Why We Love to DASH (And You Should, Too!)

Post by Brian Mitchell (thank you)

Nobody likes slow backups.

Take, for example, “Synthetic Full” backups. This type of backup allows for the creation of a new “full” backup image by combining a previous full backup with the associated incremental backups – essentially implementing an “Incremental Forever” strategy.

Generally speaking, a synthetic full means less time is needed to perform a backup and system restore times are reduced.

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