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Large Physical RDM VM backup solution ?

Large Physical RDM VM backup solution ?

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Question Large Physical RDM VM backup solution ?

Hi All,

I'd like to explore or have a look around of what might be the good way of backing up my Exchange Server 2007 CCR - Mailbox VM with 10x DB partitions and 10x Log partitions which means I got 20x Physical RDM connection to the direct SAN via fiber channel.

the total data size is approximately 750 GB, would you kindly share your idea of how you do your Physical RDM VM backup ?

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