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Arcserve copy job to another server on another tree?

Hi,

I want to copy some data from one of our servers (server1.tree1) to another
server of ours, on another tree (server2.tree2)

Can ArcServe do this? I cant seem to find any documentation on this? The
"Destination" in Arcserve manager only shows local servers, not any of our
remote sites servers.

If ArcServe can copy to a remote server, how do you specify the remote
server so it shows in the destination?

If you CANNOT due this with ArcServe, any suggestions on how to sync data
from one Netware server to another?
The remote server is connected via. a VPN link, so the bandwidth will never
be superfast and is subject to fluctuation under load.

Any help much appreciated.

Alan


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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Arcserve copy job to another server on another tree?

AS can do copies, it's tucked under the Tools or Utilities menu in the AS
manager from memory

Cheers Dave


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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Arcserve copy job to another server on another tree?

My question was a bit rubbish... I know I can do copies, but the
"destination" does not show any servers on any other sites. How do I specify
a destination that's not listed?

"Dave Parkes" <Dave@Norgren.co.uk> wrote in message
news:xn0fqrjd4d1pg1301k@forums.novell.com...
> AS can do copies, it's tucked under the Tools or Utilities menu in the AS
> manager from memory
>
> Cheers Dave



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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Arcserve copy job to another server on another tree?

Should the same as other restores, tucked under the Networks area at the
bottom of that left hand tree browser. If the server doesn't show up, then
display slp services probably doesn't show the smdr entry for that server
- SLP seems to be what AS uses to find servers

Cheers Dave

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Dave Parkes [NSCS]
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Re: Arcserve copy job to another server on another tree?

Alan Thompson;1568151 wrote:
Hi,

I want to copy some data from one of our servers (server1.tree1) to another
server of ours, on another tree (server2.tree2)

Can ArcServe do this? I cant seem to find any documentation on this? The
"Destination" in Arcserve manager only shows local servers, not any of our
remote sites servers.

If ArcServe can copy to a remote server, how do you specify the remote
server so it shows in the destination?

If you CANNOT due this with ArcServe, any suggestions on how to sync data
from one Netware server to another?
The remote server is connected via. a VPN link, so the bandwidth will never
be superfast and is subject to fluctuation under load.

Any help much appreciated.

Alan
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davenporte007 Absent Member.
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Re: Arcserve copy job to another server on another tree?

DParkes;1569408 wrote:
Should the same as other restores, tucked under the Networks area at the
bottom of that left hand tree browser. If the server doesn't show up, then
display slp services probably doesn't show the smdr entry for that server
- SLP seems to be what AS uses to find servers

Cheers Dave

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Dave Parkes [NSCS]
Occasionally resident at http://support-forums.novell.com/


Why not use Rsync
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Arcserve copy job to another server on another tree?

Because it is easier to use an app you already have ?

Cheers Dave


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bob_kuchta Absent Member.
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Re: Arcserve copy job to another server on another tree?

I am copying data between trees using ARCserve v12 for Windows. The copy destination is under NETWORK/NETWARE SERVICES
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