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Message Posted: Sun, 11 Jul 2011 @ 01:00:36 GMT

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Subj:   Re: Teradata Disaster Recovery setup
From:   barb.green

I found most of the answers to this question over simplified maybe its just me. DR is a hot topic for many, and if not well thought out will end in disaster. Is there a PM in charge of this project or are you left on your own to work out the infrastructure?

In many true DR worlds all users, tables, views, macros etc all have to be exactly the same as your current PROD. What is the time frame your DR has to be up and available? What are you using to keep the data fresh? Dual Active? Acr/Copy? Data Mover? How will your DNS be setup to handle a easy switch over? Does Teradata need to be engaged go know its now a DR system? Do you have TASM or other workload management in place? There is so much I could write for days. Final suggestion plan for the worst and hope for the best given all your planning. Plan plan plan and then test your plan. You dont want to be the one in an actual DR situation to not be ready. Good luck

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