[CentOS] Backup Solutions based on Linux

Joe Polk listuser.jav at gmail.com
Mon Oct 24 17:27:42 UTC 2005


Lot's of good suggestions. I'm currently using Veritas 9.1 and it seems to
stumble a lot. I'm backing up VoIP servers and having almost no success.
Other servers will baulk at running the beagent as well which makes backing
up tough.

On 10/21/05, Barry Brimer <barry.brimer at bigfoot.com> wrote:
>
> Quoting Joe Polk <listuser.jav at gmail.com>:
>
> > I'm having particular issues running Veritas in my Windows environment.
> The
> > agent just seems to baulk on some servers. I've looked into backup
> solutions
> > running on Linux before but there doesn't seem to be much. Is anyone
> > familiar with something that has Windows agents and yet managed by
> Linux?
>
> I recommend Arkeia <http://www.arkeia.com>. The server version is
> developed on
> Linux, for Linux. They have full DR/BMR (for Linux currently, but will
> have
> Windows shortly) and it is fast and inexpensive. It is free for very small
> networks. I've used it previously with +100 Linux servers. They can backup
> Windows and most everything else as well, but the server generally runs on
> Linux.
>
> HTH,
> Barry
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