>4x additional drives for the original SuperStar. Once the messy stuff is
>done I end up with a DD7000 as a doorstop, 1x 300gb Superstar + hot spare,

If you want to get rid of your "doorstop", just let me know.  
I will gladly take it off your hands :)

>Somewhat briefer: I want to get my new RAID in place, but don't want to
>start a new backup to the DLT. Retro logs in as an admin and backs up
>partitions rather than sharepoints (saves on sessions). If I give the new
>RAID identical partition names and transfer all data 'to the same place',
>bearing in mind the ASIP Mac will be absolutely unchanged, will I be able to
>continue my incremental backup as normal or will the data be marked as
>modified? Does anyone have advise on how to minimise the risk of

I recently went from backing up my ASIP server directly 
(Retrospect running on the same machine as the server)
to running Retrospect on a seperate machine and backing up the server as a retrospect 

Although the snapshots changed (since the volumes locations are different), the
incremental backups continued without replicating data, so you should be fine.

Philip Chonacky, IS Manager
Barrett Companies
ph. (617) 577-9500
fx. (617) 577-1010

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