• Backup to remote server is slow .

    Presently we are taking backup of a filesytem by copying it to remote backup server and from there it is written to tape drives. few months ago it used to take 30 mins for 5 Gb, but now its taking 5 hrs for 5 Gb. what could be the possible bottle necks and what are the areas we...

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  • Building new SQL server

    had a sql server (2000 I think) built on enterprise 2003 die. Got new hardware and am beginning the guessing game. any good reference articles, step by step of how to build new and restore backups from external hd. Old server won't even boot.

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  • Backing up and restoring images to Windows Server 2003

    How can I backup images and restore images to my Windows Server 2003?

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  • Server backup over the internet via IP using CA Arcserve

    Can backup a server over the internet via IP using CA Arcserve backup 12? How do I add it? I can only get to internal clients.

    ITKE345,065 pointsBadges:
  • Storage for Enterprise Vault

    Hello, Could somebody please suggest a suitable storage system for our Enterprise Vault project. The total storage we are looking is around 100TB. We are using Symantec's Netbackup as the Backup software. Fibre channel will be the preferred choce. Thanks.  

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  • Opening Domino backups of an AS/400 tape on a Windows PC and converting the

    Can anybody help us, please? We have the following problem: We received a backup tape of an AS/400 which contains some session with (presumably) save files containing Lotus Domino mailboxes. First question is: are these boxes nsf files and can they be opened by a Windows Notes client? The second...

    Amann5 pointsBadges:
  • Restoring a backup from Brightstor 12 server

    Can we restore a backup from a Brightstor 12 server without the database? What would be the procedure for that?

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • Error when opening Windows NT backup file from Windows Server 2000

    When trying to open a Windows NT backup file from Windows Server 2000 on a Windows Server 2003 Standard R2 box I am unable to do it. It looks like it is going to start and then it closes and I get no errors.

    TeachMeIT975 pointsBadges:
  • Best practices for backing up Exchange server to a tape drive

    What is the best practice when it comes to backing up an Exchange server, message stores and all, to a tape drive? Is NTbackup sufficient or should we look at backup exec or brightstore?

    Troubleshooter24755 pointsBadges:
  • AS/400 Daily Backup taking more time to complete

    SAVCHGOBJ job taking around 3 hours to complete, earlier it was taking only 30 minutes. when i check the job lock i found OBJECT-Q04079N061, LIBRARY-QSPL, OBJECTTYPE-FILE PHY, MEMBERLOCK-YEY, is there anything to check to analyze the problem Please advice for taking the necessary steps Thanks in...

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  • System state data on Windows Server 2003

    What is system state data and what can I use it for if my system fails? I am working on a Windows 2003 server and see the option under my NTBackup settings. Any ideas?

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • Backup Windows 7 Auto Delete Old Backups

    Win 7 Pro is backing up clients on the domain but filling the backup drive quickly. What is the best way to get older backup sets deleted? Should I use a different application?

    Mcconnel20 pointsBadges:
  • What backup strategy should we use?

    Hi, We are about to implement backup solution for our own organization. we have IBM products. IBM storage DS 8100 with 10 Tb and IBM tape library TS3310. OS is installed on SAN and we do not have any virtual cloud. each server has one OS installed on it and all are Linux. I would like to know that...

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  • Copy Library from one iSeries to Another via Ethernet

    Is there an easier way to migrate libraries from one iSeries to another via Ethernet other than making a savf for each library and ftp the savf file to the other iSeries?

    Jryan15 pointsBadges:
  • How to configure disaster recovery with BrightStor ARCserve Backup

    i wanna know how to make disaster recovery to the arcserve backup?

    ATrouble5 pointsBadges:
  • Restoring LTO3 tape without the app that backed it up

    Is it possible to restore data on a LTO3 tape without the application (ArcServe2000) that backed it up?

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • Trouble getting LTO2 tape drive to compress backups on Backup Exec 2010

    I am using Backup exec 2010 and I can not get my LTO2 tape drive to compress backups. The tapes and drive support 200/400 compressed but I can only store up to 200GB max.

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • Options for storage virtualization

    I'd love any feedback on vendors or strategies for storage for my virtual machines. What should I consider when planning storage? What sort of budget can I expect?

    TeachMeIT975 pointsBadges:
  • BRMS Control Group failing to backup

    Hi All,   Every day one of my control group is failing.When i look into the logs i found the below error. Couldn't isolate the problem.Can anybody help me on this to make the CTLG successful. Message . . . . :   Error occurred processing exit command for control        group...

    qmaster1,675 pointsBadges:
  • Restore BRMS backup using native command line

    I have an archive/backup done using BRMS from few years ago. These tapes were converted from one media to another. Now, we would like to restore the objects/libraries in this media using the RSTOBJ in iSeries. The problem were having is we cannot restore these object using native command. Is there...

    Jedlasquite360 pointsBadges:

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