RE: DB Movement from Sun to AIX ?


Tim, Raj, Byron

Any Docs/FAQs on this firewire available at short notice?
I may be going into a Telecon with the Client very shortly.

NOTE DB size is 600 GB approx

Byron

What is USB 2.0? Is it some Spec for Firewire Drive?

Sorry for this urgency.

Regards


-----Original Message-----
From: Byron Pearce [mailto:pearceb@xxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Monday, August 22, 2005 10:05 PM
To: rjamya@xxxxxxxxx
Cc: tim@xxxxxxxxx; VIVEK_SHARMA; oracle-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx; Thomas Day
Subject: Re: DB Movement from Sun to AIX ?

I concur.  I have done tasks very similar to what Tim is describing and
it works great.

One caveat, though, is to make sure you're using USB 2.0 if your laptop
doesn't support Firewire.  I got stuck doing several hundred GB's over
USB 1.1 once and the experience was almost too painful to discuss.

On Mon, 2005-08-22 at 10:52, rjamya wrote:
> Excellent idea Tim,
>
> I'd say take 2 such disks with backup ... just in case solar flares
> decide to act up.
>
> Raj
>
> On 8/22/05, Tim Gorman <tim@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>         This may sound a bit minimalist, but you can buy a 300Gb-512Gb
>         firewire drive
>         for $300-$500 or so.  Make it into NFS mounted volumes
>         presented from a
>         laptop.  Copy files to it, pack up the laptop and the drive(s)
>         and then just
>         drive to the other facility, repeat process in reverse.
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Tenure Systems, Inc.                    Dallas/Fort Worth, TX

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