Assuming you have:
F1 a b c d e f F2 g h i j k l m F3 n
where [a-z] are the pitr snapshots and F1, F2 are fulls that have been run – can PBM recover to ’ ’ if F2 is lost or damaged? or are all of the points in time between ‘f’ and ‘F3’ useless?
Asked another way - does [a-m] form a continuous chain of oplogs regardless of presence of F2?
Reason I ask is recently saw some partial uploads to an s3 equivalent datastore, and was wondering what the resulting state would be in overall recoverability given that one of the full backups was apparently bad/incomplete.