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Bmr

Discussion in 'Bare-Metal Restore' started by valen Henningham, Aug 14, 2008.

  1. valen Henningham

    valen Henningham Newcomer

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    Has anyone done a Solaris 10 client BMR? If so, please point me to the relevalent info..
     
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    moon-buddy ADSM.ORG Moderator

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    Honestly, having a Jump Start environment is the more positive way to go.

    However, for the one-offs, what I do is load a minimum OS on the DR server, load the TSM client and do the required restores. Just remember to have the bare install at the same OS release level of the Production server.
     
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    nezih ADSM.ORG Senior Member

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    I use cristie bmr for mah solaris 10's... it's backup your solaris to tsm and you can recover it from tapes
     
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    Storix has a TSM integrated DR/BMR solution and just added Solaris support (both 9 and 10, sparc and x86). It really is a one-step process and good for migration to different hardware configs too.
     

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