Vitaliy S. wrote:Hello,
Please take a look at the third page of this topic, where Tom explained the behavior you most likely experience.
ColtsFanMN wrote:Also, I will note that I deleted 30GB of old files off the first server I listed, this made NO change in my backup file size the next day (or even weeks later).
tsightler wrote:If you create a 40GB virtual disk, add 20GB of data to it, and then delete it, then take a Veeam backup, the Veeam increment will 20GB (assuming no compression)..... For example, I was once able to use a Veeam backup to recover a file that had been created and deleted on the same day by using an NTFS "undelete" program on a Veeam backup from a week earlier. This is something that would have been completely not possible with a traditional backup product. Also, a Veeam backup of a powered off VM is a forensically accurate image of the system, which can be very valuable for security related analysis.
ColtsFanMN wrote:NO THIS DOES NOT APPLY. PLEASE READ MY POST AND RETURN IT AS A SEPERATE POST!
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