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- Full Name: Martin van den Nieuwendijk
For example you make a backup 3 times a day from Exchange 2007, does that not give any problems for the Log files or the database of Exchange 2007?
So is it no problem that de logfiles were cleaned up 3 times a day?
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One thing you will notice is that the value of Changed Block Tracking is diminished because so much darn data changes.
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I'm hoping that Exchange 2007/2010 will help this significantly, both because we can run 64-bit OS for larger buffers, and because Exchange 2007/2010 has significant scalability changes which lower it's per user IOP requirements.
Our Exchange server is also very busy because it's integrated with an archiving system, a unified messaging system, and has bout 125 blackberry users. Not only that, but our users have large mailboxes.
In other words, running Veeam jobs doesn't really cause a problem if your overall system has enough headroom to handle added overhead, but if you're already pushing the limits of your existing environment, you may see some impact.