• Subject: RE: Pandemonium at Hot-sites
  • From: John P Carr <jpcarr@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 28 Sep 1999 22:26:44 -0400

BTW,   Has anyone ever;

1.  Actually saved an NT with Sql Server   "Disk Image"  and successfully
did a restore?  

2.  Been able to find a "Hot Site" that had the same PC server hardware,
drivers, Software, etc.?
        The AS/400 is bad enough,  But the myrad of stuff for PC servers I
would think would be harder.

        "I'm sorry,   We can't that piece of hardware,  it's been obsolete
for 6 months now. etc "

John Carr

>TEST TEST TEST RE-DOCUMENT until ANYONE can manage/do the DR
>Kirk Goins
>Pacific Information Systems

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Peter H. O'Connor [SMTP:PHOC@compuserve.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, September 28, 1999 1:53 PM
> Subject:      Pandemonium at Hot-sites
> Hundreds of companies were forced to go to Hot-Sites by Hurricane
> Floyd. 
> Now, they had to recover their systems.  Unfortunately, 85% of these
> companies had a 2nd disaster at the Hot-site; their systems were not
> rebuild correctly.  Most companies (75% of the 85%) did NOT know that

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