The integrity checker will scan the most recently uploaded files and revisions, data most likely to be needed for a restore, for corruption.
- If a file is found to be corrupted, we will then look to our second data center and check a second copy of that file. If the second copy is not corrupted then we will copy it to the primary data center to replace the corrupted one.
- If both copies of the files are corrupted then the file will be marked for re-upload on the next backup that is run.
Even though Intronis has these measures in place, it's a good idea never to take restore viability for granted. It is best practice to test a restore before a critical situation may occur. If possible, it is best to set up regular test restores.