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Day1 (veeam 2.2) - 1.40 GB
Day2 (veeam 2.2) - 2.00 GB
Day3 (veeam 2.2) - 4.95 GB
Day4 (veeam 2.2) - 7.29 GB
Day5 (veeam 2.2) - 1.20 GB
Day6 (veeam 2.2) - 2.91 GB (cached)
Day7 (veeam 3.0) - 12.1. GB (cached)
Meanwhile our fileservers (with spinning HDDs) get about 300-500 megs per day, same story observed with our customers servers, I dont have SSD equipped server unfortunately. It seems pretty unreasonable to have 32GB of changed data per weekly use. I observed this even with light use (only outlook mails and system running) - next day, bam, 2 gigs of "changed data". I dont know how veeam calculates this but the backups are really huge for my liking on Windows Client OS.
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from my experience this has nothing to do with the storage technology (SSD / NVMe / HDD). 1-2GB changes seem to happen for each reboot of Windows. Which does not happen do your fileserver. That's why it has so small backups. Also Outlook creates a lot of changes.
Just to make sure: you do block based backup (volume level or entire computer)?
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