This basically means that if any block in the backup file gets corrupted the next job run will not detect that the blocks are different since checksum is compared to checksum from meta.During backup, Veeam Backup & Replication <...>scans through the VM image and calculates a checksum for every data block.
When incremental backup is run, Veeam Backup & Replication opens all backup files in the chain of previous full and incremental backups, reads metadata from these files and compares it with checksums calculated for a VM in its current state. If a match is found (which means the block already exists in the backup), the corresponding block is filtered out.
Yes you can do that with PowerShell scripting.Is there a way to disable CBT just one day a week?
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