Dear guys, hi!
I have almost finished the system set up!
I have most important ticket support out of all - it's Backups!
Let me tell you of my file system configuration.
I have RAID 10 out of 4 HDD drives 4TB drives each.
Then I have 2 SSDs for system, swap and databases each 300 GB!
I created 2 x 300GB partitions on my RAID for the purpose of backing up my system data from SSDs!
Now I would like you to help me with the advice or a guide, of what would be the BEST way to make COMPLETE system disk backup (meaning SSD1 to -> 1 partition and SSD2 -> to the second partition on my RAID10).
The best way I would like to have COMPLETE IMAGE (that would be easily recoverable) every 24-48 hours. For example in case my system SSD dies I would quickly like to reboot my system via IPKVM and set my backup partition to be booted from!
Please help me - for me it's number one ticket!
What backup system do you recommend? What is the best one out there? I saw Bacula backup module? Is it good (the best) to use? it's the one you'd install by
yum install *bacula*? It loads a lot of dependencies? (around 46 mb).
Please help me out with this, the best you can!
Best wishes, Ilia