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De : Herbert Poetzl
Date :04/16/2014 19:00 (GMT-05:00)
À : Lasalle Daniel
Cc : firstname.lastname@example.org
Objet : Re: [vserver] VPS Restoration using Symantec BackupExec
On Wed, Apr 16, 2014 at 07:18:31PM +0000, DLASALLE@barreau.qc.ca wrote:
> My organisation has been using Symantec Backup Exec for doing
> the backups of our VPSes. Now our server died and we are having
> troubles restoring the backup from the tape. Would anybody have
> any experience with such setup?
Maybe you could elaborate what the problems are?
> If not, would you happen to have the best practices for
> backing up Vserver VPSes on tape (which is hosted on a Windows
I wouldn't think of putting the tape drive on a windows
machine, but to make that work you probably want to have
an archive file per guest, like a .tar so that the windows
platform only has to backup this single file (similar for
> All that I am able to find are rsync and scp/nfs solutions.
Any archive format should be fine, as long as it handles
attributes and ownerships properly.
For tape (on Unix/Linux) besides the obvious tar, there
is also cpio and for ext2/3 dump/restore, which all can
handle tape drives properly.
> Lastly, yes, I am fully aware of all of the technical constraints.
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> P Avant l'impression, pensez-y... Est-ce vraiment nécessaire?
Received on Thu Apr 17 00:11:40 2014