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Re: Should VSS copies reside on redundant storage? [message #163645] Thu, 04 June 2009 09:20 Go to next message
Kris  is currently offline Kris
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Registered: September 2009
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Hi Zucht

Generally when the VSS service can't write to the disk when it is full it
will just log the event and continue running, I have also seen it where VSS
automatically disables itself when there isnt any room left. I wouldnt worry
about it if the SATA drive was to fail then VSS would disable itself and no
problems would occur, I'd try to monitor the health of the drive though as
it's a nice feature to have for clients.



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Re: Should VSS copies reside on redundant storage? [message #164267 is a reply to message #163645] Thu, 18 June 2009 21:19 Go to previous message
Zucht  is currently offline Zucht  Australia
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Registered: June 2009
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Thanks very much for the clear answer, Kris. We are now running our
VSS copies on a single SATA drive allowing us to have longer history.

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