[CentOS] [OT] Bacula offsite replication

Thu Jul 2 08:43:12 UTC 2020
John Pierce <jhn.pierce at gmail.com>

I setup drbd to replicate a ~50TB backuppc hive to the DR copy, an
identical box in a different DC on the same campus, with approximately gigE
speeds, and ran this for a year or two.   It worked well enough but
required babysitting from time to time.   Both nodes were mdraid lvm
logical volumes formatted as a single huge xfs on centos.  I never
automated the failover as it never failed, and as a dev/test backup, 8 hour
response seemed adequate

On Thu, Jul 2, 2020, 1:22 AM Alessandro Baggi <alessandro.baggi at gmail.com>

> Il 01/07/20 17:13, Leroy Tennison ha scritto:
> > I realize this shouldn't happen, the file is a tgz and isn't being
> modified while being transmitted.  This has happened maybe three times this
> year and unfortunately I've just had to deal with it rather than invest the
> time to do the research.
> >
> >
> > Harriscomputer
> >
> > Leroy Tennison
> > Network Information/Cyber Security Sp
> Hi Leroy,
> I think that in my case I could not use a tgz archive. I'm speaking
> about full backups that reach 600/700GiB, compressing them and then
> rsync them could take so much time that it will be useless.
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