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may i know which folders i need to exclude from AV realtime settings for Windows2008R2x64 Backup&Recovery VMserver?
Now i've set:
and the folders that contain
do i forget some?
that's why when i start a SureBackup job after some minutes i have a BSOD
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- Full Name: Dave Gold
I'm wondering if anyone has antivirus running on their Veeam Backup Server, and if so, what exclusions you've needed to make.
I'm thinking that the Catalog directory may be good to exclude from read monitoring, and probably exclude the repository directory.
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- Full Name: Luca Dell'Oca
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Too many files/ram/cache/data moving around during backups, I do not really want some antivirus to go nuts one day and block or corrupt my backups...
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This guy posted his suggetions but I am curious what VEEAM has to say on the subject:
http://www.interworks.com/blogs/ijahans ... exclusions
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- Full Name: Stephen Frost
(a) exclude any disk which stores backup-related data files (so anything which is a Target for a backup job); AND
(b) exclude files with suffix: .VBK .VIB .VMDK and .VRB
That seems to work really well for us, including the running of SureBackup jobs.
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