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K2000 - Disaster Recovery

12/02/2014 1276 views

Guys

I need to DR protect my K2000. Has any one got any guidelines on how to go about doing this? I have a huge amount of pre and post install jobs, scripted installs etc and I don't want to lose all this in the event of a error with my K2000 or my building goes down.

Rgs

The F

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Our K2000 is virtual and we use VMware SRM and ABR on our Dell Compellent to our DR site.  We can bring it and our K1000 up in a matter of minutes with all of our scripts intact.
Answered 12/02/2014 by: petelanglois
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Once a month I export all the necessary packages (Settings > Package Management > Export K2000 Packages). I then have an off-board package transfer set up on a regular schedule to move those packages to another server. I clean that share up monthly as well. You could adjust something similar to fit your needs...
Answered 12/02/2014 by: jegolf
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  • Thanks Jegolf
    Is it then a "kace" of importing the packages on to a K2000 dr server?
    • Zing! Right - if your K2 had to be rebuilt or replaced you could then upload and import your packages back in...
 
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