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Backup Professional is an enterprise backup and disaster recovery software solution. It provides backup and recovery for a single system or wide variety of systems across your network. Backup Professional supports the following servers: Linux, SCO Unix, SCO OSR5, SCO UnixWare, Solaris Sparc and Intel, Dec Alpha, HP-UX and AIX. Clients supported are Linux Intel and Alpha, SCO Unix, SCO OSR5, Solaris Sparc and Intel, SCO UnixWare, SGI Irix, Sun OS, BSDI, Free BSD, Open BSD, AIX, Dec Alpha, DG-UX, HP-UX, Windows, Novell and Citrix. . Backup Professional is complimented by a variety of disaster recovery modules for both Intel and RISC-based platforms.
Backup Professional uses a client/server architecture to provide enterprise-wide services via TCP/IP. Master and incremental backups for each client or group of clients can be scheduled as often as desired. Backup Professional's internal database maintains every backup on the tape and every file in that backup.
"BareMetal Plus" - Tim Jackson [September 26, 2002]
I pluged in Unitrends DPU which came with their baremetal plus & backup professional software and it did exactly what they said. Here is a quick test that I ran. 1) I fdisked my MS Exchange Server (replicated copy of course) 2) Inserted the unitrends disk (1 floppy) and booted 3) answered a question to recover and in 20 min. I had my 80 GB RAID Exchange server up and running.
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