On Thu, Aug 21, 2003, Jean-Pierre Radley wrote:
....Way back when I took an exam to become an SCO OpenDesktop reseller, I>When I first held myself out to be a consultant for SCO Unix products, a
>friend of mine who was already in the game strongly advised me to never
>touch the keyboard of a prospective client which was not running either
>Lone-Tar or BackupEDGE. SCO Operating Systems are justly vaunted for
>their reliability. I'm not sure I'd say as much for the power grid,
>let alone for any parts inside the computer.
failed the part of the test dealing with backups. I wrote then that
anybody who used their brain-dead backup procedures was nuts. I think that
BackupEdge was called CTAR back then.
The cost of the backup software will be recovered the first time somebody
has to do an unscheduled recovery, or perhaps if one just has to
repartition or do a scheduled replacement of a hard drive.
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