Re: Telepresense Content Server Recordings back up
It depends on what you're trying to achieve to the best way to do it. Do you want a backup so you can restore the system in event of a failure, or just want a copy of the videos?
There are two parts to the content - the database and the media. One part isn't necessarily much use without the other for a system restore.
One option is to host the SQL database on a separate server (and is required if you cluster your TCS devices), and to have your media stored on an external SAN/NAS. You can then backup these external storage areas via your normal backup process for that type of device.
If you just want a copy of the videos, you can export them through the web interface or grab the transcoded video files from the media folder on the server.
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