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Crash Recovery

Timothy DiBenedetto_1
Occasional Advisor

Crash Recovery

Hello,
Could someone please point me to documentation for restore/recovery in the event of hardware crash. Not emergency yet, but there is no recovery plan in house at this time. Pretty scary.
Thank You. Tim.
4 REPLIES
Philip Chan_1
Respected Contributor

Re: Crash Recovery

If you're talking about file system backup and recovery, there is a chapter on "Backup and restoring Data" in the "HPUX System Administration Tasks" document. It basically describes the use of fbackup and frecover.
Bertus Stuiver
Occasional Advisor

Re: Crash Recovery

Hi Tim,

Try Ignite/UX, which normally is available
via www.software.hp.com, but seems to be
unreachable today.

Ignite/UX lets you create a so called recovery tape, which is bootable and
can be used to (even unattended) recover
your system.

Hope this answer your question

Kinds regards,

Bertus Stuiver
Betagraphics
James R. Ferguson
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: Crash Recovery

Hi,

I would advise to look to LVM (disk crash).
Make sure to have every part of your system in duplicate.

For very high availability systems I would recommend working with clusters and using MC/ServiceGuard. (See HP Education)


With regards,
Dieter Degrendele
Dieter@Work