Dave23 wrote:My vendor recommended I use a server with JBODs as my primary backup for the 2 week's worth of daily backups and use a HP StoreOnce for my backup copy job with long-term retention. Does this sound like the "best practice" scenario for Veeam backups?
If you do not plan to switch from Reverse Incremental to Forward then I'd recommend you to stay away from RAIDs with parity (5 or 6), RAID 10 is good to go with. Splitting will eliminate all performance benefits of having many spindles, so it is better to stay with a single array. This article is also useful.What would be the best Raid type for these drives? Splitting them up into 3 Raid 10 for each backup above?
iSCSI is fine. Since you plan to use 10 Gbit, the link is not likely to be a bottleneck in your case.Also as the current nas mounting solution is using iscsi on to the veeam server, does this provide any draw backs / performance problems?
Which part of FLR process is the slowest? Browsing for files to restore or the actual restore process?Also the large VM is very slow when performing FLR, I presume this is due to A: the Size of the VM and the server its sitting on with the 1GB links?
Kindly create a separate thread with a detailed description of your infrastructure (repo location, mount server settings etc).On the FLR process, it's the mourning of the backup file.
I think that adding Veeam services to AV exclusions should be enough. Please also post your case ID.I have spoken to support regarding it, they said to remove the AV entirely.
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