Yes it is easy. It is pretty efficient. Don't
get all the fulls scheduled for the same time. You are right, fulls are
That is one of the reasons I like IBMs TSM (not free, by
any stretch of the imagination), because it does 'incremetals
It is database intensive though. (Not a seller or even IBM
stockholder, just an admin with good luck with TSM over many
“Predictions Are Difficult…Especially When They Are
About The Future”
First of all, awesome back up program. I love the flexibility
I was curious as to back up routines you all were
running on a medium (~40 client set up) sized network.
I am starting with
a 750 GB drive (mirrored with raid 1). I have done some tests with clients
and most full backups are less then 5gig...most actually being half that and
some way more.
I have tried my best to use all the variables backuppc
offers and looked into funky arrays, but need some other insights!
I was thinking full backups every 30 days, incrementals every night...
but wasn't sure how efficient that would be and quite frankly it seems too
Any suggestions of variables are welcome :) thanks!
Lyle Scott, III