Backup procedure

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Backup
Backup & recovery
Incremental backup
Synthetic Full Backup
Can someone explaine to me what is synthetic Full backup incremantal for ever type of backup what do you sugest or use what are the incidence of using that in a recovery or restore mode thanks

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A synthetic full backup uses incremental backups to create a full backup without using client resources and time to run a full backup. I think this is a very good idea. It will reduce the backup window while providing the same backup coverage. I don’t use this on my network, but it is something to look into.

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  • Technochic
    There are a large number of backup and recovery solutions. What works best for you depends on how many devices need to be backed up, the size of the backup, the ease of recovery, your storage space available or where you want to send your backup tapes. Your question really is way too broad. It might help you to break your question down into three separate questions to get the information you want for each. Thanks!
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