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Wat is the Deffrence between incremental backup and Deferntial Backup??? ( Indetail)

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An Incremental backup will back up any files that have changed since the last backup taken (regardless of whether this previous backup is full or incremental)

A differential backup will back up ALL files changed since the last full backup.

So, if you need to restore a file using an incremental backup routine, you potential require all tapes since your last full backup.

If you use a differential backup routine, you will only require the full backup tape plus the last differantil backup tape.

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