• Backup NAS

    I have a 12TB Sinology NAS (only used at this stage for 8TB) and I was looking some advice on how to do a proper and regular backup. For the moment I use Carbon Copy Cloner and four WD2TB external disk but it is very slow and cumbersome.

    lmisc585 pointsBadges:
  • Restore SQL Server 2005 database backup over network

    I apologize that it's old software but we're using SQL Server 2005. Does anyone know if we can restore a database backup using Server 2005 over our entire network? We would appreciate any help.

    ITKE366,830 pointsBadges:
  • How to backup our development machine

    We're working on a disaster recovery project for our organization and we're trying to find out how we should back up our development machine (in the event of a disaster), we're back up and running as quick as possible. Any advice for us? Thanks!

    ITKE366,830 pointsBadges:
  • Backup messages and files on Android

    Does anyone happen to know if it's possible to backup messages (such as emails and text messages) and files, then restore it using the same application without jailbreaking the device? I'm on the Android platform.

    ITKE366,830 pointsBadges:
  • Backup database in MySQL

    We currently have a 4 GB database that's in MySQL. What's the best way for us to back it up? We have had a few times that we almost lost all of the data. In another question, would there be a way to speed up the backup process in the event we need to recover? I appreciate the help.

    ITKE366,830 pointsBadges:
  • Should I use RAID on my backup server?

    I've been setting up a new backup server (using Symantec Backup Exec so that it stores hard disks instead of tape). This is because the size of our backup is outgrowing our tape capacity. But here's my question: Should I use RAID for the backup server? Thank you

    ITKE366,830 pointsBadges:
  • Automatically backup PostgreSQL database on Linux

    Does anyone know how to automatically backup a PostgreSQL database that's on Linux daily? Thanks so much!

    ITKE366,830 pointsBadges:
  • Script out SQL Server backup into a batch file

    Would there be a way to script out SQL Server backup into a batch file? We need to execute it from the command line so this seemed like a logical way to do it. Thanks!

    ITKE366,830 pointsBadges:
  • Finding backup application log is located on SQL Server 2008

    In SQL Server 2008, we're trying to find out why our database backup failed in one of our systems. Here's what the log says: BACKUP failed to complete the command BACKUP LOG XXXXXX. Check the backup application log for detailed messages. Would anyone know where this backup application is located?...

    ITKE366,830 pointsBadges:
  • Backup strategy for web applications in Django

    I have several we applications that were built using Django. For security purposes, does anyone know of an effective backup strategy so I can maintain backups both on webfaction and an alternate location? Thanks so much!

    ITKE366,830 pointsBadges:
  • How to make robocopy slient in the command line

    We've been using robocopy to do backups with a PowerShell script but we only need it to show the progress percentage while it copies. We don't want all of the other information. Our command window is covered with other information. We need it as clean as possible (just want to see the overall...

    ITKE366,830 pointsBadges:
  • Should we use Dropbox as a backup for subversion repositories?

    Would anyone happen to know if it's a good idea to use DropBox as a backup for subversion repositories? We're not sure if we should use it because we don't think it DropBox and Subversion will work together. Can anyone give us advice?

    ITKE366,830 pointsBadges:
  • Error when backing up database on SQL Server 2008

    My friend and I are trying to backup a database that's located on localhost/SQL Express but we keep getting this error: Backup failed for Server 'localhost\SqlExpress'. (Microsoft.SqlServer.SmoExtended) For help, click:...

    ITKE366,830 pointsBadges:
  • How to force backup through on SQL Server

    My SQL Server won't restore my backup because there's active connections. Is there a way to force it through?

    ITKE366,830 pointsBadges:
  • Recovering public folders from EDB file.

    I have a Backup of an Exchange 2007 edb file, which contains public folder data. Is there any way to mount this edb file, or extract public folder data from it, without dropping $1000 on OnTrack Powercontrols?

    Zacharystern10 pointsBadges:
  • BlackBerry protect business files

    Can deleted BlackBerry protect backups be restored?

    ardiattebc5 pointsBadges:
  • Broken drive needs a repair

    I use Drive LTO06 IBM Library to make backup. When I make a full backup the tape is broken. What is wrong? How can I repair it?

    ABadru5 pointsBadges:
  • What is the best value for an on-premise backup platform?

    We need to migrate away from Storegrid and it is very difficult to find an on premise solution that we can install in our Data Center and provide backups to our clients. The Asigra pricing model is outrageous but the platform looks nice. Where can we look to find a solution, that we can log install...

    JamieA5 pointsBadges:
  • Move places.SQLite file bookmark backup to another laptop

    My laptop died but I salvaged HD. Now I need to move places.sqlite file bookmark backups to another laptop. How can I do that?

    deweydoit5 pointsBadges:
  • Restoring master database

    When restoring a system database (master, model, MSDB) the database data will be replaced by the backup data. My question is will the system database path will change or not? Will the system database path point to the old path or backup file path?

    maimaran5 pointsBadges:

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