Greenwood Server

From

To

MS Server

From

To

Tues

D:\Syn

E:\Syn

 

D:\shared

E:\shared\

Thurs

D:\Syn

E:\Syn

 

D:\shared

E:\shared

Sun

D:\Syn

E:\Syn

 

D:\shared

E:\shared

Tues

E:\

//Ms_server/shared/GW-Server

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

D:\shared

//gwserver/e/Ms_Server

Drives Clones (Running)

1a

1

 

 

 

Weekly

2b

2

 

 

 

Max 3 weeks old

3c

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

Summery; both server are backed up to each other. Each server is backed up internally 3 times a week. Greenwood Server is cloned in weekly rotation times 3 harddrives (more can easily be added with no setup required.) Greenwood original data and 4 backup, on 3 clones equal a total of 12 backups of the D:\syn directory. Newest data is at most 48 hours old, and oldest data is at most 31 days.

 

This system is automatic and mostly internal. No user intervention is required, the internal data in not encrypted and can be read with any application without the need to do a complete restore. Data set to the other machines are in standard ZIP format to preserve directory integrity.

 

Known Issues;

 

Additional options possible;

 

Strong suite;

Weakness;

This system has met Federal Specs on several occasions since 1998.

Ref: http://www.hipaadvisory.com/

3-21 to 8-2-06 No problems recorded.

Now 9-06

Issue #2

Plainfield print problem in "CounterPoint".

Fix;

Issue #3

*On this point; On several occasion I was told the CounterPoint system was broken with files missing or fields missing data, or Cobol errors by the Tillman personal only to find that it was being modified buy other people and not available.

We must be made aware of these changes BEFORE it is in play. This has cost me and Rick many hours of unnecessary concern.

Concerns;

DM8-6-06