Hey, new to the forum,
I currently run the following:
2014 Mac mini
Lacie 5big Thunderbolt 1 - 8TB (4TB useable, 4TB for backup)
I use this setup to run
Wireless computer backups
Wireless phone backups
Wireless iTunes sync
Wired Security camera recordings
I am running a ESX 7 server with a couple of VM's. I also use vCenter and VeeAM. Running on a SM X9SRL-F, 2690V2, 192GB and and SSD at the moment. Will transfer to synology connect by a 10Gbit Mellanox (SCSI).
My problem is when i create a backup of my PFSense VM, after 20 minutes (give of...
So first off, sorry, I saw quite a few other threads on backup software, but I wasn't able to find anyone I needed. Sorry for adding another one.
The critical feature that I'm looking for is the ability to do incremental backups to a drive on another machine on the same network, but WITHOUT...
Retooling my backup solution to have more space and failover potential.
I have 2 1U servers left over from an older project both identical with 4 3.5" bays. I am wanting to have a somewhat large network backup target. Mainly for accessible archived storage for potential later use. I have a few...
Background: I have a media server that's been offline for a while. It has several disks between 1TB-3TB (JBOD) and room to add more. I built it to simply store all my CD, DVD and BrD rips. I played the files on an HTPC so transcoding wasn't an issue - but I retired the HTPC some time ago and I...
In this thread, I posted pics of my recently-rebuilt home server. Now that the hardware part is done (maybe?), I'm thinking it's time to revisit the OS/software side. So I'm soliciting feedback.
I don't think anything is really broken, but mostly non-optimal due to having grown up...
hi for my company i would like to backup a folder with all client data to the QnapNAS and retain changes and deleted files like this:
daily changes for 31 days
monthly changes for 12 months
yearly changes for 7-10 years
so the folder structure should look like this:
Thanks to some great help on STH, my home server is taking shape. I'd value your tuppences on how I should configure backups for a _reasonable_ degree of protection. I'm planning on using crashplan (free edition) for the back ups.
For most of my media, the backup is essentially a clone of the...
OK... so all of the windows machines in the house back up to their own little CIFS share on my file server (linux), and then get shunted off to airgapville.
This causes a problem with system images, the VHDs of which are frequently huge single files. Tools like rsync are meant to be able to do...