You’d want to stop apache and probably the locally running MTA. For me
that would be:
However we backup rt including the SQL databases every night with no
problems. RT is a tad unresponsive at times, maybe some table locks
thrown in which trouble the night time NOC team, but generally it backs
Talking from the view point of having had to have done 3 restores this
year alone due to a mountain of fault Maxtor HDDs.
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Sent: 22 February 2011 10:05
Subject: [rt-users] Stop RT for Backupprocess
I would like to Stop and Start RT in order to make an Backup Process.
Should i Kill or Stop the RT Process ? Whats the difference and what
it make more sense?
And which processes are belongs to RT?
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