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Chapter04 - 1 BACKING UP AND RESTORING DATA Chapter 4...

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Unformatted text preview: 1 BACKING UP AND RESTORING DATA Chapter 4 Chapter 4: BACKING UP AND RESTORING DATA 2 CHAPTER OVERVIEW Describe the various types of hardware used to perform backups. Understand the difference between full, incremental, and differential backup jobs. List the capabilities of the Windows Server 2003 Backup program. Back up and restore an Active Directory database. Use volume shadow copies. Chapter 4: BACKING UP AND RESTORING DATA 3 BACKING UP DATA Why do we back up data? Why do we need to back up data? Chapter 4: BACKING UP AND RESTORING DATA 4 BACKUP SOLUTION One or more backup drives A backup software product Data to be backed up Chapter 4: BACKING UP AND RESTORING DATA 5 BACKUP HARDWARE Capacity Speed Cost Chapter 4: BACKING UP AND RESTORING DATA 6 CD-ROM AND DVD-ROM CD Inexpensive, widely supported Capacity up to 650 MB DVD Becoming less expensive Less support than for CDs Capacity can be over 4 GB Chapter 4: BACKING UP AND RESTORING DATA 7 CARTRIDGE DRIVES Proprietary technology Zip (Up to 750-MB capacity) Jaz (2-GB capacity) Chapter 4: BACKING UP AND RESTORING DATA 8 MAGNETIC TAPE DRIVES Use single or double spool magnetic cartridges Low cost per megabyte Large capacity Chapter 4: BACKING UP AND RESTORING DATA 9 AUTOCHANGERS Reduce the need for manual intervention in backups Allow you to back up more data Preserves investment in media Chapter 4: BACKING UP AND RESTORING DATA 10 SELECTING A DRIVE INTERFACE IDE Inexpensive Performance degrades drastically when using more than one device per channel SCSI Faster than IDE, more suited to writing continuous streams of data Might require additional host bus adapter (controller) Chapter 4: BACKING UP AND RESTORING DATA...
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2011 for the course WIN 210 taught by Professor Kubb during the Spring '10 term at Seneca.

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