- Veeam ProPartner
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- Full Name: Matthew Ogden
Recently moved a site to Exchange 2010 from 2003, and first off, even though the size of the VM is the same, the speed at which the backup occurs, is DRAMATICALLY faster... i mean 6 hours vs 1 hour. Attributable mainly because there is so much less IO on exchange 2010 during the snapshot. +1 for MS.
Anyway, I'm now wondering, should I actually even backup the log files? (Essentially its going to double up the daily incremental size ?)
Doesn't seem much point in keeping the log files in the backup, or do you recommend keeping them to possibly replay them against a previous backup (I dont imagine thats particular easy to go ahead and do anyway)
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- Full Name: Alexander Fogelson
By default, transaction logs are truncated upon successful backup, but you can control this behavior via advanced settings of the backup job.
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