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My understanding regarding Veeam replication is that once the initial vmdk seed has been replicated on the remote host's storage the subsequent replicas are simply the deltas (from non-excluded VM disks) which are 'injected' into the seed vmdk, thus creating a synthetic full vmdk. I am sure I read this somewhere in the Veeam documentation but cannot locate the information now!
Is this correct?
I ask because I need to specify n/w bandwidth and potential throughput for various speeds. The size of the nightly replica will have a bearing on this.
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Here is the link where you likely read it (towards the end):
http://www.veeam.com/blog/veeam-synthet ... ained.html
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