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- Subject: Re: File Backups
- From: Ed.Haninger(--nospam--at)fluordaniel.com
- Date: Mon, 5 Jan 1998 10:08:00 -0500
We may have a larger scale operation than you do, but here we have about 30 production servers which are backed up each night. The daily backup is an incremental backup, only the changed files are saved, similar to what you do. Each week a full backup is made, every file on the server is copied. The full backups are kept on site with a copy going off-site (San Diego area) for disaster recovery purposes. These full backups are kept for 18 months and then recycled. Ed Haninger Fluor Daniel ______________________________ Reply Separator _________________________________ Subject: Re: File Backups Author: firstname.lastname@example.org_at_-FDInternet at FDINET Date: 01/05/1998 11:04 AM We have had some discussion on hardware for backups, but now I would like to shift the focus to procedure and scheduling. What I would like to see is other's opinions, strategies, etc. on backing up computer files. ....... I would like to hear of a more systematic approach to scheduling backups and using tapes from some of you experienced backuppers (new word). Richard Lewis, P.E.
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