So, I'm selling a house and I'm going to have a bloody ulcer before it's sold at this rate.
First, weird issues with the title and a mortgage that was paid off but still listed on a lookup site.
NOW the BUYER is having some issues and our closing has been pushed back from last week, to this week maybe by Friday, to now sometime maybe early next week...
But, at least some good news for this week, we've got the systems hooked up to begin prepping for our migration to a "cloud" which is basically using backups of our data to do it (we're standing up new VMs in the cloud.) So I now have TOTAL CONTROL (/insert maniacal cackle) of my database backups! It also helps that the migration devices do the backups in WAY less time than the backup system our NEC uses (looks like it does a "snapshot" then backs up the snapshots, as well as the transaction log backups)
If anyone has heard of "Rubrik" backup systems, that's what we're using. The truth of how good it is will be when I do a local test restore, of course.