OSX - Files moved to new drive - any way to avoid new upload
I'm migrating a large amount of data from a local drive to a network drive. The local drive is currently backed up via Cloudberry to S3. Is it possible to reconfigure my backup plan without having to re-upload all of the data?
If the only thing that's changed is the drive I suggest to download our
(only for Windows machines), enter your cloud credentials and modify the cloud path so that it mirrors the one that is currently being backed up.
After that synchronize the repository in backup software following these steps:
1. Go to Settings - Application - Synchronize Repository.
2. Choose your account from dropdown menu.
3. Press Synchronize Now
After the process is finished the software should recognize the changes and will be able to continue backups from new source.
Thanks, Matt. That worked perfectly.
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