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folder BRU Error Codes (4)
A complete list of the error codes that you may see from BRU, BRU Server, BRU LE, BRU Workstation, and BRU Desktop.


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document Setting Up Global Exclusions With The BRUXPAT File
Using special characters to exclude files and folders from BRU Server backups One of the most difficult things with managing a backup system is the ever changing needs of what data is to be backed up and what data is to be ignored.  Many backup administrators have found it easier to let the...
rating 2008-08-22 13:36:50 Views: 15221
document Tape Drive and Cartridge Compatibility Matrix
Tape Drive and Tape Cartridge Compatibility Matrices This article is to clear up confusion and provide information for LTO, DAT/DDS and AIT tape device users about the types of media that can be used in their drives, as well as what abilities the tape drive has when specific media is...
rating 2008-08-21 18:05:35 Views: 36784
document Big Endian vs. Little Endian. What does this mean?
[Note: This was originally written for "FYI", the internal newsletter for the worldwide software engineering departments of Dendrite International] Usually, the first thing a programmer who is used to larger machines says when encountering a Intel-based system is, "Why do they...
rating 2008-02-15 10:00:12 Views: 16227
document What does 'Connection Reset by Peer' mean?
What does it mean? A connection was forcibly closed by a peer. This normally results from a loss of the connection on the remote socket due to a timeout or a restart. On a datastream socket, the connection was reset. This reset could be generated locally by the network system when it detects a...
rating 2008-01-09 11:56:11 Views: 26102
document What are TapeAlert messages and the T10 error codes?
TapeAlert is a standard for devices to report diagnostic messages to the controlling application. A "No TapeAlert Messages" response is a good thing. There are three severity levels of tape alert messages: Informational (for example, you may have tried to load a cartridge type...
rating 2008-01-08 10:47:38 Views: 19571
document How to get OS X to mount drives on boot rather than login and leave them mounted when you logout
When you logout of Mac OS X or reboot (and have not logged in yet), all locally attached volumes are, by default, unmounted.  This includes FireWire, USB, and other attached drives.  If you use BRU to backup to these drives, then you may experience the . The Mac OS X mount problem has
rating 2007-11-19 10:32:18 Views: 41274
document I get '[W010] block sequence error' in my backups. What causes this?
When backing up, BRU keeps track of the blocks that it writes to for both disk and tape.  When this warning message occurs, BRU skipped a sequential block. number on the file that it indicates in the message.  Here is the official error description: [W010] filename: warning - block...
Not rated 2007-11-15 12:45:05 Views: 16269
document Does BRU perform Synthetic Backups?
No.  BRU, BRU LE, and BRU Server do not perform synthetic backups. Each BRU archive is a completely separate entity from any other archive.  With a synthetic full, the loss of any component of the synthesis process results in no backup, which of course means no restore. How is this...
Not rated 2007-11-12 12:48:58 Views: 14140
document Tape Drive Performance Figures
Tape Drive Performance Figures Quite often, people purchase a new backup application with the idea that it will help them improve the throughput of data between their system and their backup device. Quite often, however, they are disappointed to discover that the new application is no faster than...
rating 2007-11-06 11:29:17 Views: 20471
document How do I calculate the time it will take to backup my data?
Length of Backup Time Explained A common question about backup is "how long should my backup take?" Well, we have a mathematical formula for you that will give you an approximate time frame of how long your backup should take you. Don't want to figure this out by hand? Then use...
rating 2007-10-16 09:37:39 Views: 24898
document How can appending multiple backups save tape?
Appending Multiple Backups Saves Tape Quite often, a user's data amount for backup is much less than the capacity of a single tape. If you're only backing up 1GB on a 50GB tape, it is a bit wasteful to place a single
rating 2007-10-03 08:45:45 Views: 11813
document What are the different types of network connections and how fast are each of them?
Network Connection Speeds Curious about just how fast your network should be or what the top speed of different networks are?  Well, here's a short but simple list of the most popular network connection speeds.  These are top speeds and actual connection
rating 2007-10-03 08:34:55 Views: 29720
document Image based backups versus file-by-file backups. Competitive or Complimentary Technologies?
Image-based Backup Versus File by File Backup Competitive or Complimentary Technologies? Methods of System Backup When backing up data from a computer system, there are many different methods available. Some more reliable than others.
rating 2007-10-02 21:45:24 Views: 12330
document How do logical backups simplify restores?
Logical Backups Simplify Restores Large Unix Filesystem Backups Complicate Single File Restores. As the size of the average Unix filesystem grows to capacities exceeding multiple gigabytes (GB), restoring a single file from a normal tape device becomes
rating 2007-10-02 21:38:26 Views: 11893
document What is disk staging and how is it implemented?
Disk Staging (Disk-to-Disk-to-Tape) The Challenge - To minimize the interruption of normal system activity while, at the same time, providing mechanisms to protect and reliably restore data lost when either the primary server
rating 2007-10-02 21:31:33 Views: 18762



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