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William von Hagen. Scott Jesse. Oracle Big Data Handbook. There are perhaps 50 OSS Backup systems, but most of them are too limited in their features or maturity to be considered. Only 3 seem to rise to the level of possibility, tho for different things:. Amanda - A good, neutral description from BackupCentral. Zmanda provides commercial suport and additional code goodies.
Bacula - A good neutral description from BackupCentral. Bacula Systems provides support. None support transparent Bare Metal Restore. However, while Solaris is certainly stable, there are still aspects of ZFS that seem to be causing problems. To ease a transition from Linux to Solaris, Nexenta is a free distribution of Solaris packaged as Ubuntu.
Amanda uses std unix text-based config files; seems to be more easily configurable than Bacula, tho less so than BackupPC configured by Web GUI or text files.