The next video is to perform recovery for your container when the disaster happened.
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Friday, October 28, 2022
Thursday, October 27, 2022
In a previous post, we talked about the basic configuration for Kasten.
It is time to start looking at the backup of the Kubernetes container.
Monday, October 17, 2022
Here is a compilation of the Apple Watch that I'm using:
To download, open Apple Store
to record workout activity
to create a card for payment. Only suitable for those using bar code. Once you have created a card with a scan bar code, you can use it on an apple watch.
c) Sleep ++
good to track your sleeping pattern.
to use whatsapp on AppleWatch
to use grab e-wallet for payment. You can use apple watch to make payments or receive money.
f) Microsoft Authenticator
MFA support. You can approve/reject from apple watch
watch youtube on an apple watch with Bluetooth earphones. Best use during commuting public transport.
Pay petrol on one tap features. It only works for Petronas petrol station in Malaysia
Sunday, October 16, 2022
Today I just received my new Apple Watch SE 2022 - 44mm from Apple Store. Ordered online and took 4 days to ship from Singapore to Malaysia.
Let's do some unboxing.1st step: Charging first before doing a sync with iPhone.
2nds step: Sync with iPhone & update with the latest firmware 9.0.2
Tuesday, October 11, 2022
Saturday, October 8, 2022
Tuesday, October 4, 2022
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Monday, October 3, 2022
If you're interested to learn about Kubernetes, this month (Oct 2022), Pluralsight is giving away 5 free courses. You can try them at no cost.
These are the 5 courses:
- Getting started with Kubernetes
- Kubernetes Installation and Configuration Fundamental
- Kubernetes for Developers: Core Concept
- Managing the Kubernetes API Server and POD
- Leveraging Advanced Features on the Google Cloud Kubernetes Engine
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Enjoy and Happy Learning!
In this post, we will look at how to calculate the tape required on veeam.
Before we proceed, let's understand the tape LTO size
For example LTO9, one tape size should be 18 TB. Always refer to native raw when doing tape calculations. Veeam has compression & dedupe when backup, so when storing data into a tape you should refer to native raw.
Next is using the calculator here:- https://calculator.veeam.com/vbr/
It is the same calculator that we use to calculate the backup repository. We just need to do some tweaks when calculating tape consumption.
- Put source size: 100 TB [our example]
- scope of work - set to 1
- Turn off refs
Example: 7 day, 4 week, 12 month, 3 years
- daily - 7
- weekly -3
- monthly - 1
- yearly - 1
Put into a table and start to divide according to LTO 9. Example for daily - 31/18 = 2 [round up]
The total tape required for 3 years is 82 tapes.
I did a video explaining how I came out with the above tape. Please watch the video below: