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09.12.2003 11:15:00
There is a problem: it is necessary to periodically send in another city large amounts of data, up to 200 GB.

For these purposes will be used DDS4 tape drive and ntbackup program to send the tape and there they will recover much they want.

Is it a good solution in terms of performance (I do not know how long it takes to record on a tape 40GB files to 1, 5 MB) and in general if it will restore the files to an arbitrary location of the file system?

Feet please do not kick, t. To. To date with streamers only worked through the ufsdump commands and ufsrestore, how it will be under win2k represent bad.

Looking nothing specifically about copying files found
09.12.2003 15:34:00
-Dolgo You'll be back up 200GB on a date, it is better DLT / SDLT / LTO / AIT
- to get, if you use the same software and OSes, and here and there compatible
tych www. tapedrive. ru
09.12.2003 17:20:00

And what kind of data? (Text database)?
09.12.2003 22:48:00
audio files (wav, 11 kHz, mono)
10.12.2003 4:35:00

IMHO, LTO will help you. Dear they are true. And drives and tape them. But the thing is cool!
10.12.2003 10:42:00

Then on the compression you can not count
10.12.2003 11:49:00


And just to carry on the HDD?
11.12.2003 4:24:00

Why is not necessary? Vava huddle good standard means drives themselves. . . Like even DATs is able. . .
11.12.2003 10:16:00

A DVD-RW, and you have a DVD-reader on the side? Or, if the exchange is a two-way, two pisalka?
11.12.2003 16:59:00

Oops, sorry. . . overlooked toe. . . I shut up. . . Sorry. . .
Bl @ who used me banned?
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