Bart1982 wrote:I understand that all of the GFS copys are full files due to being able to restore them easy and redundancy for bitrot, file loss/corruption etc. But keeping 11 full copies (or 8 with changed schedules) is a bit to much for me to cope with on our NAS devices. Wouldn't it be nicer if a backup copy job creates a 'central datastore' file which holds a full copy and then the differentials are stored and linked to that 'central datastore'. For redundancy reasons the file should exist twice (or even better 3 times) on the backup copy location.
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