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Message Posted: Fri, 17 Jan 2003 @ 16:31:28 GMT
My 2 cents on NPARC.
The NPARC service is based on arcmain, but it is a modified version. I think it has to do with the named pipe handling. So you can't use your arcmain as is. But it is a great tool to move a lot of data to another system in a relatively short period of time. Usually you NPARC DBC, dictionary and Journals first. This will wipe out your target system. Then you can move your data. There is the option to move large tables in parallel across all physical connections (cluster backup).
NCR Customer Services offers a service to install NPARC on your system permanetly to sync data across systems (like copy production data to your test system for integration testing; this will not wipe out your target system :-)). Please contact your NCR CS representative for more information.
There was also a presentation at Partners 2001 by Herbert Tarenskeen 'Breaking the TeraByte Per Hour BAR-rier---Teradata BAR Scalability Demonstrated via the NPARC Data Migration Utility'
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