11.6. VERITAS Storage Replicator

VSR (Veritas Storage Replicator) is designed to replicate data between Windows NT/2000 systems in a network, providing data redundancy in the case of the catastrophic failure of one or more systems. VSR uses the concept of a source server and a target server. A source server is simply a system on which the master copy of the data is stored. A target server stores the replicated changes made to the original file stored on the server. VSR is a complete management system that lets you define one or more source servers, one or more target servers, the files you want to replicate, and a replication schedule.

All replication happens under the heading of a Job. Even when a Job is activated, the source server is not ...

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