Block level incremental software backups work fine as the data gets
populated. What I meant to say was the disk array already had the space
consumed and it was not adding to the space in increments.
Thanks for the suggestion of zmanda, we will evaluate if there is a trial
On Mon, May 24, 2010 at 8:09 PM, Niall O Broin <niall at linux.ie> wrote:
> On 24 May 2010, at 14:47, Walter Faleiro wrote:
>> > Need some suggestions on backing up a low performance array to an
> > disk.
> > we have around 10TB (8TB usable) FC array connected to a CentOS system.
> > tried unsuccessfully with a software called Metiix but the volume of data
> > just beyond the means of the software. Now that the data is already
> > populated on the system we need to have a backup via different means.
> > anyone have had success with amanda
>> People are backing up much larger amounts of data than that with Amanda -
> the people at Zmanda have worked with customers backing up > 40TB.
>> > or bacula on such large amount of data which is already populated?
>> Not sure what you mean here - how exactly would you back up unpopulated
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