Is there a limit on number of files that can be backed up?
Short version - Is there a hardcoded or practical limit to the number of files we can backup with Cloudberry Ultimate?
We have been using Cloudberry to copy our server backups (VEEAM) to Backblaze B2 for a while now. It has been working great.
Now we are testing another instance of Cloudberry to copy desktop/laptop backups to B2.
We have a central server that holds end user desktop/laptop backups(Symantec/Veritas DLO). The folders on this server contain millions of files and total storage of about 15 TB and will only grow over time.
Is this an unreasonable number of files to manage with Cloudberry Ultimate? Are there any hardcoded or practical limits to the number of files we can copy? Is there a "best practice" to sizing this for Cloudberry Ultimate?
The reason I ask - we are using the trial version to make sure it will work. Our trial ends tomorrow and we are maybe half way through. Our bandwidth is not an issue. We have a 1Gbps internet connection and have not been maxing it out.
I don't want to purchase only to find out it won't work with this much data.
There are no limits on files or upload size in the Ultimate version, so you've got nothing to worry about.
1 question, why don't you use cloudberry to do all this process? why mix 3 when 1 will do?
It is worth looking into. However, the cost to switch products and the retraining for our end users and staff is a hurdle.
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