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Hello Larry,

Am 05.05.2022 um 21:30 schrieb Larry DrFranken Bolhuis <midrange@xxxxxxxxxxxx>:

#1 thing to remember is RECOVERY. I'm not going to tell you fast it must be to recover, or the steps needed must be 'less than x.' What i will tell you is you MUST understand that if a bad thing happens, EXACTLY how to put humpty dumpty back together again, AND how long that will take with the selected solution. Then compare that to the time your business can operate without the system being available.

Thank you! Your statements are of utmost importance and can never be over-emphasized!

Or put in other words: You don't backup for the sake of backup, but for the (rare) occasion that you need to recover! And *if* you need to recover, you want it to be as easy and quick as it can get, because when everything went bonkers, you're already nervous, tensed, and stressed — things which raise error probability considerably.

:wq! PoC

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