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I would mention that the restore to any virtual software isnt completely true , but I like this product enought that I have it at most of my client sites. It backs up the EV data allright. Wish our laptops held more 'stuff''. We have a couple of G+ Hangouts that talk about the appliance & V-Ray (virtualized) edition We did a LiveStream at Spiceworks in May with 2 Spiceheads, one who is nearly have a peek here

Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content 03-20-2016 04:12 PM 0 Report Inappropriate Content   Reply TazzyMoe Warrior (0) Use this link with instructions on how to select files for backup: http://support.mozy.com/articles/en_US/FAQ/Selecting-Files-to-Backup-Using-the-FileSystem-Tab Also you may have data selected using the "backups sets" tab were you may un-check any We have one centrally located SQL server in one geographic location and a number of Enterprise Vault servers in various other geographic locations. Cheers! 1 Thai Pepper OP Steven (StorageCraft) Aug 6, 2013 at 5:14 UTC Brand Representative for StorageCraft Hey Nicabus, I just came across this video on YouTube of https://community.mozy.com/t5/Mozy-for-Windows/Backing-up-stuff/td-p/86389

Additionally, i'd like to be able to then restore this backup in the future when I need to use my data (posts etc) again for another site. LOL Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content 03-14-2016 03:47 PM 0 Report Inappropriate Content   Reply PTNubs Moderator Our community members and moderators are happy to help answer any question you may have! Mozy Community New to Community Forum Tutorials Idea Exchange Blogs Member Leaderboard Knowledge Base Documentation Mozy User Guide Mozy Admin Guide Federated ID Release Notes My Support Sign In Support Partner

Restore is really simple and you dont need to be onsite to do a restore. Quorum serves the mid-market and, in particular, the Legal, Healthcare and Financial Services verticals, as they have the need for long-term data retention in addition to recovering within minutes after an We don't want it to back up any SQL stuff across the WAN. I suspect this would be a feature enhancement request rather than a support issue but always worth a try.

Did you have any other questions, or need anymore help? We have a number of healthcare customers currently using Unitrends in just the way you described, including archiving to stay in compliance with HIPAA regulations, using similar hardware and applications to But then it tries to get to the SQL server and logs a failure. 0 Kudos Reply also the same behavior in ANDREY_FYODOROV Level 6 ‎12-02-2011 08:42 AM Options Mark as https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=987087 You only need xenforo.sql and /data/ HTML said: ↑ idk what @JamesJ means by /data You only need: .sql file all your xenforo files Click to expand...

You only need the /data/ directory in your files, as thats where profile pictures are stored. View solution in original post 0 Kudos Reply 7 Replies The EV Agent for BE tries to Percy_Vere Level 6 Employee Accredited ‎12-02-2011 07:32 AM Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe You can get these cheap, I just bought another bricked one for $37 no discs, rebuilt it and it up and running. Go to Solution.

So if you bakup to DVD and format the machine, then copy the files back, it will not work. But to backup the system properly the method you just used is better. And we have to explain to them every day that it is "OK". IOPS -- What will my target IOPS need to be for SQL , EXCH , PACs 3.

I went in and added the extra space and went from 50 to 125 GB but that obviously isn't enough and got notified that some of the files didn't get backed http://techvividglobalservices.com/solved-backing/solved-backing-up-reinstalling-xp.html That is it. So please explain to how I go about marking this as a solution and I'll do it. I will give the other options a try tomorrow maybe, can't spend more time in it today x_x My public key Adv Reply November 19th, 2008 #8 jimreynold2nd View Profile

The design works well, has worked fine for a number of years. You only need the /data/ directory in your files, as thats where profile pictures are stored. Your non-static data, anyways. #9 JamesJ, Oct 1, 2016 Aderm JamesJ said: ↑ I was referencing to your files. Check This Out You may get a better answer to your question by starting a new discussion.

Works well. if stuff corrupts and you have the files and .sql file, you can move hosts, import the .sql file into phpmyadmin and upload the files, then it will work as it For details and our forum data attribution, retention and privacy policy, see here Home Backing up, where to begin?

Indexes get backed up fine too.

all threads, comments, ratings, followers, profile posts without having to backup every single file in the XenForo directory etc and it taking about a whole day to do. Mozy announced as a final... I just drill down and only select the Open Partition. I've never said you don't need xenforo.sql #11 JamesJ, Oct 1, 2016 Agree x 1 (You must log in or sign up to post here.) Show Ignored Content Share This

But BackupExec still tries to reach out to the SQL server across the WAN and fails because it doesn't have a SQL license. This is probably the easiest recovery solution. Mozy wins another Stevie ... http://techvividglobalservices.com/solved-backing/solved-backing-up-and-restoreing.html i dont see why that would be a fancy feature. 0 Kudos Reply i dont mean to go off-topic AndrewB Moderator Partner Trusted Advisor Accredited ‎12-02-2011 08:00 AM Options Mark as

All rights reserved. Showing results for  Search instead for  Do you mean  Create New Post > Community Browser Community Browser Mozy Community Forums Mozy for Windows Mozy for Mac Mozy for Linux Mozy Sync Ltd. I think its great that you want to know how people like myself who are not computer savvy do on your site.

Yes, I did manage to go in and click the external hard drive on and found out how much space it took. Here's a link to the recording if you'd like to see if. I went to my account and looked but couldn't find where to do that however was pleased that I did find where I could change my personal info as we moved Just this SQL annoyance...

That is a kind of crude way to do it as you won't have any boot record etc and the system configurations in /fstab or /mtab might be different if you I have tutorials for those too. Can I back up a external ...