Is the kopano database atomic redundant?.
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I have worked many years as a Microsoft Exchange specialist.
Now, I work at a Kopano using company
I am wondering, how the databases compare.
from Exchange side I know it uses transaction logs, for every DB action.
So in the event of a server crash, the latest backup + last transaction logs, can bring a DB to its latest state.
The proces is often referred to as atomic (or acid).
why i wonder this
I am thinking of HA backup (snapshot) strategies for Kopano in a XCP-ng server setup
And so I wonder if recovery also gets a DB till the point of failure (by transaction logs).
Kopano uses InnoDB within MySQL/MariaDB. Ultimately its the database server that takes the most responsibility of acid confirmity.