lobo519 wrote:But I am using it for Exchange server replication and getting pretty good results. Takes anywhere from 5 - 20 minutes to replicate each server (2 servers - separate jobs ) depending on the load (15MB pipe shared - throttling to 15MB during the day).
gopher_49 wrote:I thought they already had technology that only sent the changed blocks... I thought it only sent the part of the changed block and not the entire block... I thought it was like rsync protocol where sections of the changed blocked were sent and not the entire block.. I guess not... We'll see... I'm about to be at the phase of my virtualization project where replication will be implemented... Hopefully it won't be too long.
tsightler wrote:It is important to note however, that nothing Veeam can do will be magic.
tsightler wrote:Replication of an entire Exchange VM with a 50GB info store via a 3Mb link is still likely to take 3-4 hours because it won't be uncommon for the server to create 2-3GB of logs, and there will be 1-2GB of changes in the info store. You've never mentioned how many GB's of logs your Exchange server generates a day, but that pretty much indicates the minimum amount of data that has to be transferred no matter the block size.
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