I am wondering if you have any tips (i.e. checklists) for carrying out a backup and recovery audit.
That's a pretty broad question. An audit is really a matter of checking what you know you have against what you can verify has been backed up. But putting that into an easy checklist is not easy. What you should do is get good lists of what you have and what you're backing up.
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