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Backup Copy to SOBR with GFS (Azure Blob): Bandwidth Usage

Post by arti73 » Jul 31, 2019 4:45 pm

Hi,

We're trying to establish how much bandwidth we will need when the backups are moved to the Capacity Tier (Azure Blob). We're using Backup Copy Jobs with GFS enabled, the question is if when the full backups are sealed (Weekly, Monthly, Yearly) all data related to this full backups will be uploaded to the Azure Blob Storage, example if the fulls are 5 TB, when the SOBR offload job is executed it will move 5 TB every single time? or will only be uploaded the first full and then Veeam B&R manipulates what is already in the Blob Storage to create the other full files

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Re: Backup Copy to SOBR with GFS (Azure Blob): Bandwidth Usage

Post by veremin » Jul 31, 2019 5:02 pm

or will only be uploaded the first full and then Veeam B&R manipulates what is already in the Blob Storage to create the other full files
This. Check our User Guide for more information regarding this. Thanks!

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Re: Backup Copy to SOBR with GFS (Azure Blob): Bandwidth Usage

Post by arti73 » Jul 31, 2019 5:06 pm 1 person likes this post

Thanks! we're looking for that info in the user guide

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[MERGED] Object storage offload

Post by arosas » Aug 15, 2019 10:06 pm

If I have 2 full yearly VBKs in my local repository one from 2016 that is 12TB and one from 2017 that is 13TB.
I setup and configure SOBR to offload those two.
The initial offload is the entire 12TB, how is the subsequent offload handled?

Is the entire 13TB file offloaded or only blocks that do not exist in object storage?
If it's only the blocks that do not exist how does Veeam handle the remaining blocks in the local repository?

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Re: Backup Copy to SOBR with GFS (Azure Blob): Bandwidth Usage

Post by veremin » Aug 16, 2019 1:43 pm

only blocks that do not exist in object storage?
This. Thanks!

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