• Mark Hamblin
    0
    Is there a recommended method/structure to backup in order to preserve the CBB database.
    Its all well and good backing up 'our' treasured files etc,.. but in a case where the system that runs the CBB backup s/w crashes and all data is lost,... how would CBB find / know about any backups it has made previously...
    is there a file structure that needs to be backed-up in order to preserve knowledge of old schedules that have been run,.. that can simply be restored, copied back in order give CBB knowledge of previous historic backups.
  • Matt
    91
    Database is re-created automatically upon installing the software on a new machine, so technically there's no need to back it up. In case of disaster recovery you can switch destination to restore-only mode and restore your data without re-creating the database.

    in a case where the system that runs the CBB backup s/w crashes and all data is lost,... how would CBB find / know about any backups it has made previously...Mark Hamblin
    The procedure is automatic. Once the application recognizes our folder structure that starts with CBB_%prefix% it'll automatically starts sync.
  • Mark Hamblin
    0
    Tx for your response Matt,
    So all the full backup and incremental data flags, and the actual data of course,.. are stored within the structure of each back tree location?
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