Yes, but that does not get quite to the bare metal back up a Winders box
does while it's running. The fact that recoverability is at best
questionable is of no matter.
The problem we run into with these discussions is comparing two
completely different architectures with each other. Folks want the good
part of a old file based technology (Windows) they spend serious money
supporting to avoid things we just take for granted on IBM i. So the
best route is to exit stage left, and not bother with the discussion
since there is no way to convince the Windows aficionado's that Windows
technology is inferior to start with, therefore not comparable.
Exiting stage left.....
Chief Technical Architect
Agile Technology Architects
On 1/22/2013 1:01 PM, rob@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
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Are you comfortable enough with this?
Using save-while-active with network server storage spaces
With that in mind you should be able to do a save while active of a
I'm no SAN guru on doing back up's that way (if possible).
Isn't there some newer BRMS feature to work with a snapshot of the system?