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DellEMC Data Domain as repository

Post by rasmusan » Oct 23, 2018 5:47 am

Hello

We would like to use out DellEMC Data Domain as repository for Office 365 backups, however DDBoost is not natively supported i Backup for O365... and it is stated that SMB 3.0 repository i supported experimentally....

However Data Domain only supports SMB 2.1, even in newest releases and according to support they do not plan to introduce SMB 3.0

anyone had success with using Data Domain as repository in Backup for O365?? Maybe just using SMB 2.1?

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Re: DellEMC Data Domain as repository

Post by Mike Resseler » Oct 23, 2018 5:53 am

hey Rasmus,

that won't work I'm afraid. Also, the repository that we use differs from the one Veeam Backup & Replication is using. They are using "flat files" while VBO uses a JET DB as repository engine. Running this on a Data Domain would really be very bad for performance I'm afraid

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Re: DellEMC Data Domain as repository

Post by rasmusan » Oct 23, 2018 6:00 am

Hi Mike


hmn good point about JET DB - I will look into other alternatives !

thanks

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