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  1. Hello everyone, we are currently running the Nakivo application and the repositories on a Synology DS920+ (DSM 7.2.1) and want to move everything to a new Synology RS1221RP+ (DSM 7.2.1). How do we have to proceed to move everything 1:1 (clone) to the new NAS in order to be able to continue using the repositories, Jobs and licences? Many thanks in advance Jens
  2. Hi, I have searched the API documentation to clone Job and could not found it. Can anyone share the code to clone a Job using API
  3. I am application developer and don't know much about virtual machine(VM). however, our application is resided on a VM. frequent patch need be apply to fix/update this application. For diaster recovery, It was suggest to backup every thing on the server. so, once server is restored, no application need be re-installed and configured. our network administrator thinks it can be done by cloning VM. but if we want to backup the clone to a tape. it would expose VM to backup drive. any one who can access to it can erase the VM and every thing would be gone. it is very risky. I would appreciate it if you could let me what you think on this or any suggestion.
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