Maybe I'm missing something here, but Amanda has a whole bunch of bells and
whistles, and scans the filesystem to determine what should be backed up. Way
overkill for this task I think.
Seems to me like zfs send blah | ssh replicatehost zfs receive … more than
meets the requirement when combined with just plain old crontab.
If it's a graphical interface you're looking for, I'm sure someone has hacked
together somethings in TCL/Tk pr Perl/TK as an interface to cron which you
could probably hack to have construct your particular crontab entry.
Just a thought,
On 30 Sep 11, at 07:33 , Fajar A. Nugraha wrote:
> On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 7:22 PM, Edward Ned Harvey
> <opensolarisisdeadlongliveopensola...@nedharvey.com> wrote:
>>> From: zfs-discuss-boun...@opensolaris.org [mailto:zfs-discuss-
>>> boun...@opensolaris.org] On Behalf Of Fajar A. Nugraha
>>> Does anyone know a good commercial zfs-based storage replication
>>> software that runs on Solaris (i.e. not an appliance, not another OS
>>> based on solaris)?
>>> Kinda like Amanda, but for replication (not backup).
>> Please define replication, not backup? To me, your question is unclear what
>> you want to accomplish. What don't you like about zfs send | zfs receive?
> Basically I need something that does zfs send | zfs receive, plus
> GUI/web interface to configure stuff (e.g. which fs to backup,
> schedule, etc.), support, and a price tag.
> Believe it or not the last two requirement are actually important
> (don't ask :P ), and are the main reasons why I can't use automated
> send - receive scripts already available from the internet.
> CMIIW, Amanda can use "zfs send" but it only store the resulting
> stream somewhere, while the requirement for this one is that the send
> stream must be received on a different server (e.g. DR site) and be
> accessible there.
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