I have a few servers running MS Virtual Machine. They use vhd files as disks and use veritas net backup to backup the whole host server. It runs a full backup once a week and incremental every other day. The thing is that the vhd files doesnt get updated untill you reboot the VM or shut it down. So Veritas Netbackup wont know its been updated. Is there any nice way to handle this?
An idea i have but dont really like is to "touch" the files once a day to change the modified stamp on them.
By default, Carbonite Server Backup manages your encryption key for you using Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) 128-bit encryption. If you choose to manage your private encryption key, your backups will be encrypted using AES 256-bit encryption.
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