That depends. Consider the chainIf I only have a few restore points in the copy jobs, will any corruptions end up being removed and overwritten anyway once retentions have been cycled? eg if I have 5 restore points, after 5 days the VBK will basically be totally re-written and new? Or will unchanged blocks still remain in the VBK because copy jobs are like synthetic fulls?
foggy wrote:SureBackup job always fires up VMs both in application group and from the linked backup jobs from the latest restore point. The only option you have here is to specify the date to start the whole SureBackup environment closer to: right-click the job, select Start To in the short-cut menu, and select the desired date and time.
Yes, that's possible with powershell script.I know it's possible with backup copy jobs, but what about regular backup jobs?
Correct. The integrity check verifies only storage metadata in the backup file while backup validator can be used to check a backup after some consistency problems on the storage.I understand this check is different from what the Validator does?
Users browsing this forum: Google [Bot], Google Feedfetcher, sg1 and 5 guests