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need to copy dpm data to cloud RRS feed

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  • i'm trying to copy protected data off of the dpm volumes and into s3 using cloudberry.  is there an easy way to read the volumes?  i tried mounting them and that seems to be locking up the files causing inconsistent replicas.  is there a way to dump out a copy of the data i'm trying to copy up to the cloud?  if that is the case is it possible to do it incrementally?  i can't upload huge files like that everyday.  
    Thursday, November 17, 2011 12:08 AM

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  • i'm trying to copy protected data off of the dpm volumes and into s3 using cloudberry.  is there an easy way to read the volumes?  i tried mounting them and that seems to be locking up the files causing inconsistent replicas.  is there a way to dump out a copy of the data i'm trying to copy up to the cloud?  if that is the case is it possible to do it incrementally?  i can't upload huge files like that everyday.  

    Hi Jwang123,

    Microsoft DPM MVP Yegor has done something like this and he is the only one that I know of. He used custom volumes and Firestreamer to get the data up to Dropbox cloud. Here is a link to his blog post explaining what he did to accomplish this: http://tinyurl.com/DPM-and-Dropbox-by-Yegor . It may help give you insight into what you are trying to do.

    HTH


    My Blog | www.buchatech.com | www.dpm2010.com
    Thursday, November 17, 2011 6:54 AM
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  • i'm trying to copy protected data off of the dpm volumes and into s3 using cloudberry.  is there an easy way to read the volumes?  i tried mounting them and that seems to be locking up the files causing inconsistent replicas.  is there a way to dump out a copy of the data i'm trying to copy up to the cloud?  if that is the case is it possible to do it incrementally?  i can't upload huge files like that everyday.  

    Hi Jwang123,

    Microsoft DPM MVP Yegor has done something like this and he is the only one that I know of. He used custom volumes and Firestreamer to get the data up to Dropbox cloud. Here is a link to his blog post explaining what he did to accomplish this: http://tinyurl.com/DPM-and-Dropbox-by-Yegor . It may help give you insight into what you are trying to do.

    HTH


    My Blog | www.buchatech.com | www.dpm2010.com
    Thursday, November 17, 2011 6:54 AM
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    Thursday, November 8, 2012 6:13 AM
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