[OpenAFS] TSM and AFS

Andrew Bacchi bacchi@rpi.edu
27 Sep 2005 11:21:52 -0400


Yes it is expensive.  RPI is working toward a solid disaster recovery
plan.  We consider our cell to be mission critical, as it isn't only
user disk being served.

Getting the entire cell up and running in the shortest time is important
to us, and we're making progress in that area.  I see disk managed
backup as our best solution.

On Tue, 2005-09-27 at 09:29, Eric Sturdivant wrote:

> The only thing we can think to do at this point is to throw disk at the 
> problem, and keep as much of the dumps on disk as possible. (This, of 
> course, is expensive...)
> -- 
> Eric Sturdivant
> University of Maryland
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Andrew Bacchi
Staff Systems Programmer
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
phone: 518 276-6415  fax: 518 276-2809