “spaceman.exe Storage Spaces Manager”

  1. Nowadays every person is using the Windows Operating system. Windows 10 is the most popular Operating system because it adds important features compare to the others version of windows. You can also use the space man.exe for storage space manager.

  2. Windows 10 Hits another one out of the Park. There would appear to be a new management style in play at MS. P2P potential when updates become available, working directly with end users small and large to rectify code issues, storage taken seriously, heck, even the attitude of the help desk when it came to helping me with an activation problem. I have a mid level media studio in my home, there are two boxes under my desk, a 12 core Apple tower and a custom built high end PC. The tower hasn’t been plugged in for over six months.

    Thank you MS folks for taking us smaller folk seriously, really appreciate the continuous improvement. If Edward Deming were still with us I’m sure he would applaud.

    With Respect,
    Danny Behn

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