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Deduplication and Rehydration

Created: 05 Dec 2012 • Updated: 06 Dec 2012 | 1 comment
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Hello,

I'm trying to understand what rehydration is and how it works, especially when it comes to raw data and bk files. Just general information about it.

Thanks.

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SuperBrain's picture

In simple terms Rehydration means "un-deduplicating" (well there's no such word, but it helps understand)...

Backup Exec lets you copy deduplicated data from an OpenStorage device to tape for long-term or off-site storage. When data is copied to tape, it is rehydrated. In other words, the files are reassembled into their original form and are not deduplicated.

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