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  • Diffrence between Differential & Incremental Backups

    Hi Everyone

    I cannot able to uderstand the exact difference between

    Diffrential Backup and Incremental backups

    There are so many artical through google but still

    Not clearly understood to me

    If any one tell be clearly will be appricated

    Thanks & Regards
    winxandlinx

  • #2
    Re: Diffrence between Differential & Incremental Backups

    Incremental Backups

    An incremental backup is a backup of all files that have changed since the last normal/incremental backup. The archive bit is cleared.

    Differential Backup

    A differential backup is a backup of all the files that have been backed up since the last normal/full backup. The archive bit is NOT cleared.

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    • #3
      Re: Diffrence between Differential & Incremental Backups

      Graphical representation of what wullieb1 explain..


      http://open-systems.ufl.edu/services...inc-backup.png
      Incremental Backup


      http://open-systems.ufl.edu/services/NSAM/images/diff-backup.png

      Differential Backup
      Just another MCP

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      • #4
        Re: Diffrence between Differential & Incremental Backups

        hello,

        IF you require any help regarding then i suugest microsoft is the best source to get it

        Hearty

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        • #5
          Re: Diffrence between Differential & Incremental Backups

          Thanks for all your postings

          Now i can understand thanks

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          • #6
            Re: Diffrence between Differential & Incremental Backups

            Originally posted by winxandlinx
            Thanks for all your postings

            Now i can understand thanks
            Glad to hear that..
            Just another MCP

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