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How to increase incremental points?

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Hello,

We have a backup desktop to backup VMs by Veeam, one of backup disk has 1.36TB to back file server.

FIrst full backup used 607GB (vbk), after 55 incremental backup (vib), Veeam start full backup again with 618GB (vbk),

the backup disk only have 51.2GB now .... how to increase incremental points ?

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Re: How to increase incremental points?

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Hi, to do this you need to schedule your full backup to happen less often. Thanks.

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Re: How to increase incremental points?

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Hi,

Where to set it ?

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Re: How to increase incremental points?

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Same advanced job settings page where you select actual backup mode (reversed incremental vs. incremental).

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Do you mean "Active full backup" ?

If set it to Monthly on First Monday on every Months and the disk full, where to delete previous month data?

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Yes, I guess Anton was referring to this option. Previous month data will be automatically deleted by your retention policy.

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I meant active or synthetic - whichever you are using for this job. Thanks.

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