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What Is CDP Backup?

 

As per our Backup Policy, Continuous Data Protection (CDP) store the Data Backup to a third-party server at the specified intervals. It runs the Backup once in a 24 hours cycle. We can restore the backed up data from the available restore points on your support ticket request.

 

How Does It Work?

 

After configuring the CDP Backup for your Data, it will create a replica of all the Contents to a separate Disk on a Backup server. Once the Replica is created for your contents, CDP will track the block level Deltas between scheduled synchronizations using a volume filter Device Driver. Synchronizations can be scheduled as frequently as every 15 minutes, 1 day, specific weekday etc. for an entire server.

CDP Backup uses Microsoft Volume Shadow Copy Service to take block level point in time volume snapshots of the running volume/disk. File system will not affect when a snapshot is performed. It will take less than a minute to take the snapshot without making notice to the running application or user.

For Linux Servers, it uses proprietary Linux kernel module to take the volume snapshots.

You can submit a support ticket from the client area to avail the CDP Backup Service for your Data. Please refer to the following article to submit a support ticket.

https://manage.accuwebhosting.com/knowledgebase/191/How-do-I-create-and-manage-support-tickets-from-client-area.html


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