Re: hard disk crash
From: Jose Tabisi (josetabisi_at_tecnitower.com.ar)
Date: 25 Jul 2003 13:57:30 -0700
We used Jumbo backups, afterwars they were bought by HP. It was not
easy neither reliable (not to mention fast). However I do not want to
start a discussion about them, I wish I had one with me now. Regards.
firstname.lastname@example.orgREMOVE (Bill Vermillion) wrote in message news:<HIL5tp.uAo@wjv.com>...
> In article <email@example.com>,
> Jose Tabisi <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> >Thanks Steve
> >Regarding your post scriptum, it looked like a good solution until it
> >failed. I had bad experiencies with tape backups in the past, of
> >course now I regret not having other backups around.
> Bad tape backups are often caused by 1) poor choice of backup
> device 2) bad care of media 3) improper maitenance.
> A good device, with media properly cared for, and regular cleaning
> will quite often mean that you change the tape backup device
> because it is too small for your needs.
> Care to mention the problem you had with tape backups?