This is just wrong - at least for Windows. MS-Sqlserver can truncate existing multi-GB instantly - and has been doing so for at least 10 years. E.g. it truncates a 10GB-file to 5GB in less than a second.Gostev wrote:(no modern file system supports file shrinking).
My only option is to delete the backup and restart from scratch. It's surely possible, but not convenient.
I do certainly not want to shrink vbk-files manually for 100 machines
Dima P. wrote:As I said before, periodic active full might solve this problem. For instance, in v2 you can set active full to be created on a monthly basis, that would not require lots of storage (...)
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