Currently, we have an Informix server where we perform periodic logical
log backups using ontape -a. We're thinking of moving to continuous
logical log backups using ontape -c. We do have a tape drive that can
be dedicated to this.
My question is this. What are the considerations if you run ontape -c
in the background, (as opposed to leaving a window open on some
administrative terminal, like my last company would do)? Is it
appropriate to run ontape -c in the background? What are the pitfalls?
Thanks for any insights.
bebe stores, inc.
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