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Kredek

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Hello everyone,

I have few questions, actually i have kerio-connect server make on ubuntu, and i want go make a fullbackup and i need to get it because im scared then someday my server will crashed and data will be unrecovery able.

So for now, without any backups my server size is 2,6 TB.
I have mounted remote discs via sshfs where i have 3,4 TB free space.

This backup can be really long something about ~90 hours so i need to be sure.

How do you think, 3,4 TB will be enough for fullbackup server which size is 2,6 TB ?

Regards,
Damian
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Brian (GFI/Kerio)

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If you're preparing for a disk failure, it's better to use replication software like rsync. The built in backup feature isn't designed for such large amounts of data.

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j.a.duke

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Built-in Kerio backup is slow.

You should be able to rsync the Kerio store folder and specific configuration files over to your backup destination much more quickly and efficiently.

Cheers,
Jon
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Kredek

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Thanks for advice,

What do you think about Veeam agent for Linux?
I have option "Entire machine" there, it will be good option?

I know kerio-backup is really slow - it is one thing, the second one is when he backing up account, that account is inaccessible did you used the Rsync or Veaam agent for Linux?

Is that software's making backup in the same way?

Regards,
Damian

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