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Backup/Recovery


Articles:
How to implement RAID 5 and RAID 1 with NT Server 1998-05-12
Ftape configuration 1999-05-12
Scheduling backup of directories with tar and cron: 2001-05-03
Simple multi-tape backup with tar / Standby File/Print Server 2001-08-24
SYSLINUX 2001-09-04
Quickie backup over the net with GNU tar 2001-09-29
Using Arkeia for Linux Backup 2001-10-18
Cloning Hard Drives with GNU/Linux 2002-12-25
Mirroring a Website Using rsync 2002-12-29
Checking the Root Filesystem without Rebooting 2003-01-06
Using Dump to Migrate Hard Disks 2003-01-08
Bull-Headed Booting 2003-01-09
Nightly Mirroring via Rsync 2003-01-14
Creating an NT boot disk 2003-07-27
Using the Windows 2000 Recovery Console to Fix NT 2003-07-27
Using Last Known Good Configuration To Restore an NT System 2003-07-27
Creating an NT Emergency Repair Disk 2003-07-27
Recovering an NT System With an Emergency Repair Disk 2003-07-27
Using Tar to Upgrade Your Hard Drive 2004-05-31
The Archive Bit And Incremental Backups on Windows Filesystems 2005-04-10
Creating a Recovery Partition 2005-05-15
Software RAID on Windows 2003 - Part1 2005-08-25
Software RAID on Windows 2003 - Part2 2005-08-25
Software RAID on Windows 2003 - Part3 2005-08-25
Software RAID on Windows 2003 - Part4 2005-08-25
Software RAID on Windows 2003 - Part5 2005-08-25
Open Source Utility to Recover Lost Partitions and Fix Boot Problems 2005-11-03
Restoring Individual Files and Directories with Tar 2005-11-04
Encrypt Offsite Backups Using Ccrypt 2005-11-05
Quick And Dirty Directory Replication Verification 2006-01-19
Rsync Over a Flakey Connection 2006-01-22
Backing Up Windows XP With FreeNAS 2006-03-16
Finding Files Over a Certain Size 2012-09-22
Links:
Bart's Preinstalled Environment (BartPE) bootable live windows CD/DVD
Bart's PE builder creates a bootable CD/DVD ROM from your Windows XP or Windows Server 2003 installation CDs that can then be used for recovery.
Tri-Optic
Vendor for tape library barcode labels.
Bart's Preinstalled Environment (BartPE) bootable live windows CD/DVD
Bart's PE Builder helps you build a "BartPE" (Bart Preinstalled Environment) bootable Windows CD-Rom or DVD from the original Windows XP or Windows Server 2003 installation/setup CD, very suitable for PC maintenance tasks.
Atempo
Cross platform (server *and* client) backup/recovery system that is NAS/SAN capable. They do a good job of explaining how their systems work with the PDF documentation on their site.
AMANDA
Multi-host network backup system, with support for tape changers. Can backup most *NIX systems, and Windows systems over samba.
Syncsort
Their Backup Express software is a nice enterprise backup option for multiple platforms and SAN integration.
Idem file synchronization v2.2 for Windows
Idem automates file synchronization and data replication, yet preserves Macintosh filenames and structures when stored on a Windows NT/2000 server.


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