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I have configured different policies to cater for my use case in a like GFS policy
1) 7 Daily Snapshots Mon-Friday
2) 4 weekly snapshots
3) 12 Monthly Snapshots
4) 7 yearly Snapshots
The problem is that veeam backup policies priority override the policies with less priority so only the Daily #1) executes but the other ones below execute with no targets as they have the same backup targets as the highest priority policy.
How can I have all the policies executing? I need this to try to emulate a GFS policy that will allow me to have backups of my data for 7 years.
If this cannot be setup what is the best way to keep my backup data for 7 years?
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First, I would not advice you to keep snapshots for so long... That will come at a serious cost . For such a construction I would work with a combination of snapshots and backups.
At this moment, we can't work with a GFS policy yet, but we are working on this to make it very easy for you. As of this moment, I suggest you take snapshots on a daily basis, and store a backup once a week and keep it there for the time necessary.
As said, we are working
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