Backup and Restore Practices for Sun Enterprise Servers by Stan Stringfellow

By Stan Stringfellow

Backup & repair Practices for solar company Servers is a pragmatic consultant for IT agencies tasked with enforcing or revamping a backup/restore structure to serve modern-day high-volume, dispensed software environments. Backup & fix Practices for sunlight firm Servers addresses concerns resembling scalability and function of the backup/restore structure, standards for choosing instruments and applied sciences, and key tradeoffs to think about. The authors offer particular, real-world case stories, a start-to-finish method, instance runbooks, and entire technical directions for making plans backup architectures that meet certain provider degrees. For all process and community directors operating solar firm Servers.

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In a large organization, the backup catalog can reach hundreds of Mbytes in size. Members of TechEvolve staff have been working with VERITAS, suggesting that the backup catalog be implemented as a database. They believe VERITAS has been receptive, and they may proceed in that direction. ) Architecting Tape Storage To implement their backup and restore architecture, TechEvolve is currently using a combination of directly attached tape libraries and tape drives, along with networked backup servers.

It is also cheaper and more efficient from a service and support standpoint. For example, larger libraries provide more hot-plug features. Larger libraries are also easier to share among backup servers because of their higher speeds and greater capacities. For example, in the old architecture, the company did not share libraries between NetApp servers and other servers. Currently, they are still using dedicated NetApp libraries. But this will change as more of the larger libraries are brought online.

The Mammoth 8 mm drive provides a native transfer rate of 12 Mbyte/sec with a compressed mode transfer rate of at least 30 Mbyte/sec. The STK 9840 drive, which competes with the IBM 3590 drive, provides a native transfer rate of 9 Mbyte/sec with a burst rate of 40 Mbyte/sec. A double-speed version of the STK 9840 drive is pending at the time of this writing. The DLT 7000 provides a native transfer rate of 5 Mbyte/sec. Linear Tape-Open (LTO) technology offers a native transfer rate of 12 to 15 Mbyte/sec.

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