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Here's the environment:
Veeam is running on vCenter, which is virtualized on ESX 4.1, latest update
vCenter is running on production ESX server
destination is datastore on backup ESX server, also running ESX 4.1, latest update
source VM is an XP machine and its size is about 75GB
The replication job averages about 120MBs.
The backup job averages about 30MBs.
Both targets are the same datastore on the backup ESX box and both are using Virtual Appliance mode.
The backup job is configured as Reversed Incremental with data deduplication enabled, compression set at Optimal, Storage is optimized for local target, and changed block tracking is enabled.
Is this type of performance difference between replication and backup jobs to be expected?
thanks in advance,
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