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Restarting Failed Cloud backups

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We currently have a backup job that runs every 3 hours that saves to the local storage and then it copies it over to our cloud storage.

 

Right now we are having troubles with our ISP and the copy to cloud portion of the backup fails.

 

Is there anyway to sync the data from the local and force it to copy to the cloud side of it?

 

Thanks.

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#1

Hello Viktor!

I assume by "copy" you mean a replication job within the backup plan? You could configure replication as a separate task and run it manually (or scheduled if this happens often) to bridge the connectivity issues. 

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Hello Viktor,

Welcome to Acronis forums!

Is there anyway to sync the data from the local and force it to copy to the cloud side of it?

This option for creating separate plans (which are not tied to a backup plan) for replication, validation, cleanup, and conversion to VM is available in Acronis Cyber Backup 12.5 Advanced edition. Please read more details on off-host mini-plans in the documentation: https://www.acronis.com/en-us/support/documentation/AcronisCyberBackup_12.5/#38951.html

If you own a Standard edition Acronis Cyber Backup 12.5 license, then you can temporarily workaround the failing to cloud replication job by creating a separate backup to cloud task and schedule it in a convenient time frame.