Re: Can I send one file to two pools?

2001-05-01 16:41:36
Subject: Re: Can I send one file to two pools?
From: Joe Faracchio <brother AT SOCRATES.BERKELEY DOT EDU>
Date: Tue, 1 May 2001 13:37:47 -0700
Did you at all consider COPYPOOLs? Or are you unaware of them?

Copypools were made for DR.  Just setup a rotational plan to send
tapes out as the fill up and reclam on weekends all the ones that get too
fragemented during the week.

Call me if you liked to here what we do.

On the other hand if you need something more 'archival' in nature then use

or both if you need both!


Joseph A Faracchio,  Systems Programmer, UC Berkeley
Private mail on any topic should be directed to :
   joef AT socrates.berkeley DOT edu

On Tue, 1 May 2001, Adams, Tracy wrote:

> I want to send the file to one pool for retention based on the data, but he
> second copy I want for DR retention on a five day cycle.
> This is all coming down to DR and hot site recovery... I am trying to ask
> the questions simply instead of immediately broaching the $1,000,000
> question of "how do you handle DR?"
> Thanks,
> Tracy
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Richard Sims [mailto:rbs AT BU DOT EDU]
> Sent: Tuesday, May 01, 2001 2:25 PM
> Subject: Re: Can I send one file to two pools?
> >Anybody know a clever way to do this?
> One sorta way: Caching, in a storage pool hierarchy.
> Otherwise: Backup Stgpool.
> But I think we'd like to hear what your requirements are
> to better advise.
>   Richard Sims, BU