TSM, extending backup storage
I think about a huge diskpool without migration to tape. Is there a
limitation on the size of the diskpools?
If not, are there things I have not thought about?
The backup-service is separated from the original data by a dedicated
building located 1 Km away from the original!
I think we have a lot of benefits:
* quicker restores
* no waiting for the availability of tapeunits
* less administrative overhead
* migration from disk --> tape
* no reclamation
* less processor use
* the admininistrative window will decrease, so the backup window can
* no ATL
* No tape-units
* Easy exctending of storage capacity
I am aware this is a strange idea, but why not?
Fred de Rooij
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