Start-VBRJob [-Job] <CBackupJob> [-FullBackup] [-RetryBackup] [-RunAsync] [-WarningAction <ActionPreference>] [-WarningVariable <String>] [<CommonParameters>]
tsightler wrote:I've often wondered if you could use powershell to "cheat" this. For example, remove all of the backup objects from the job, add an object that contains no VMs, modify the job to run the synthetic full that day, and then trigger the job to run, after the synthetic full finishes put the original objects back in the job. Never tested it though.
I'm convinced it's just a simple call to VeeamAgent, but it's just never crawled up the tree to be important enough to investigate. I have many cases where triggering the synthetic full separately would be nice.
meeyou wrote:I would also love this functionality.
v.Eremin wrote:meeyou wrote:I would also love this functionality.
If you want to run synthetic activity outside the business hours, this script might be useful for you. It allows you to start synthetic full backup at whatever time you want to.
Ok, does the script actually start the backup job which will do an incremental backup first followed by the synthetic full file creation?
should I not have any days ticked in the days to create a synthetic full when using this script?
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