on 00/07/27 Matthew Tevenan at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

> New Media backups! That's what they're for. From the Retrospect User's
> Guide:
> When Retrospect performs a new media backup, it makes a new backup set (with
> a name similar to the old one) using a new or erased CD, disk, or tape or a
> new directory for an Internet backup set. This allows the original backup
> set and its catalog to remain intact for long-term storage in a safe place.
> The new backup set catalog and the new media member (or directory) are each
> named with a number in sequence, such as ³Office Net [001]² and ³1-Office
> Net [001]².

Thanks. Everything becomes clear now...

Ben Lawson <mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
I.T. Manager, FCB Canada Ltd.

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