Open source vendor Zmanda is adding hooks into its MySQL database backup software for shops using IBM's Tivoli Storage Manager to mastermind the policies. The company on Monday unfurled a new feature for Zmanda Recovery Manager called — get ready for some unwieldily precision here —Tivoli Storage Manager Option for Zmanda …
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I've not personally tried it, your mileage may vary etc.
if a shop is running "IBM hardware and software", wouldn't they likely be using some version of a real database like, oh I dunno, maybe DB/2, as opposed to MySQL? I mean, I like MySQL for light to medium stuff, but if I've got a room full of IBM iron, well, it's gonna be DB/2.
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