[kwlug-disc] big backup?
unsolicited at swiz.ca
Wed Mar 6 13:12:08 EST 2013
Things like this,
http://kingwin.com/products/cate/mobile/racks/kf_4001_bk.asp, can help
Some search terms that may help, lest you drown:
- 'hot swap', which should usually mean drive doors out the front so you
(or a grunt) can change a drive without opening up a case. [I consider
'hot swap' theoretical, beyond that physical aspect.]
- 5in3 or 5in4
- hdd 'cage'
- trayless (although it seems like once you go trayless, you tend to
lose front display elements, such as blinky lights when -that-
particular drive is accessed.)
Maybe each remote site only needs one or two bays
(http://kingwin.com/products/cate/mobile/racks/kf_1000_bk.asp), while it
may be helpful to you, as the creator of the drives, to have more.
Couple notes to self:
- product lines change. Additional trays may not be later available for
racks purchased today. (Don't even think about alternate manufacturers,
after the first purchase - they won't be interchangeable.)
- even within the same manufacture different products may not be able to
use the other's trays. Verify, before purchase.
On 13-03-06 12:30 PM, Bob Jonkman wrote:
> Andrew Mercer joked:
>> Why don't you ship a hard drive with next day service to the client
>> and get them to ship it back
> Randall Monroe writes: "If you want to transfer a few hundred gigabytes
> of data, it’s generally faster to FedEx a hard drive than to send the
> files over the internet. This isn’t a new idea—it’s often dubbed
> SneakerNet—and it’s how Google transfers large amounts of data internally."
> Bob Jonkman <bjonkman at sobac.com> http://sobac.com/sobac/
> SOBAC Microcomputer Services Phone: +1-519-669-0388
> 6 James Street, Elmira ON Canada N3B 1L5 Cell: +1-519-635-9413
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> On 13-03-06 11:17 AM, Andrew Mercer wrote:
>> You are probably mostly concerned with network bandwidth getting
>> saturated during the day, correct? If that is the case then I don't
>> think nice/ionice will help as they will set priority for processes on
>> how much CPU and disk they have access to. Why don't you ship a hard
>> drive with next day service to the client and get them to ship it back :)
>> On 2013-03-06 10:59, Joe Wennechuk wrote:
>>> what about ionice? would this help me run it all day instead of just
>>> night time?
>>>> To: kwlug-disc at kwlug.org
>>>> Date: Wed, 6 Mar 2013 10:01:50 -0500
>>>> From: andrew at andrewmercer.net
>>>> Subject: Re: [kwlug-disc] big backup?
>>>> I believe if an rsync processes is killed it will pick up where it left
>>>> the next time the command is run again, but you may want to use the
>>>> --partial option. You could also suspend the running job into the
>>>> background (ctrl+z) and resume it the next night with fg (run the
>>>> command to see your suspended job).
>>>> On 2013-03-06 09:53, Joe Wennechuk wrote:
>>>>> I have to do some remote backups some are around 220 Gb. How would I
>>>>> rsync them over consecutive nights from 8pm - 6am.
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