Architecture sometimes used during backup in which data is sent directly from a file server to a tape library, without going through a backup server. The direct path-to-tape often uses NDMP protocol to move the data, must be enabled at the library, and can be initiated by one of several backup applications. Using direct path-to-tape can increase backup performance and reduce server loads.
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