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Re: Help with XFS

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Subject: Re: Help with XFS
From: Stan Hoeppner <stan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 18 Jun 2010 08:00:50 -0500
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Thomas Førde put forth on 6/18/2010 7:30 AM:
> they have all the data in tape, but not the processed data, so that has to 
> be redone, will take about  15-30 days work to get updated.
> ill see if we can rebuild a different SAN with mirror functionalityt, y 
> have 384x300GB disk in my SAN, so it should be possible.

Heheh.  Well, scratch my Nexsan recommendation then.

With that much free space on your SAN arrays, one wonders why you didn't
already have some kind of tar'd or other backup of the processed data...


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