If line speed between the systems is not a problem I would strongly
recommend a central site backup solution. Almost all of the known UNIX
backup/restore software packages offe network capabilities (e.g.
If that is not possible I would recommend a package that offers same
functionality and usability over the different platforms, e.g. Cheyenne
ARCserve which is well known in the NetWare community and also
available on different flavours of UNIX.
Quote:Bob Milton writes:
I currently backup a G40 (4mm) & G50 (4mm) with fbackup, G40 (4mm) with
tar, G40 (4mm) with
tar, T500 (8mm left and right & 4mm) and a G50 (8mm & 4mm) with
Omniback. All the tape are Dat
type. Backup is Tues to Sat. The 12 Dell 433TE Novell head office
systems are also backed up
daily plus each of the 11 branch offices do their own backup. I have
to come up with a
solution to the above keeping the following in mind: compatible with pr
evious backups, ease to
administer, size of data, time required to backup (and in the case of
Novell, the time required
to recover one or more files daily), etc, etc. The solution might be a
seperate backup computer
with a few carrousels with 8 mm dat tapes or is someone using Digital
Linear Tapes? I would
appreciate any information anyone can provide.
Thanks in advance.