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pkpowell

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Our Kerio Backup Folder is something over 2 TB, making it too big to fit on our 4-tape offsite backup.
I noticed the Data store directory is only about 260 GB.

Is it at all possible to backup the data directory separately for the offsite backup?

Why is the Kerio backup so large? How far back does it go?

I also noticed that the log files are extremely large (some in the GB range!). Are these also backed-up, and is it ok to delete them or move them out of the way?

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Phil
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ksnyder

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Log file rotation: http://kb.kerio.com/1461
Backup: Click "Advanced" options on the backup screen to set the number of complete backups to be kept. The backup files are kept as .zip files.

Ken Snyder
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pkpowell

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Thanks. I'll set 'number of Complete Backups' to a smaller number and see what happens.
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