Removing Backup Repositories

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    Veeam Backup for Google Cloud allows you to permanently remove backup repositories from the infrastructure. When you remove a backup repository, Veeam Backup for Google Cloud unassigns the repository from the target storage bucket folder so that the folder is no longer used as a repository.

    Note

    Even though the storage bucket folder is no longer used as a repository, Veeam Backup for Google Cloud preserves all backups previously stored in the repository and keeps these backups in Google Cloud Storage. You can assign the folder to a new backup repository so that Veeam Backup for Google Cloud imports the backed-up data to the configuration database. In this case, you will be able to perform all disaster recovery operations described in section Performing Restore.

    If you no longer need the backed-up data, you can remove it as described in section Removing Backups and Snapshots.

    To remove a backup repository from the Veeam Backup for Google Cloud infrastructure, do the following:

    1. Switch to the Configuration page.
    2. Navigate to Repositories.
    3. Select the repository and click Remove.

    Note

    You cannot remove a backup repository that is used by any backup policy or by a scheduled configuration backup. Modify the settings of all the related policies to remove references to the repository, change the configuration backup schedule — and then try removing the repository again.

    Removing Backup Repositories