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Is the process more complex than removing the backups from the configuration, copying the files across, and the importing them back in? Will there be any complications given the files were split across two extents with regards to the vbm and importing them back in (e.g will the vbm or the import throw up errors)?
Should I bear anything in mind with creation of a 40TB RDM? I know that an ISCSI attached to the guest OS is generally the preferred way of using SAN storage for Veeam backup but given that no new backups will be taken and as the retention policy starts being applied in a month or two they will be deleted (although this being done by script as the job is no longer active.
Obviously I will buy an extra shelf of storage and expand the SOBR but for various reasons it will be good to have a little more breathing room.
Thanks in advance for any pointers and advice.
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