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Disaster Recovery Methods

Our company is reviewing products to use for our DR requirements, and one of the products we are reviewing is 'Doubletake'. We have a two-node MSCS cluster, running SAP 4.7, SQL 2000, Windows 2003. Does anyone have experience with a product call 'Doubletake" and if so, can you share your thoughts with the product - pros and cons ? Our strategy is using the Doubletake product to have a server offsite, connected via a T1 line - syncing and compression of the data (system load) is a question and if failover is needed, performance over a T1 of recovery SQL log files from the "target" to the "source". We generate approx 3-5 gigs of logs daily - the T1 is not heavily utilized - thanks in advance.

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    Posted on Oct 23, 2007 at 10:57 AM

    Dear friend

    see the following link

    http://www.e-janco.com/drp.htm?gclid=CK_jqO7tpI8CFQsNewodPEc5SA

    shailesh

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