Don't know if we qualify as enterprise, but communities like this help get an external perspective regardless of the size of the organization. The challenge I find in larger orgs is the inertia involved in anything IT. Almost in the literal sense as far as trying to get something started but also in trying to halt / redirect a project that's heading for a bad outcome.
In an actual enterprise, I would suspect that only the management team of IT could have much real impact on a project going a bad direction. And again, it's getting those in management to have buy-in before anything would change.
"Critical" means everything outside "critical" is OK from the sources. So it's like "critical" is even more a niche than "any" production usage. That's why I think this wording is not fit: every production load (ie in a company) makes sense. Hobbyist is clearly not related to "production", that's why "critical" word isn't needed here
Critical in the business sense, means I need support, supporting it yourself is not an option.
Not exactly a Legion event, but we'll be at O'Fallon Brewery this evening from 6-9:30 with Barracuda. Feel free to stop in for a brew or two and learn a bit. I'll be talking community with attendees on the sidelines.
Tesla has donated two cars for test driving, although you would be a passenger along with a weekend Tesla giveaway!
So I've waited about 30 minutes or so, much longer after the backup completed. I still have a snapshot called XO_DELTA_BASE_VDI_SNAPSHOT. Am I able to delete it and it not affect the backup or is the delta based off of the snapshot?
Did you every get clarification on this? I suspect this is needed for the delta backup.
Yes, it uses the snapshots to make the backups. That's what I figured it was doing, but since Dustin didn't see it I thought maybe something was wrong.
We resolved it in another thread, I can't remember which one at this point.
@coliver that's partially why I'm looking, for me at least, a community completely dedicated to literary gaming. There are lots of general gaming communities out there already. Never going to really compete with those. But something unique, like discussing gaming in a storytelling context would be something special.