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I have been asked to setup a datacenter...

i have a linux router ( 3 NIC, Snort IDS, Ntop Monitoring )

the eth1 will go to 3Com switch and from there all client are connected to the swtich. the client are web server, video stagging server , data stagging server and others....some server are in linux enviroment and some are in windows.. how do i can create a backup server?...what are the best way to backup all this server with different platform?...if you got some sample of pic, can you show me? thanks
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hello?
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If you are looking for cheap backup server solution, maybe you should try linux server and rsync daemon running on it. Rsync is very good and robust tool, capable of monitoring&backup part of files which were change (not the whole file). Linux installation of rsync is painless and straightforward (grab some docs and howtos from internet), but windows installation can be tricky.
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