davids355 wrote:And how would files be restored from the copy job, manually copied?
davids355 wrote:Lastly, is a copy job suitable for running over WAN? And what sort of speeds would be required?
davids355 wrote:In production environment I have around 7 VMs that average around 300GB each. I am backing these up to a local repository and I would like to set up a backup copy job to copy them to remote repository which will be running over a 10MB link. Would that be feasible?
davids355 wrote:I have a backup job running that backs up hyperV VMs to an offsite repository.
I want to change this so that it backs up to a local disk.
So I understand that I can copy/move the backups to that new (local disk) location then change the settings of the job to use the new (local) repository.
davids355 wrote:I figured that was a more sensible way of setting it up so that I have fast local backups and off site copy for redundancy. Am I right in thinking that is a good way of doing things?
davids355 wrote:What I also want to know is, seeing as I will have a fully up to date copy of the backups on the remote repository, can I make use of them to "kick start" the copy jobs or do I need to allow the copy job to take the entire backup off site from scratch when I set this up?
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