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Anyone here have any experience with Veritas Netbackup's Bare Metal Restore - Linux / Unix Administration

To all, My company wants me to evaluate enterprise backup solutions with a focus on disaster recovery. As I am sure most people realize when they do the disaster recovery excercise that even though they do backups it does not necessarily mean that they could easily recover servers in the event of a disaster. So with the new direction of coming up with a new backup strategy that will allow us to easily recover our critical unix servers in a reasonable amount of time (under 24hr). Our Unix environment consists of a couple AIX HACMP clusters and about 20 or ...

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    Default Anyone here have any experience with Veritas Netbackup's Bare Metal Restore

    To all,

    My company wants me to evaluate enterprise backup solutions with a
    focus on disaster recovery. As I am sure most people realize when
    they do the disaster recovery excercise that even though they do
    backups it does not necessarily mean that they could easily recover
    servers in the event of a disaster.

    So with the new direction of coming up with a new backup strategy that
    will allow us to easily recover our critical unix servers in a
    reasonable amount of time (under 24hr). Our Unix environment consists
    of a couple AIX HACMP clusters and about 20 or so Sun servers... So I
    am wondering if anyone has any experience with Netbackup's Bare Metal
    Restore? Does it work as advertised? I look forward to your
    responses.

    Thanks,

    Scott
    VitaminShoppe Industries
    Scott Guest

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    Default Re: Anyone here have any experience with Veritas Netbackup's Bare Metal Restore

    "Scott" <tlalocnjcomcast.net> wrote in message
    news:29aa73e2.0407090553.7fec823posting.google.co m...
    > To all,
    >
    > My company wants me to evaluate enterprise backup solutions with a
    > focus on disaster recovery. As I am sure most people realize when
    > they do the disaster recovery excercise that even though they do
    > backups it does not necessarily mean that they could easily recover
    > servers in the event of a disaster.
    >
    > So with the new direction of coming up with a new backup strategy that
    > will allow us to easily recover our critical unix servers in a
    > reasonable amount of time (under 24hr). Our Unix environment consists
    > of a couple AIX HACMP clusters and about 20 or so Sun servers... So I
    > am wondering if anyone has any experience with Netbackup's Bare Metal
    > Restore? Does it work as advertised? I look forward to your
    > responses.
    >
    > Thanks,
    >
    > Scott
    > VitaminShoppe Industries
    I'm not sure how the bare metal would work. I know that many
    AIX users use the mksysb command.

    Maybe take a look at [url]www.lone-tar.com[/url] to see if they have a solution.



    SFD Guest

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