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Full disaster recovery

ja954

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Anyone ever had to recover from a full TSM server crash? If so how long did it take and how many clients did you have?? Thanks in advance.
 

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We recovered our TSM server in 3 hours. Our database is 36 gb, 78 clients.
 

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I've just finished going through a full DR cycle for TSM and it's clients, the server itself can be back within 1-2 hours from the point NT is finished installing. Our database is only small 9gb currently and I backup 12 netware servers and our exchange server totalling about 2-300gb of data a day.

Once you actually peel away all the rubbish thats in the DR course and documentation and get away from using most of the automated scripts the DRM gives you it's remarkably easy and quick to do.



..........Rikk
 

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The Spectrum Protect TLA (Three-Letter Acronym): ISP or something else?

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