I need some advice on how to accomplice the following task.
I have a virtual 15TB Redhat server that daily do a forward incremental backup to Repository A. I need to do a copy-job to repository B.
Between the two repositories, there is a 1000Mbps connection.
In office hour, the transfer agent is limited to 500Mbps. Rest of the time unlimited.
To accomplice this I think:
- Create a second job on repository A that backs up the Redhat server one time (then disables) and then do a Copy-job of this. When it completes several days after and the backup is on repository B. I’ll delete the secondary job on repository A, edit the primary job to do a copy-job to the one created by the secondary now deleted job? Does it make any sense? Does it involve mapping?
- Edit the Redhat job on repository A to do an active full on “First Monday every month” and create a Copy-job. My question is: Will the copy-job use the first created full and let me continue to create my daily forward incremental backup on primary repository or will the copy-job lock the Redhat with a snapshot so that a daily backup cannot be done before the copy-job is completed?.