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Yesterday in a mailing list we had a nice discussion about some “worst practices” we see at some customers about their backup configurations. They inspired me this post about some common-sense you can apply to your backups.
Separation I often found environments where a customer totally relies on the redundancy and resilience of his new shiny SAN, where he configures an area for backup purposes. Among the fancy statements I heard there are “I’ve plenty of space there…” or “my SAN is completely redundant!”. Obviously those statements did not exclude the possibility something can go wrong (maybe even a “trivial” corruption in More >