Have you tried to get some info on what process/es consumes CPU and RAM?During the backup run, load is hovering around 1 with about 50% memory utilization.
Please be aware that in this case you'll have to unload veeamsnap module manually in order to unmount the snapshot when the backup session ends. Next time you mount the snapshot it will be treated as a new block device thus you'll get full backup instead of incremental.<...>use the backup target to mount the LUNs so that all of the backup activity is local.
You can lower agent's priority in /etc/veeam/veeam.ini config file, should you decide to give it a try.I don't want to install or run the agent on the file server itself due to the potential load.
Veeam does not use LVM snapshots, it uses its own snapshot mechanism instead.veeam tries to create a snapshot, and probably does so for the local machine which is using it but NOT for the volumes we are trying to protect which do not use LVM.
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