• Backing up SQL Server 2008 databases to a tape drive

    I am running Sql Server 2008 and I need to know how to make backups of the database onto a tape drive. How do I do this?

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  • Write IFS file to tape

    what command would I use to write an IFS file to tape, then delete it

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  • How to do recovery data on Tape?

    Today, when we run the EOD process, the 'Tape before' we used is full, and when we tried to inztap the new tape, there is an error msg: can't allocate Tap01, so we can't do the inztap and we decide to used the 'Tape after'. And when we do the dsptap, we can't find the 'data after'. Is that possible...

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  • Which tape drives are most popular on iSeries?

    Hi, I'm trying to get my company to buy me a small i-series for home and I need to know which tape drives and which tapes are the most commonly used on smaller i-series. Most of our customers still use QIC 1/4" cartridges/drives, but what other options are commonly used? I don't want to get into...

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  • Have you moved to online backup for your corporation and if so, are you still using tape backup?

    Have you moved to online backup for your corporation and if so, are you still using tape backup? Thanks to the sponsor of this question Iron Mountain

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  • SQL Server data purging

    I hv a trans tbl and want to keep the records to be purged on Tape/Media and read the data from there whenever required? I want to know, Is that possible to read data from the tape ? if so, then how to do it, neee help

    Taheer725 pointsBadges:
  • Check expiry date of tape (using iSeries and BRMS)

    I am chasing a simple CL program to check if the currently loaded tape has the data as *expired so it can be written to under BRMS. It shouldn't be that hard but I've searched for literally days and can't find anyone to help.

    GarryS15 pointsBadges:
  • Installing old tape 7208 and new Iseries HW

    How can I install a 7208 to a 9407 M15 ?? or how can I read 8mm 7 GB tapes with a 9407-M15 ??

    Cramirez685 pointsBadges:
  • Backup issues

    I am having problems with backing up a 2 volumes from my HP MSA1000 SAN to an LTO tape library. The volumes are 80 & 90 GB in size and contain around 600,000 small files in each set. The 2 volumes are RAID 5 and I am getting about 5-8 GB per hour back-up. I am also backing up other RAID 5 sets and...

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  • Need new backup solution for 1TB of data

    We are looking for a new type of backup for our server. We currently are using a tape drive but the tapes are worn and do not meet our storage needs. We have received some quotes on different products and we aren't sure what is the best way to go. Right now our options are a NAS storage unit, a...

    ITKE342,985 pointsBadges:
  • Tapes aren’t fully used for backups w/ BackupExec12

    as shown in the screenshot below, the media isn't fully used. http://img119.imageshack.us/img119/9729/7012009105556td7.png any ideas

    Kennybraeckmans5 pointsBadges:
  • Sysplex Split

    Does anyone have experience with splitting a sysplex with isolated dasd and tape on each new plex? How do you move tape data between the new plexes efficiently? The only methods we are aware of are very awkward at best, e.g. copy tape to dasd, ftp dasd file to other plex, copy back to tape. I know...

    Jefhorn5 pointsBadges:
  • Backup tapes usage

    when backup is running how do i check that, the backup is using which tapes drive and to ensure which ATL it's using?

    IMisnothing130 pointsBadges:
  • Combining HSM and Backups

    Were looking at replacing our tape backup system, and at the same time were thinking our expending our storage by getting a HSM solution. What we are not sure of is whether these two issue should be combined. My original vision was that a good tape based HSM system (Tivoli,...) and a tape robot...

    Litfuse5 pointsBadges:
  • Adding a tape containing spool files to brms

    how do i add a new tape containing spool files to brms, so that i am able to retore the spool files when i am done. thanks. viv

    Venno5 pointsBadges:
  • Save/Restore Spooled files using BRMS

    How can i saved/restored spooled files on Tape using BRMS. Thank you inadvance

    c007285 pointsBadges:
  • restore server folder Veritas Backup Exec 9

    How do I select a specific folder on backup tape(Veritas exec9) to restore a folder on server 2003

    William687710 pointsBadges:
  • Displaying LRECL & BLKSIZE on a File that is on Tape

    While not having a Tape Management System or DITTO or IEBGENER to dump the File. I was needing assitance with how to Display a Logical Record Lnength and blocksize on a File that is on Tape under (Mainframe ) z/OS series using TSO. The file is a CICS Logger.. Thank you in advance.

    Doczee10 pointsBadges:
  • reassign the drives automatically withoput the use of the console

    We have a 525 with 2 tape drives. Our prod backups occur at 1:00 am to savfs and then at 5:00 am the savfs are put to tape Our dev backups occur at 12:00 am to savfs and then when we come in we use the HMC to manually reassign the drives to the 2 dev partitions and the we sav the savfs to tape. My...

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  • What is sequence to erase an SDLT 600 tape so it will accomodate a Full backup?

    Trinig to find steps to allow a full tape to be erased so full backups will run. Differential backups work fine.

    Bertoglio5 pointsBadges:

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