OBDROne Button Disaster Recovery
OBDROne Button Disaster Recovery (Hewlett Packard)
OBDROregon Backcountry Discovery Route
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Determined to test OBDR on a more appropriate platform, I decided to finally build the server I had been threatening to put together for many months.
My first step, once I received the server and the test tapes, was to finish building my server, and putting OBDR to a real test--restoring a drive that was completely clean.
I'm happy to report that OBDR worked flawlessly on the HP server.
I turned off the machine, restarted it (with the eject button pressed), and OBDR launched.
Later, I used an OBDR tape that was made a few days earlier, before the server was shipped.
Hewlett-Packard may not have specifically claimed credit for developing OBDR, but its materials come pretty close.
Replica, which includes OBDR capabilities integrated into the software, is included with these drives.
If you make frequent backups, OBDR can quickly bring many systems back up if the system crashes and the machine can't be booted.
Fortunately, for most of us, such a disastrous crash isn't an everyday occurrence, With luck, and the proper alignment of the planets, OBDR may never be needed.
Using Replica software, the OBDR component is automatically recorded onto backup tapes.