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  1. f14tomcat's Avatar
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    Hoosier Daddy said:
    Thanks. Can you confirm you only have to initiate ONE RDR when there are incremental or differential backups since the last full? I would not want to do one from the full and then another RDR from the latest differentials or RDRs for all incrementals since the last full.
    Hi, Hoosier....

    You point to the latest Incremental or Differential to restore, not the base full, unless that is what you really want. During the RDR, it will restore the base full, then automatically apply the incremental/differential. Always point to the backup file (incr/diff) where you want to end up, and MR will do the rest.
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       #671

    Hoosier Daddy said:
    Thanks. Can you confirm you only have to initiate ONE RDR when there are incremental or differential backups since the last full? I would not want to do one from the full and then another RDR from the latest differentials or RDRs for all incrementals since the last full.
    Just the one. It will load and scan the latest full and as many differentials and incrementals in the chain and apply them in one go.
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  4. Caledon Ken's Avatar
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       #673

    Does Macrium use the Rapid Delta Restore as the default restore? Checking their knowledge base I don't see a way to invoke RDR.
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  5. f14tomcat's Avatar
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       #674

    Caledon Ken said:
    Does Macrium use the Rapid Delta Restore as the default restore? Checking their knowledge base I don't see a way to invoke RDR.
    Like this.......

    It defaults to it, but can be changed.

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  6. kado897's Avatar
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       #675

    Caledon Ken said:
    Does Macrium use the Rapid Delta Restore as the default restore? Checking their knowledge base I don't see a way to invoke RDR.
    Yes it does Ken. It's in the Options.
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  7. Caledon Ken's Avatar
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       #676

    Thank you TC and Keith.

    I searched how to use RDR or how to invoke, never got options in knowledge base.
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  8. CountMike's Avatar
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       #677

    Not in free version ?
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  9. f14tomcat's Avatar
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       #678

    CountMike said:
    Not in free version ?
    No, sir. Shame....

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  10. Hoosier Daddy's Avatar
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       #679

    Sort of a side question, but I'm still confused about why Macrium only mentions RD related to Clone and Restore but not Backup. I don't see any reason it couldn't apply to backups and since backups are done many many many more times than restores, why RD isn't mentioned for Backup. Is it an oversight, or they use some other term that means the same with Backup, or there is something so different between Clone and Backup that makes RD possible for Clone but not for Backup?

    I am very concerned about the lifespan of the SSDs. When only a few bytes of a file are changed, restoring just the blocks that changed as opposed to the entire file would make a massive difference in the lifespan of the SSD.
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