Word from Gostev wrote:IMPORTANT: Possible data corruption when using Veeam Endpoint Backup (VEB) for backup of server workloads! While enhancing server applications backup and recovery in the upcoming VEB 1.1 release, we have identified an issue that may result in unrecoverable restore points created. Essentially, due to the lack of advanced application awareness in the current VEB version, in some scenarios our Changed Block Tracking (CBT) engine is not able to detect that application database files have changed since last backup, thus not performing a scan of their content for changed data blocks to include in the incremental backup. As the result, not every incremental backup will be recoverable. Potentially affected are server applications such as Microsoft Exchange or SQL Server. The issue is resolved in VEB 1.1 with the application-specific logic in our CBT engine, and we are back porting this code to make it available as a hot fix for v1. Meanwhile, you can always create a restore point that will be guaranteed to contain server applications in recoverable state by performing "ad-hoc" backup manually, since this one does not leverage CBT.
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