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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...
We have a data center I was thinking of acquiring a SAN unit from, then using DFS to copy server files to the SAN and then back that information to a remote storage site. How do I accomplish this with laptops? Do I use folder redirection, that takes too much time when logging in?
I have a few questions... What commands do I use to see how big the backup is? I want to backup AS400 to a NAS Server at another location. So we have a off site copy. Is that possible? if so, how do I do it? I'm also open to opinions...