• Anyone using Veritas BMR (Bare Metal Restore) or other imaging for Disaster Recovery?

    I am looking for feedback on Veritas Bare Metal Restore as a Disaster Recovery upgrade to my current Veritas NetBackup tape library. I understand that the BMR Server does not run on Windows. I could run this on an RS/6000 (AIX) but am concerned about the setup time in a DR situation.

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  • My backup config needs scaling help

    I am currently working at a small company that has been experiencing a lot of growth. Over 90% of our data lies in the scanned images stored on our server. The structured layout of these images are held in a MS SQL 2000 db and served out using vendor software. For our local site I have a Dell...

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  • What backup software do you recommend for Win 2000

    I have 3 Win 2000 servers and approx. 55 Win 2000 Pro machines that I need some type of disaster recovery on. I was wondering what is most used for Win 2000 by the people on this forum. I have done some successful experimenting with PowerQuest V2i Protector (now owned by Symantec)for desktops (for...

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  • High Availablility

    I would like to suggest the best standby, data Guard, or other High Availability solution to management. Specifically, I would like to compare Oracles Standby High availability solutions to Replistor -- I believe by EMC. Currently we have about 12 Windows based Oracle Servers, but the solution can...

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  • RMAN

    where does RMAN put bakup files (file name)

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