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    Default Does Dedupe Fastback DR hub really require TSM?

    I would like to make use of the Fastback dedupe facility - I also want to have a Fastback DR hub.

    I'm reading the Fastback 6.1.1.0 manual, which seems to say that TSM is required to store the dedupe Fastback DR hub data.

    Do I understand correctly?

    Many Thanks,
    =Adrian=

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    Default Check this document on the subejct

    Hello Adrian,


    I have found a document within IBM web Site (I do not have the URL) titled
    Best practice for FastBack WAN deduplication disaster recovery procedure
    (23 pages) whose first edition is June 2011, that very clearly explain all this subject. I do recommed that you read it, look for it within IBM site. Nicolas Perez de Arenaza.


    Quote Originally Posted by adavis View Post
    I would like to make use of the Fastback dedupe facility - I also want to have a Fastback DR hub.

    I'm reading the Fastback 6.1.1.0 manual, which seems to say that TSM is required to store the dedupe Fastback DR hub data.

    Do I understand correctly?

    Many Thanks,
    =Adrian=

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    Adrian,
    the referred document is published in the fastback wiki.
    https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/m...st%20Practices

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