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New VEEAM USER setting up Disk Based Target on SAN

Post by ttlyons » Aug 14, 2019 7:56 pm

Have a 2016 Physical Server Fiber Attached to OLD san as backup target, I presented two 60 TB Luns to the server to use as backup targets looking for best practices for Configuring the volumes, I formatted with a 64KB block size , but have seen other topics about doing command line to format the disk targets

Switching from Commvault, they wouldn't buy e a nice disk appliance like exagrid

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Re: New VEEAM USER setting up Disk Based Target on SAN

Post by Gostev » Aug 14, 2019 9:38 pm

Hello and welcome! Did you have a question that you forgot to post? Thanks.

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Re: New VEEAM USER setting up Disk Based Target on SAN

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Re: New VEEAM USER setting up Disk Based Target on SAN

Post by nunciate » Aug 15, 2019 6:48 pm

Watch your volume size if you are using Windows deduplication. I think it is max 64tb with Windows 2016 but I personally went with 40Tb disks.

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