Storix Supports Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 System Recovery

Storix has launched System Backup Administrator 7.2 (SBAdmin) adding support for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6. The new version lets customers perform system recovery to the same or different hardware, or to and from virtual systems, and it works on all supported Red hat platforms, including Intel 32-bit, 64-bit or IBM Power.


According to Storix, SBAdmin provides Adaptable System Recovery (ASR), the ability to rebuild AIX, Solaris, or Linux systems from bare-metal, giving customers the flexibility to alter the configuration as needed to fit onto any hardware or virtual configuration.

Adaptable System Recovery (ASR) adapts a backup to the hardware detected during installation, rebuilding the new system to the same state as the prior system. The complete restore from bare-metal can be managed locally or remotely and can take just minutes.

System Backup Administrator 7.2 offers a number of new features including flexible bare metal recovery, local and network backups, TSM integration, backup data encryption and support for Linux, AIX and Solaris. It is available for Linux, AIX and Solaris. Hardware support includes all Intel 32-bit and 64-bit, IBM Power, Oracle Sun SPARC and HP Itanium 2 systems.

Read the Product Release at Storix.com

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