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- Full Name: Andrew
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I have a number of replica's at our DR site, and we're on top of bringing up the replica's.
I understand the best way to fail-back is to setup new jobs from the DR site to the Primary site.
As this may take a long time from scratch, is it possible to setup these jobs on the replicas now (using a VBR server at the DR site), pre-seed them and ship them to the HO site. This should reduce the time taken to do the failback replication.
As long as I ensure the incoming jobs aren't running at the same time, will running these jobs on the replica VM's now cause any issues (eg with CBT or VRB files in the same directory from both jobs)?
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- Full Name: Vitaliy Safarov
No, this shouldn't cause any issues for your replicas as long as you disable CBT for the job, as it is described in the topic below:
http://www.veeam.com/forums/viewtopic.p ... eplicating