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March 13, 2008

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Hey Jason, I just started watching your blog. You run more of an enterprise environment than I'm expecting to have to deal with for a while -- but it's interesting nonetheless. I may start a blog in the next year or so about my experiences helping the folks in our church fix their personal systems.

Anyway, I was surprised to see that you use tapes for your backups. Why not big hard drives? Seems like that would save a bunch of time. Admittedly, I'm not an IT guy (I'm a chip guy). Nor do I know anything about MozyPro.

regards,
Psalm 115:1,
andy

Hi Andy,

Yes, we do use a large 8TB array for Disk-to-Disk backups before we spin off to tape. But if the church is blown off the map all we have to rely on are the tapes at my home :)

Jason

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