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  1. I think the developer made a fundamental mistake here. The repository should be only responsible for storage type (Disk or tape), where the data is stored (local, NAS or cloud), and how the data is stored (Compression and Encryption). The backup job should determine how the data is structured. "Forever incremental" and "Incremental with full" options should be within the job schedule section, and the retention policy determines how long the data should be kept. To determine if the data "Forever incremental" or "Incremental with full" should be the function of the backup job itself, not the function of the repository.
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  2. Hi, my Nakivo jobs are working correctly. But I just realized, when I create a new job or if I want to edit an existing hob, I can no longer manually force a "Primary transporter" on source and target hosts (the transporters are grayed out). And only the "Automatic" option can be selected. However I need this manual selection mode to make things work because for some reason, in my setup, I need to have a transporter running on the same machine as the ESX host to make the backup perform without error. Can you let me know if there is a way to reenable manual selection of transporter. Lei
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  3. I have done those steps, unfortunately the specific transport items are still greyed out. EDIT: I found out that the items are greyed out, if the transporter has been configured with the "Enable Direct Connect for this transporter" option. Would you mind to explain the benefits of using this option + Automatic selection, vs unselecting this option and manually configure the transporter on the backup job level?
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  4. Hi, this link doesn't work. Can you provide the correct link? I need this exact version for manual install: 1.0.9.0.75563. Latest version in synology package center is 10.8.0.73174. Thank you.
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  5. Hi all We are thinking of changing our current Microsoft DPM backup system for Nakivo and I have many doubts about the storage configuration and the technology used by nakivo. the idea is to have a server with ssd disks with a storage of 40TB to make copies to disk, all the disks will be SSD Enterprise. To save space, we are interested in making full syntentic copies of our VMs, at this point is where my doubts begin after the experience with Microsoft DPM - What file system does Nakivo use for full synthetic backups? - It is necessary to have ReFS to be able to perform full synthetic backups? (Do you use nakivo refs for block cloning?) - There is some guidance for the implementation of the file system underlying the Nakivo repository. I mean things like interleave size, block size, file system. Our idea is to set up the server with Windows using Storage Spaces to be able to expand the pool if needed. My experience indicates that without an efficient storage configuration, random write backup speed drops dramatically. The Competitor forum is full of posts with performance issues and the cause is undoubtedly poorly configured storage. Refs uses a large amount of memory for the deletion of large files such as a purge of old backups. I have seen it use up to 80GB of RAM just to perform the purge and this is due to storage performance. ReFs uncontrolled metadata restructuring tasks and cache utilization also bring down performance. Thank you very much for clarifying my initial doubts, surely after receiving your answer I will have new questions. Regards Jorge Martin
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  6. May i know if Basic License support single file restoration to email? i understand they dont support direct restoration, but does it support restore to email download? Thanks!
    1 point
  7. Hi everyone, I made one primary full backup and 6 increments every day in a week to NAS during the night. I want to make every day full backup copy from NAS to tape during a day, when primary backup is not proceeded. How can I achieve this bahviour? Is it possible without making every time full backup to the NAS?
    1 point
  8. Nakivo B&R has the great option to backup to WASABI cloud storage. However these backups are unencrypted. Is it possible to add option to encrypt those backups?
    1 point
  9. Hi, where can i download nakivo 10.10.1 for synology dsm 7? Regards, Slawomir
    1 point
  10. It would be nice to create a job with limited Sources. Please check image to see what I mean. (2023-11-08_16h06_42.png) When I create a new Microsoft Account then the Microsoft Office 365 Backup Job, that I´ve split into 2 different jobs (1. Microsoft Office 365 - Mailbox Backup Job and 2. Microsoft Office 365 - OneDrive Backup Job), both Jobs update their account list with the new account on both objects (Mailbox and OneDrive) thus creating a bug which is not allowing the backup jobs to run normally. I had to login the Nakivo UI to actualize the Jobs by disabling the 1. User´s OneDrive backup from (1. Job) Microsoft Office 365 - Mailbox Backup Job and 2. User´s Mailbox backup from (2. Job) Microsoft Office 365 - OneDrive Backup Job.
    1 point
  11. Good morning, I'm sure that I've made an error but I hope that someone can help me in this situation. Scenario: Nakivo Backup & replication Virtual Appliance - Current version: 10.7.2.69768 - 2 disks for storage backups (500Gb default + 1000Gb added some times ago) I know the procedure to add more storage for backups ( 1 attach a new disk... - 2 refresh the list of available disks - 3 select the new disk) but I've made a mistake. I've increased the size of the 1000Gb disk in the vSphere Client (now 2.800Gb) and restarted the application. When I go on the "Onboard repository storage" I see disk size 2,8Tb but the Onboard Repository on the web interface is not updated. Is there a way to solve this situation? Thanks Elia
    1 point
  12. I confirm that following the instructions in Section 2 I solved it... thanks Elia
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  13. Thank you for your answer. I'll try with the instruction reported in Section 2. Elia
    1 point
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