[CentOS] Can anyone suggest a decent backup system?

Thu Sep 16 12:23:51 UTC 2010
David Milholen <dmilholen at wletc.com>

  Freenas is the way do it.
Very simple and fast to get up and running on most hardware platforms.  
Supports E-sata,USB, IDE, RAID configurations.
Can use an old pc laying around but recommend more up2date hardware to 
meet the demands of a large system.
Dual GigE ports with mtu modified will push/pull more bandwidth than 
most needs required.


On 9/16/2010 3:34 AM, Kevin Thorpe wrote:
>    Hi all,
> We have a bit of a problem with backups. We've been using bacula to tape
> and now trying to disk but it's a complete nightmare as regards tape
> management. The backup to file storage went ok for ages and now is stuck
> 'waiting for max storage jobs' which is odd as that's set to 20 and it's
> the only backup running. That's totally typical of bacula.
> Can anyone suggest a simple backup package for us? Essentially a single
> server, full backup to tape every day. We don't need tape management as
> we're fully capable of reading the written label on the tape ourselves.
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