The data pool was restored after one hour and 36 minutes, this time without the verifying process.
During the restoration process, users also have to select the drive and the path they want to employ.
The software is careful: Existing data is not overwritten automatically.
A report summarizes the restoration process.
Disaster Recovery: Can't Do It Without The CD
In order to create a solution for complete data loss (e.g., RAID defect), users of Dantz Retrospect have to generate a Disaster Recovery CD. The affected computer needs to be booted from this CD, so that Retrospect can completely restore the backup set onto the streamer. Having a complete system backup is, however, the prerequisite for that. Users can generate that backup by selecting several options with the Backup Wizard.
- Security Approaches
- Does Emergency Data Recovery Work Properly?
- The Linear Method Or Helical Scan
- Data Compression: Optimistic Specifications
- 8 mm / Mammoth / AIT
- Test Object: Tandberg SLR75
- Test Scenario: Backing Up 28.4 GB Of Usage Data
- The Backup Process
- The Dress Rehearsal: Restoring Data
- The Future: Minimize Sources Of Error