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GroupWise 2012 installed on site desaster recovery

We GroupWise System 2012 SP2, and I need to install system desaster recovery in two DR sites, I wonder if GroupWise has tools or resources for this kind of redundancy?
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Re: GroupWise 2012 installed on site desaster recovery

In article <Rogerio.Lopes.Alves.5wqk0q@no-mx.forums.novell.com>, Rogerio
Lopes Alves wrote:
> We GroupWise System 2012 SP2, and I need to install system desaster
> recovery in two DR sites, I wonder if GroupWise has tools or resources
> for this kind of redundancy?
>

On option is to have the agents all installed at the remote locations,
and use DBCopy (comes with GroupWise) to incrementally copy the data to
each site.

8th post of this thread has a useful script for this.
https://forums.novell.com/novell-product-discussions/collaboration/group
wise/groupwise-2012/gw2012-install-setup-admin/455580-dbcopy-restore-que
stion.html

VMware's SRM and Novell's BCC are also approaches to look at.


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