• Deleted tape backup by mistake

    I deleted a backup from backup list by mistake and when I reconfigured it, it has not been backing up. How do I go about it? My server is Symantec Backup Exec 2014

    lynnkellie5 pointsBadges:
  • Backup from IMAP to Outlook

    How do I take backup from IMAP to Outlook account?

    MohdToyef20 pointsBadges:
  • What should I use for Time Machine backup: iSCSI or AFP?

    I'm currently setting up a home NAS device (Synology) that I'm planning to use for Time Machine backup. Is there a tradeoff between using iSCSI or ARP to mount a backup volume? I'm worried about file system consistency.

    ITKE364,320 pointsBadges:
  • Best way to backup a NAS drive to a USB drive

    Anyone know the best way to backup 600 GB+ of data on a NAS drive to a USB external drive? I need to make weekly copies (in case of an emergency). I already tried xcopy but it crashed pretty quickly. The NAS drive is a D-Link DNS and the USB drive is a Seagate. Thank you so much.

    ITKE364,320 pointsBadges:
  • What’s better for backup: NAS or Windows Home Server?

    I'm looking to invest in something that's going to help me with my backups. Should I use a NAS or Windows Home Server? I'm leaning towards the Home Server but I'm not so sure. Thank you very much.

    ITKE364,320 pointsBadges:
  • Best way to backup terabytes of data

    I have roughly about 1 TB of data as of today with plenty more to go (I'll get to 2 TB in the near future). It's mainly encoded videos from my DVDs and I'm wondering what's the best way to go about backing all of it up. Would a NAS suffice?

    ITKE364,320 pointsBadges:
  • Is it important to backup the transaction log?

    Over the past few months, we've been putting in a backup solution for a client. Their ERP solution uses SQL Server but ERP was set up by a different company. They have told us multiple times that it's really important to backup everything and truncate the transaction log. Is the log that important?...

    ITKE364,320 pointsBadges:
  • How to backup an Amazon S3 bucket

    Would anyone happen to know how to recover from an accidental deletion of an Amazon S3 bucket? One of our interns (clumsy them) clicked on the wrong button and deleted everything. There's a ton of data in there. Could we sync the entire bucket locally? Anyone have an idea?

    ITKE364,320 pointsBadges:
  • What is the best backup monitoring software when using multiple backup solutions?

    I'm researching backup monitoring software, I have looked at: EMC DPA, Symantec Netbackup Ops, APTARE, but what other options are out there that can give you a good view into your environment when you have more that one backup solution?

    rizcal5 pointsBadges:
  • Backup a large storage server

    I'm implementing a large server that's going to be used as a live NAS for several other servers. The server will have about 4 - 20 TB of useable space. It will be on RAID 10 for performance concerns but we need a backup solution (including off-site backup). Is there a way to backup that much data?

    ITKE364,320 pointsBadges:
  • What’s a good backup solution for home programmers?

    Our startup company is starting to hire programmers who will work from home (and can't lose any of their work). What's a good / secure method or software for backup? We're looking for a free solution but we are willing to spend on it too. Thanks!

    ITKE364,320 pointsBadges:
  • What’s a good backup strategy for a NAS?

    I have a NAS that I share files with and it's used as a backup solution. About a week ago, my Netbook got infected with ransomware. All my files on the Netbook (and the majority of them on the NAS) were destroyed. But my PC didn't get attacked and since I usually do manual backups, I didn't lose...

    ITKE364,320 pointsBadges:
  • How to backup NAS on multiple machines

    Hello experts, We're trying to backup between 50-100 servers to a NAS box each night (It contains files and folders). We actually need the backup application to backup the NAS / perform incremental backups following the full backup. Also, it needs to store versions of each and every file. Is there...

    ITKE364,320 pointsBadges:
  • Backup data on Google App Engine

    My organization asked my team to backup all of our data on Google App Engine but we're not sure what's the best way to do this. We looked into running a separate command for each kind of data that we need to backup. Is that the best way to go about this? We would appreciate all the help you can...

    ITKE364,320 pointsBadges:
  • Backup and replicate SQL Server database

    We have a SQL Server database that contains our most recent data. We need to replicate the content into several other servers. But for some reason, we can't use the replicate / sync function to sync to other SQL Server instances. What would be the best way to do this? Thank you!

    ITKE364,320 pointsBadges:
  • Backup strategy for MongoDB

    We currently have a dedicated server that has a MongoDB database around 10GB. We need to do daily backups but we can't have downtime. Would it be possible to use a replica on a single disk (with two instances of MongoDB that's running on different ports) and just take the second one offline /...

    ITKE364,320 pointsBadges:
  • Handle MySQL backups with Git

    For our MySQL backup, we came up with a pretty good idea but we're not entirely sure. To backup it up, we thought of putting the dump file into a Git repository, and the commit on each dump so we have the most recent copy / we can roll back to a previous backup. But we're not sure of the flaws...

    ITKE364,320 pointsBadges:
  • Backup strategy to keep our code safe

    For our code (among other things), we use source-code control to manage different versions and it also provides some backup. But we noticed that the local copy is out of sync with the repository sometimes. Does anyone know of a good backup strategy do keep our code safe?

    ITKE364,320 pointsBadges:
  • What’s the best method for PostgreSQL incremental backup?

    We've been using pg_dump piped to gzip to split for PostgreSQL backups. But here's the problem: All of the output files are always changed (so basically the checksum-backup copies all of the data). Is there any other way to perform an incremental backup of a PostgreSQL database?

    ITKE364,320 pointsBadges:
  • Share backup Eclipse settings across different platforms

    Over the past year, we've had to re-install Eclipse multiple times over several different platforms (including Microsoft Windows and Linux). We still haven't found a good way to share settings/preferences across different versions. Does anyone have any advice?

    ITKE364,320 pointsBadges:

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