SysAdmin: Configuring AmandaMar 08, 2002, 14:04 (2 Talkback[s])
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"Amanda is the Advanced Maryland Automatic Network Disk Archiver, developed at the University of Maryland in the 1990s. While it is now maintained at SourceForge and support is provided only through mailing lists and a FAQ-O-MATIC, it is still a highly useful, stable network backup utility with a wide range of features. Amanda is tailored for networks that have a central server with a high-capacity tape drive and multiple backup clients. Although Amanda was built for UNIX systems, it has been extended to provide backup services to Windows clients (via Samba, although a separate project is underway to develop a native Windows client) to allow deployment in heterogeneous environments.
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