Re: TWO TSM SERVERS
Perhaps you should investigate setting up a copypool with
DEVC=server. When you then do "ba stg primary copy" the backup goes to a
virtual volume on ServerB. I haven't tried virtual volumes in this way,
but I use them for "ba db type=full". That way I get a single tape for
each week's dump and incrementals.
At 01:56 AM 9/27/2001 +0200, you wrote:
I have two TSM Servers.
Each one of them has a library attached.
They are on two different locations (lets say A and B)
I want to backup all my clients in server A, but I also want to keep a
copy of those files on server B.
This is intended for redundancy purposes, and it is also intended to
avoid a courier carrying tapes among locations.
Is it possible to do this?
I've never worked with Virtual Volumes, and I dont know if they are the
solution for this schema.
I've also read about EXPORT and IMPORT data (also using Virtual
Volumes), but I think by doing this could be a very heavy process on a
daily basis, since Im going to export ALL data already backed up and
not only the changes.
I dont want to use Copy Storage Pools since I have to recreate first
all the tapes that could be destroyed and then restore.
Thanks in advance.
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