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we are using azure blob storage as an extent for our SOBR and it works beautiful. When I take a look at the offloading process, I'm always wondering about the shown figures:
The restore point has 7,6 GB which is shown in the brackets but what is 11,3 GB read? If there are only 7,6 GB in the restore point, then why does veeam read much more? And I'm wondering where it is reading this data. On the local repository or from the object storage or both? What should this number represent?
Thanks for the clarifications!
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Our QA has confirmed this to be a calculation UI Bug and will be fixed in an upcoming update. That 11.3GB is your uncompressed storage size relative to the vrb.
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