Implementing Disaster Protection
Disaster protection involves the efforts by support professionals to prevent computer disasters and to minimize the amount of time a computer is non-functional in the event of a system failure. A computer disaster is any event that renders a computer unable to start or that creates an imminent risk of data loss.
The causes of computer disasters range from isolated hardware failures to a complete system loss, such as in the case of fire. Microsoft Windows 2000 includes a variety of features that are designed to help you recover from computer disasters.
At the end of this module, you will be able to:
The next lesson explores the basics of disaster protection.
- Define the basic types of disaster protection
- Implement fault-tolerant volumes
- Recover failed mirror volumes of varied status
- Recover failed RAID-5 volumes of varied status
- Define advanced startup options
- Define Recovery Console commands