Can I backup everything my old Samsung Galaxy J2 android 5.1 to a Vivo X60 Pro with android 10?

Can I backup everything addresses, phone numbers, added apps, photos from my old Samsung Galaxy J2 with android 5.1.1 to a new Vivo X60 Pro with android 10 using My Drive (google)? Is it possible and if so how to do it? I don’t want to lose all my personal data in the change-over and stuff like bank details I’m not sure I have all the info for any more. Many thanks for answers but please – assume you are explaining to a 75 yr old who is not experienced at all in smart phones that are far smarter than I am – KISS please (Keep It Simple ***) Thanks.

How can I restore iPhone from iTunes Backup BUT keep iCloud Notes?

I lost my old iphone SE (gen 1) and most recent backup was 6 months ago (iTunes, no iCloud backup). I want to restore to a new iPhone SE (gen 2020) with the older iTunes backup BUT keep or somehow download all of my recent iCloud Notes (I do backup Notes and Contacts to iCloud). I do see in iCloud Account Advanced settings that I can restore to an iCloud Contact version, but how do this with notes? BTW, I’m using Windoz 2010 not a Mac.

Any suggestions are appreciated.

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We backup over the weekend our full backups to a backup server with a large EBS volume. Once this is complete we have a second step to invoke a powershell script remotely on the backup server that uses Rclone to sync the backups to S3. Perhaps this is a daft idea – and I’d be more than willing to hear what other suggestions you have.

However, there are a few problems with this. Firstly, it takes soooo long – and at scale this isn’t going to work. Secondly when the powershell script invokes on the backup server, if the rclone stops working for whatever reason the SQL job just assumes it has completed successfully. So my question is, is there a way for the backup job to be “aware” of whether the rclone S3 sync has completed successfully or not – and obviously if it fails then the job is considered a failure and notifies accordingly.

Any ideas or suggestions?

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How memory limit for backup process is calculated?

How "memory limit" for backup process is actually calculated?

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According to StoneFly – Veeam Backup & Replication Best Practices:

You may deploy the Veeam Backup and Replication Server as either virtual or physical server. It will run on Windows server 2008 R2 or higher with 64-bit operating system type only. It is recommended to install Veeam Backup & Replication and its components on a dedicated machine.

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In most cases, > is the recommended deployment. It provides high-availability for the Veeam Backup Server component through features like vSphere Fault Tolerance, vSphere High-Availability or Hyper-V Failover Clustering. It also provides flexibility in scaling and sizing as the environment grows.

The virtual machine can also be replicated to a secondary location such as a disaster recovery (DR) site. If the VM itself should fail or in the event of an infrastructure/datacenter failure, the replicated VM can be powered on. Best practice in a two site environment is to install the VBR in the DR site. In the event of a disaster, the backup server is already available to initiate the recovery.

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In small to medium environments (up to 500 virtual machines (VM)), it is common to a single physical server running the Veeam Backup and Replication server, backup repository and backup proxy components. This is also called an “Appliance Model” deployment.

In large environments (over 2500 VMs) running the Veeam Backup and Replication services on separate servers either physical or virtual will provide better performance. When running several jobs concurrently, consuming large amounts of CPU and RAM, scaling-up the virtual Backup and Replication server to meet the system requirements may become unpractical.

One advantage of having the Veeam Backup and Replication server running on a physical server is that it runs independently from the virtual platform. This might be an ideal situation when recovering the virtualized platform from a disaster.

In an enterprise environment, you may choose to install an additional VBR to speed-up the recovery process in the event of a disaster. You may reuse existing availability components such as a repository server or proxy for the standby Veeam Backup and Replication server.

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backup – How to actually delete SMS/MMS messages using third-party SMS applications like Pulse SMS?

A while back, I switched from Samsung’s default SMS app (Samsung Messages) to Pulse SMS.

For many months, I’ve been using Pulse SMS to delete old SMS and MMS messages. After deleting almost all MMS messages and thousands of SMS messages, I backed up Android’s SMS/MMS database using Epistolaire. Much to my surprise, the backup was over 500GB.

Given that SMS messages are tiny, I immediately knew something was wrong. So I loaded up Samsung’s default SMS app, and sure enough, every one of my supposedly-deleted SMS and MMS messages are still technically on the Android device (even though thousands of them had supposedly been deleted by the Pulse SMS app).

Besides going through tens of thousands of SMS and MMS messages again, how can I remove all the supposedly-deleted SMS/MMS messages from Android without removing the thousands of messages I want to keep?

Also, how do I prevent this mess from happening in the future?

Ignore Backup of OFFLINE User databases

Will SQL Server Maintenance Solution ignore user databases that are OFFLINE even if I’ve specified ‘USER_DATABASES’. I’d like to not have to exclude them individually as the list of those offline changes frequently. Is there a way to make it ignore OFFLINE user databases?