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Re: OS Level Backup Solution Dec 19 2012 05:38AM
Amit Bhardwaj (meet d difference amit23 gmail com) (4 replies)
RE: OS Level Backup Solution Dec 20 2012 04:50PM
Guy Goodenough (GGoodenough gaithersburgmd gov) (1 replies)
RE: OS Level Backup Solution Dec 20 2012 05:37PM
Joseph Laico (LAICO 0IS US) (1 replies)
RES: OS Level Backup Solution Dec 21 2012 11:21AM
Samuel Riesz (samuel cecred coop br)
Re: OS Level Backup Solution Dec 19 2012 10:26PM
josef (meineanschrift yahoo de)
Re: OS Level Backup Solution Dec 19 2012 01:42PM
Matthew Caron (Matt Caron redlion net)
Re: OS Level Backup Solution Dec 19 2012 11:25AM
Jeffrey Walton (noloader gmail com)
On Wed, Dec 19, 2012 at 12:38 AM, Amit Bhardwaj
<meet.d.difference.amit23 (at) gmail (dot) com [email concealed]> wrote:
> Hello All,
>
> We are using Linux, Mac, Solaris and Windows in our network and OS
> Lab. Please suggest me a software/product(that also includes hardware)
> to take OS level backup of all the above mentioned OS. I am open for
> freeware as well as propreitory solution.
>
> I require following things to be automated:
>
> a) Incremental/complete backup of OS and its content. I believe it
> should be an image based just like Xenserver but i cant install
> xenserver as bare metal here cause these servers are important and
> running in production environment.
>
> b) Automated backup and alert after backup completion or any problem
> while taking backup
>
> c) Easy to use GUI and very quick configuration fields.
>
> d) Restoring should also be equally easy.
>
> I have checked internet and have found Bacula as possible solution but
> i am not sure if it takes OS level backup as i have mentioned above or
> not.
Backup Exec?

The reporting server was written in Java, so it was a debug-everywhere
application. Other than Java compatibility problems on utility
servers, Backup Exec was fairly trouble free.

Do you plan on using tapes (perhaps LTOs) or a disk based SAN?
Faulty/tired/worn out tapes used to cause most of problems we saw in
the field.

For completeness, I have not used Backup Exec since the
8.0/9.0/10.0/11.0 days. 1|2|3 TB SANs were still expensive back then,
so we used tapes where folks now turn to SANs. The data center had
1000 or 1500 servers or so. A lot has likely changed.

Jeff

> On Mon, Dec 10, 2012 at 9:59 AM, Amit Bhardwaj
> <meet.d.difference.amit23 (at) gmail (dot) com [email concealed]> wrote:
>> Hello All,
>>
>> We are using Linux, Mac, Solaris and Windows in our network and OS
>> Lab. Please suggest me a software/product(that also includes hardware)
>> to take OS level backup of all the above mentioned OS. I am open for
>> freeware as well as propreitory solution.
>>
>> I require following things to be automated:
>>
>> a) Incremental/complete backup of OS and its content. I believe it
>> should be an image based just like Xenserver but i cant install
>> xenserver as bare metal here cause these servers are important and
>> running in production environment.
>>
>> b) Automated backup and alert after backup completion or any problem
>> while taking backup
>>
>> c) Easy to use GUI and very quick configuration fields.
>>
>> d) Restoring should also be equally easy.
>>
>> I have checked internet and have found Bacula as possible solution but
>> i am not sure if it takes OS level backup as i have mentioned above or
>> not.
>>
>> Seeking your help and advise.

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