• Team Foundation Server 2010: Backup and recovery process

    We've recently installed Team Foundation Server 2010 and now we're starting to prepare for the backup and recovery process. We realized that the configuration info / data is stored in the Tfs_Configuration Tfs_DefaultCollection databases. What's the best way to backup these databases? Can someone...

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  • Performance issue with MySQL database backup

    My friend and I have been trying to create a regular backup for a production database (large one, in fact). The database has both InnoDB and MyISAM tables. We have been using mysqldump but it keeps taking longer and longer each time. Sometimes, the server is even unresponsive when the dump is...

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  • Should we go ahead with encrypted backups?

    I'm in charge of our department's laptops and now I need to get some sort of automated remote backups started. They would be going to a RAID drive. But the thing is that we don't have a secure vault to hold all of the drives. After talking to my boss, we thought about using some encryption process....

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  • How should we backup our storage server

    We're putting in a huge storage server that's going to be used as a live NAS for several different servers. The server will be on RAID for data security but we are still looking for a backup option (which will include off-site backup). But we're worried about how we will backup so much data...

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  • Backup in a VM

    My requirement is to daily take back up of SQL files installed on VM server in a production VM environment. Currently have DR appliance which takes approx. 8 hrs for taking backup of SQL server file backups. Which would be the best solution for taking backups considering factors like...

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  • Backup a CentOS server

    We recently moved over from a dedicated server to the VPS. It's working great but we need to shut down the dedicated server and close our account. So we need to do a full backup of the server before it's shot down. It's a CentOS server to. What's the best way to go about this? Thanks.

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  • How should we proceed with our Amazon EC2 backup strategy?

    We have several DB server setups that are on Amazon's EC2. We take daily snapshots of the whole system / EBS drives which contain all of the application files, DB files, etc. We also have a console application that runs the backup creations (on a daily schedule). All of the images are EBS images....

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  • Backup SQLite database to SD card on Android

    I'm trying to add a feature to one of my Android applications that would back up a SQLite database to my SD card. Is there a way to do this? Thank you very much!

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  • Back up remote SVN repository

    We've been moving our SVN server to a remote server so we can access it from different locations. The remote server isn't backed up yet so we have to back it up to another server (it's a home server). The remote server is on Windows Server 2003 and the 'home' server is on Windows Home Server....

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  • How should we backup 20 TB of data?

    At our organization, we have a NAS server that is being used to store photography sessions. Each one has over 100 GB. Each year, it's accumulating 10 TB of data and it's going to keep on growing. We have been backing all this up using tape (LTO-5 tapes with Symantec BackupExec). Since the size...

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  • Restore PostgreSQL backup using the command line

    For the past few weeks (even though I'm pretty new to all of it), I've been working with PostgreSQL. Locally, I've been using PGadmin3. On our remote server, we don't have that luxury. I've created the backup for the database and it was copied over. Would there be a way to restore the backup from...

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  • How to backup a local Git repository

    We've been using Git for a small project and we found that zipping the .GIT directory's content was the best way to back it up. But when we restore it, we have to do this: git reset --hard. Is there any problems doing it this way? If so, what other options should we look at?

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  • Working with NAS

    How do I work NAS?

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  • How to restore single table my MySQL database backup

    We currently have a mysqldump that backups our MySQL database (which has a bunch of tables with roughly 440 MBs). We've been trying to restore one of the tables from the mysqldump. Would that be possible? Thanks so much!

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  • Backup PostgreSQL databases on a daily basis

    At my job, I have to backup all of our databases every single week. It's getting pretty tiring. Is there a way to automatically backup our PostgreSQL databases on a daily basis?

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  • How to backup SQLite database to SD card

    Does anyone know if it's possible to backup our database to a SD card automatically in my Android app? After that's done, is there a way to restore it too?

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  • SQL Script for monitoring backup progress of database

    I noticed that whenever I do a backup of a database using SQL Server Management Studio, I usually get this image of how the process is going / how much longer it will take. But if I do the backup with a script, is there some way I can monitor the whole process?

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  • Software for backing up Windows PCs

    We have roughly 30 or so Windows PCs working in our department. Is there a software out there that will automatically schedule backups for certain folders on these PCs and save them to a remote server? The remote server will be running on Linux and the backups will be stored via FTP. I would...

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  • RAID error message

    What does this RAID error message mean: Enclosure management for controller 0 not supported which appear when I try a stand-by mode?

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  • Backup schema in SQL Server 2005

    Would there be a way to backup just the schema in a SQL Server 2005 database? I don't need records, just the structure. Thank you!

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