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legato networker is what I use.  Tape drive, that really depends on what
is in your budget.

Jason Dale wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I know this is actually an Enterprise Linux
> question, but I am not receiving a response
> anywhere else.
>
> I am looking for an excellent hardware and software
> tape backup solution for Red Hat linux that can
> be ideal for server specs similar to those below:
>
> * Compaq 360 G3 (2Gig Memory, 2 * 3GB Processors,
>                  2 * 18 GB Disk Drives)
>
> * Compaq 7000 (1 Gig Memory, 2-4 Processors, RAID-5
>                Hotswappable Disk Bay with up to 9 disk
>                slots.)
>
> In otherwords, the "best" tape drive (storage size
> can vary) combined with the "best" software package that
> has the following:
>
>    - An EASY TO USE GUI interface
>    - support for most tape drives
>    - Highly customizeable: full to incremental backups,
>      promtps users for tapes, etc.
>    - Can support backup and restore to and from archives.
>    - Can support backups to hard drives local and/or
>      network hard drives and SMB share locations. Must
>      be able to restore from these locations
>
> This must be a commercial hardware and software
> recommendation, because we need the support, ease
> of use, stability, etc. This stuff will be used on
> a platinum mine, and we need a top-notch solution.
> Freeware products don't have support, and they require
> you to be a rocket scientist)
>
> Thanks :)
>
> Jason
>
>
>
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