Data recovery service recommendation.

Data recovery service recommendation.

Post by Ernest Ki » Thu, 29 Mar 2001 03:57:03

I feel like a fool.  A hard drive that I thought was being backed up
wasn't.  Now it has crashed, and I need to get the data off of it.
Does anyone have any recommendations for a data recovery service.

The hard drive was part of a Sun DiskSuite stripe.  So some place that
has had some experience with DiskSuite disk arrays would be nice.



1. Recommendation for Pushing Files to My Disaster Recovery Site

Hi There,

Looking for recommendations for pushing files to my disaster recovery

I have two Ultra-1s on both end of a 512K frame-relay WAN.  I tried to
rcp a 400MB tar save-set, and several times I got a "connection lost"
message.  I contacted the provider to check for framing errors just in

What I need to know is rcp graceful enough to handle networks not
responding (say for a few milliseconds) or should I do it some other
way.  Man pages indicate cpio may have some promise, but I would
appreciate any BTDT.


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