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If you were to do it all over again . . .

We are buying (2) Dell R620 servers and a Dell MD3200 with 2TB storage (Raid 5). On the servers we plan to run VMware Essentials plus and (3) Virtual Servers (SUSE Linux with OES, SUSE Linux with GroupWise 2012 and Windows 2008). The servers will be clustered together. We plan on using our existing Tower Server with our LTO-4 backup drive until we reach it's capacity right now only backup 200GB. We want to do backups to the hard drives of the tower server then push incremental backups to a computer off-site.

If you were going to do this, which backup software would you use and why? Or would you tweak something.

Thanks in advance,
Ken@rlmrlm.com

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SEP sesam might be work checking out, I know it supports all the Novell groupwise / oes / nss products and works properly

THe only thing i'm not sure it will do is the incremental offsite backup

If the server with the tape unit is windows you could just use any windows based incremental backup eg shadowprotect, acronis etc to push the incremental backups offsite

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Hi,

I use a backup solution called "Arkeia" The pricing is good and support is
fantastic. Arkeia will backup everything!

Regards
John

>>> On 24 May 2012 at 03:16, in message

<gleach1.5d1okn@no-mx.forums.novell.com>,
gleach1<gleach1@no-mx.forums.novell.com> wrote:

> SEP sesam might be work checking out, I know it supports all the Novell
> groupwise / oes / nss products and works properly
>
> THe only thing i'm not sure it will do is the incremental offsite
> backup
>
> If the server with the tape unit is windows you could just use any
> windows based incremental backup eg shadowprotect, acronis etc to push
> the incremental backups offsite

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