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Re: enterprise backup system recommendations



We have been using Veritas backup exec. Its been in the company since I had started here some 5 years ago and its never worked 100% It backups for windows/solaris/linux. I must have spent like 3 years trying to fix the problem. We never bought any support contract with it when it was bought becuase it like was like $50 just to call them and open an issue. But at the end of the day it does what we need and we are happy with it now.


David

Johan Booysen wrote:
AMANDA is a great piece of software, although I found it somewhat tricky
to set up at first (the Nabble forums for AMANDA helped me out a lot).

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[mailto:redhat-list-bounces redhat com] On Behalf Of nilesh vaghela
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Subject: Re: enterprise backup system recommendations

I think AMANDA is right answer.

For small network you can try BACKPPC or BACULA.

On 9/18/07, Anne Moore <diabeticithink yahoo com> wrote:
Hi All

I was wondering what you are all using for your enterprise wide backup

solutions. We actually don't have a solutions in place technically (I just back up everything to network shares).

We have money now to purchase a robotic tape library and tapes, but we

are not sure what has a solid working reputation that is compatible with Unix/Linux and Windows boxes.

What robotic library tape systems are you using? Would you recommend
it?
Thanks for your help.

Anne
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