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Data Protector StoreOnce

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Microsoft Windows Server 2008 (64-bit)

Last September I installed DP 9.0 onto a Windows Server 2012R2 virtual machine.  I mounted a 10TB volume onto the server and setup my backups to use StoreOnce so I could make use of the Data Deduplication.  As I started moving my servers into the StoreOnce volume I noticed that I was going to run out of space on my SAN.

 

My first question is can I move the volume from one SAN to another SAN without any issues?  If I can, which way should I do this?  We thought about making a replica of the volume to the new SAN and then making that be the live volume.

 

My second question is that I was told that while I am using StoreOnce I can only have one volume.  Well, what do I do when my MS volume reaches it maximum disk space of 15TB?  How do I backup the rest of my files?  There has to be an easy way to create another Device so I can continue backing up my data.

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Although the data protector storeone is now a part of HPE and you can get more support on :

http://community.hpe.com/t5/Technical-Support-Services/DPTIPS-Data-Protector-StoreOnce-Software-Info...

 

Here are a few details i found that may help you out:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nb9RQPQZhgE

 

Or

 

http://www.slideshare.net/AndreyKarpov11/hpe-data-protector-best-practice-guide

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