Using SANs & NAS (häftad)
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Using SANs & NAS (häftad)

Using SANs & NAS

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Using SANs and NAS gives storage administrators the power to maximise their investment in Storage Area Networks and Network Attached Storage. It covers the daily management of SANs and NAS, with emphasis on backup and recovery.
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I can say this book is a must for any person engaged in storage administration. - Virantha Mendes, news@UK In true O'Reilly style, Preston has managed to cover almost every aspects of network-based storage within two-hundred pages, without cutting back on detail or avoiding more complex configurations which people may need. Verdict: The definitive guide for administrators and builders of network storage systems and management solutions -9/10 LinuxFormat, August 2002

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W. Curtis Preston has specialized in designing backup and recovery systems for over eight years, and has designed such systems for many environments, both large and small. The first environment that Curtis was responsible for went from 7 small servers to 250 large servers in just over two years, running Oracle, Informix, and Sybase databases and five versions of Unix. He started managing this environment with homegrown utilities and eventually installed the first of many commercial backup utilities. His passion for backup and recovery began with managing the data growth of this 24x7, mission-critical environment. Having designed backup systems for environments with small budgets, Curtis has developed a number of freely available tools, including ones that perform live backups of Oracle, Informix, and Sybase. He has ported these tools to a number of environments, including Linux, and they are running at companies around the world. Curtis is now the owner of Storage Designs, a consulting company dedicated entirely to selecting, designing, implementing, and auditing storage systems. He is also the webmaster of


Preface 1. What Are SANs and NAS? From SCSI to SANs What Is a SAN? Backup and Recovery: Before SANs From NFS and SMB to NAS SAN Versus NAS: A Summary Which Is Right for You? 2. Fibre Channel Architecture Fibre Channel: An Overview Fibre Channel Ports Fibre Channel Topologies SAN Building Blocks Fibre Channel and SANs: A Summary 3. Managing a SAN The Different Uses for SANs SAN Issues to Be Managed Access to Storage Resources Ongoing Maintenance Using SANS to Maximize Your Storage Summary 4. SAN Backup and Recovery Overview LAN-Free Backups Client-Free Backups Server-Free Backups LAN-Free, Client-Free, or Server-Free? 5. NAS Architecture What's Wrong with Standard NFS and CIFS? NFS and CIFS Advances System Architecture Advances High Availability and Scalability Low Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) Ease of Maintenance Ease of Use 6. Managing NAS The Different Uses for NAS Installing a Filer Configuring a Filer Applications Data Migration Maintenance Monitoring, Analyzing, and Reporting Performance Tuning 7. NAS Backup and Recovery Snapshots and Mirroring Native Utilities NFS/CIFS Push Agent Software NDMP What About LAN-Free, Client-Free, and Server-Free Backup? Database Backup and Recovery Benefits Summary A. Disruptive Technologies B. RAID Levels Index