Are the optical platters old images ? What type of business ?
In most cases you shouldn't need to have more than 7 years online.
Does CM support restoring to the standard IFS structures or only virtual
Just get ready for SLOOOOW IFS backup times after restoring millions of
images unless the Virtual Optical blobs are easier to back up.
You'll probably want a backup strategy where you don't back up the
non-changing stuff very often since it should be static.
We have customers using our WebDocs software where we have replaced CM
installations and they can now store all their images on inexpensive
NAS/SAN disk and can access them directly via NFS shares from the SAN.
Before you go through all the labor of loading up OLD docs make sure the
compliance laws say you have to have them.
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date: Sat, 1 Mar 2014 19:52:33 -0500
from: "franz400" <franz400@xxxxxxx>
subject: Re: appliance and cloud backup
We do not have BRMS, but that is in the plan.
The 2 partitions are currently 750Gb and 2.3Tb with an additional 1.5 Tb
to be restored soon (using Content Manager for images, and
converting what's on optical platters to virtual optical ).
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