Re: [Networker] Independent Full Backup
Let me clear the scenarion,
I am taking a Full Backup Set 1 to be kept at my localtion only for
and I need to take another set Set 2 which I need to trasfer to some remote
location like Chennai
now if I take Set 2 and than incremental backups it will rely on Set2 ( I
dont want this dependency )
for the time being I am taking Full Set1 and than Full Set2 and than
incremental backups which removes dependency on Set1 and I am able to move
Set1 to remote location but these 2 sets are taking a long time so how can
I take Set 1 as independent set without dependency of incremental except
"Maarten Boot (CWEU-USERS/CWNL)" <maarten.boot AT nl.compuware DOT com> on
To: Legato NetWorker discussion <NETWORKER AT LISTMAIL.TEMPLE DOT EDU>,
Subject: Re: [Networker] Independent Full Backup
Sorry if I do not understand your question, but a backup that is
of a full is the full itself.
Separate from that one full backup it will need no dependancies so it is an
independant backup of your data.
Of cource it is dependant on Networker so a real independant backup does
exist in this sense, that would be more a disk copy of your data on a
seperate disk (at least that would be independant of any backup software
still dependant on your Operating system).
Please explain what you mean by independant and on what platform
On Wednesday 13 August 2003 10:01, you wrote:
> Hi Friends,
> I am raising the question again??
> I am using Legato 5.1 server, and want to take an independent backup
> without dependency on Full backup.
> I have tried cloning but it copies full savesets and for a particular
> saveset it sometimes asks for 9-10 tapes so sounds quite inpractical. Any
> option in Legato 5.1 to copy volumes to volumes only.
> Thanks for sparing your precious time.
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