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When backing up o365 data if I am using DAS like windows or linux, does the repository requirements remain same as for veeam backup & replication?

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Best answer by Mildur 23 November 2021, 12:38

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No, linux repos cannot be used.

The supported Backup Repos are documented here:

https://helpcenter.veeam.com/docs/vbo365/guide/vbo_backup_repositories.html?ver=50


CPU and RAM requirement is documented here (Proxy server is the backup repo):

https://helpcenter.veeam.com/docs/vbo365/guide/vbo_system_requirements.html?ver=50#backup-proxy-server

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@Mildur I got the answer to my question but you need to refer this link

https://helpcenter.veeam.com/docs/vbo365/guide/br_das.html?ver=50

I think you are wrong on the linux repository

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@Mildur I got the answer to my question but you need to refer this link

https://helpcenter.veeam.com/docs/vbo365/guide/br_das.html?ver=50

I think you are wrong on the linux repository

“Mildur” and “wrong” in the same sentence is hard to be real.

In the link you posted @Anandu , last row say:

“The [Linux] storage must then be provisioned to the Windows-based server VM as a volume in the guest OS.”

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Edit. Duplicate post. Sorry.

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@Mildur I got the answer to my question but you need to refer this link

https://helpcenter.veeam.com/docs/vbo365/guide/br_das.html?ver=50

I think you are wrong on the linux repository

Of course, thats possible. You use iscsi or fc to present this linux storage as a virtual disk (lun) to the windows OS.

The disk must then be formatted with ntfs or refs to use it. For me, in the end, this is a windows backup repo. You can‘t use „a linux Backup Repo“ like in the vbr product. :)

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