I've just joined a new company and they use rdms quite extensively. I've not really worked with rdms.
They have 2tb of data attached to a new win2008r2 VM, it's full of backup data and they want to shift it off there and put it onto some nas storage.
Which is the best way to go about this?
I am thinking attach the nas to the network the VM is in and get a cifs share in Windows and use something like robocopy to copy it across from to the nas device.
Also they have an nfs device that they attach to hosts every so often to transfer data off normal datastores. Is there any way this could be used in conjunction with the physical rdm?
I'm a big fan of Veeam but Veeam doesn't work with physical rdms.
Input appricated guys!