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Optimizating remote backup

Hello,

I use ARcserve to backup my Netware servers. In single-server sites, I have Arcserve for Netware and the servers have a dedicated tape drive. Here at HQ, I have a library connected to a Windows server, and my Netware servers have the NWAgent and Open File Agents installed. Aside from the Computer Associates recommendations in the documentation and the generic optimization recommendations on the Support Connection, does anyone have any recommendations for optimization of backup and possible restore? These are typical Dell PowerEdge servers running file and print and GroupWise.

Thanks
Tom
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Re: Optimizating remote backup

Tom,

> I use ARcserve to backup my Netware servers. In single-server sites, I have
> Arcserve for Netware and the servers have a dedicated tape drive. Here at HQ, I
> have a library connected to a Windows server, and my Netware servers have the
> NWAgent and Open File Agents installed. Aside from the Computer Associates
> recommendations in the documentation and the generic optimization
> recommendations on the Support Connection, does anyone have any recommendations
> for optimization of backup and possible restore? These are typical Dell
> PowerEdge servers running file and print and GroupWise.


If you don't get any responses here, you may also want to try posting in
the server-backup group.


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