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When developing a disaster recovery plan, what is the result of choosing a particular recovery time objective

When developing a disaster recovery plan, what is the result of choosing a particular recovery time objective for a system?

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A.
Determines the type and location of the backup media

B.
Determines how often to take a backup of the system

C.
Determines how long to retain backup copies

D.
Determines how many transaction logs should be backed up

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8 Comments on “When developing a disaster recovery plan, what is the result of choosing a particular recovery time objective

    1. kerkael says:

      (A) does make sense. The RTO determines how fast you can restore after the crash. Using local disk is much faster than remotely stored tapes. So “Type and location of media” is definitely related to RTO.




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    2. Derr says:

      Apparently you are all confused as to what is RPO and RTO is.
      This question speaks to RTO, which is what DR uses to define how quickly you can recover.
      RPO is not; This determines how often you want to back up your data or better phasing tolerance to data loss.

      Read the documentation
      A is the correct answer!




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