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ARCserve Backup " Help to create GFS scheme BrightStor ARC Serve Backup"

ARCserve Backup " Help to create GFS scheme BrightStor ARC Serve Backup"

ARCserve Backup " Help to create GFS scheme BrightStor ARC Serve Backup"

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ARCserve Backup " Help to create GFS scheme BrightStor ARC Serve Backup"

I would appreciate help me to create backups in BrightStor scheme, I am new to this.

Currently I have the following hardware for backup

1 Support Unit with a capacity for 23 400 GB tapes. storage
the idea is to create GFS, using escheme 7 days, but I have no idea how to configure it, I need to create for the day Sunday a full backup of each server to the other day a differential backup, plus every 5 months to backup full monthly .

another question is: when you finish the back with the GFS, every day I can use the same tapes to perform full backup of the database servers?



if there is anyone who can help me I would appreciate much about it, I searched for videos that I can serve but nothing found


regards

RG

RE: ARCserve Backup " Help to create GFS scheme BrightStor ARC Serve Backup"

(OP)
I would appreciate help me to create backups in BrightStor scheme, I am new to this.

Currently I have the following hardware for backup

1 Support Unit with a capacity for 23 400 GB tapes. storage
the idea is to create GFS, using escheme 7 days, but I have no idea how to configure it, I need to create for the day Sunday a full backup of each server to the other day a differential backup, plus every 5 months to backup full monthly .

another question is: when you finish the back with the GFS, every day I can use the same tapes to perform full backup of the database servers?



if there is anyone who can help me I would appreciate much about it, I searched for videos that I can serve but nothing found


regards

RG

RE: ARCserve Backup " Help to create GFS scheme BrightStor ARC Serve Backup"

(OP)
I would appreciate help me to create backups in BrightStor scheme, I am new to this.

Currently I have the following hardware for backup

1 Support Unit with a capacity for 23 400 GB tapes. storage
the idea is to create GFS, using escheme 7 days, but I have no idea how to configure it, I need to create for the day Sunday a full backup of each server to the other day a differential backup, plus every 5 months to backup full monthly .

another question is: when you finish the back with the GFS, every day I can use the same tapes to perform full backup of the database servers?



if there is anyone who can help me I would appreciate much about it, I searched for videos that I can serve but nothing found


regards

RG

RE: ARCserve Backup " Help to create GFS scheme BrightStor ARC Serve Backup"

Sounds like a standard GFS backup in arcserve.... Your full backup every 5 months will have to be a separate job....

When you create the job, in the schedule tab there is an option to use a rotation scheme.

This is the option for GFS. Select this then use the drop down menu to choose which GFS you want. You can customise it to choose which days are full and which days are incremental.



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