cobalt

2000-03-07 Thread jakob krabbe
I haven't really been following the thread in a long time... But i did notice retrospect client is not valible for Unix (Linux) plattform. Are there anyone out there using the cool Cobalt servers? I have looked into the NASRaQ, Network Area Storage, in a rack format, to use as a fileserver in

Re: cobalt

2000-03-07 Thread Harry Mueller
At 9:08 AM +0100 3/7/00, jakob krabbe wrote: I haven't really been following the thread in a long time... But i did notice retrospect client is not valible for Unix (Linux) plattform. Are there anyone out there using the cool Cobalt servers? I have looked into the NASRaQ, Network Area Storage,

Re: cobalt

2000-03-07 Thread jakob krabbe
This is slightley OT but I'm not the one to judge. In respect to this list and if listmom want us to, we'll go private. --- You bet, I have an installed base numbering in the 40s. They work really well and even though there is no Retrospect Client (yet) I have been able to back them

Re: DDS-3 or DDS-4?

2000-03-07 Thread andrew
Have verified those archives recently? I've found that many of my DDS-2 archives from three years ago, on Sony, Maxell, Verbatim, and Fuji tapes, have become unreadable. - Original Message - From: "SK Suh" [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: "retro-talk" [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, March 06, 2000

Re: DDS-3 or DDS-4?

2000-03-07 Thread Robin Bateman
Hi All Don't want to be too contentious but Tape is NOT a good medium for archiving see note below for reason why CD is much better Also has the benefit that all Macs (OK OK Unless v old!) most peecees have CD so v easy for users to get archived data back ie: no dat drive (etc) no multi

Re: cobalt

2000-03-07 Thread Luke Jaeger
Marathon Computer, http://www.powerrack.com/ Harry Mueller wrote: There are a few companies that do conversions of desktop servers into rack mounted servers. I saw one that will convert an iMac into a 1u rackmountable case. I wish I could remember the name because I would think

[admin] ApacheCon

2000-03-07 Thread jon *
Hey all, Be nice to each other for the next week or so. I'm off to ApacheCon http://www.apachecon.com/ (I'm also nominated to be on the Board of Directors for the Apache Software Foundation smile) and will probably not be watching over this list much for the next week as a result. ;-) thanks,

Re: cobalt

2000-03-07 Thread Owen Watson
I asked our ISP about them, and he said he'd tested them and didn't do very well under load. I think he used a load of the thin Sun rackmounts in the end. Are there anyone out there using the cool Cobalt servers? I have looked into the NASRaQ, Network Area Storage, in a rack format, to use as

Re: cobalt

2000-03-07 Thread Harry Mueller
At 7:27 AM +1300 3/8/00, Owen Watson wrote: I asked our ISP about them, and he said he'd tested them and didn't do very well under load. I think he used a load of the thin Sun rackmounts in the end. Generally you are looking at configuration or network traffic problems when they

4.2 update and DHCP problems

2000-03-07 Thread Todd Reed
I'm having trouble keeping my DHCP clients activated with Retrospect 4.2 for Mac. The clients, on a 10Bt hub, were all connecting fine via Appletalk and Retrospect 4.1 I began by updating the application to 4.2. Then I went into the client database and began switching client protocol to

Re: DDS-3 or DDS-4?

2000-03-07 Thread SK Suh
At 10:18 PM -0800 03/06/2000, Chuck Hornish wrote: We have a Sony DDS-4 which can write to 90-meter tapes, but not the 60-meter variety. Thanks for the enlightening info, Chuck! Will DDS-4 at least read the older 60 metre DAT media? Stephen K. Suh

NT4, Daylight Saving, Time Zones and Retrospect

2000-03-07 Thread Malcolm McLeary
Guys, Last night a bunch of Retrospect Backup for Windows 5.0 disk to disk backups failed because there was insufficient space on the disk which holds the storage sets ... it was as if the system decided to do a recycle without resetting the storage set first or Retrospect "thought" every file