domino R5 with AIX 3.4 Backups Issue

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AIX
Backup and Recovery
Domino Web Access
iNotes
Lotus Domino
Lotus Notes Web Application
Hi, Our application is a Lotus Domino Web based application running on AIX V3.4 and it is a very highly critical system whcih used to exchange the information with the Mainframe system. There are no backups scheduled for this system with no dev/uat servers. Even the IBM informed us, that this server is out of support.The NetBackup and TSM Team cannot do the backups because of lower versions of Domino and AIX. Can you please let me know 1.Is there any easy way to enable backups for this system? 2.Is there any easy way to prevent server crashes and databases corruption? 3.Is there any way to improve the server performance? Thanks, Suganya K.

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