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Does or has anyone backed up an I series to a SAN instead of tape?
We are running a mission critical application on Filemaker. The FileMaker server, a Dell Poweredge 2650, is configured to conducts scheduled backups 5x daily. However, the backups are saved on the server itself. We want to move the backups to the SAN and conduct the backups at non peak usage times....
The following question was recently submitted via e-mail by a user: I currently use SAN based clusters with 10 2-node passive and active clusters. They work fine, but I want to know: What happens if we shut down the nodes unexpectedly (eg, power failure) and when we go to start them, they don't...