Veeam Hardened Repository makes it rather hard for a hacker to delete your company’s backup restore points. Therefore we love it! But what can we do for freeing space in Veeam Hardened Repository? This can be necessary if repository is almost full. I will show in this post what works and what doesn’t
This post is about a feature of the Veeam Hardened Repository. It is about the ability to extend the immutable time of existing restore points. Veeam made this possible by using PowerShell. See here how to change expiration date of restore points in Veeam Hardened Repository and what’s new in v11a.
This post is about a new feature in Veeam Backup&Replication v11: Hardened Repository. This means immutable backups. It will massively increase security on repositories. Read here how it behaves.
This post is about a great new feature in Veeam Backup&Replication v11: Hardened Repository. This means immutable backups. It will massively increase security on repositories. With immutability enabled, root access is needed to delete or change backup files. Read here how it (just) works and how it behaves.
When backing up on XFS repositories for example with Veeam Backup&Replication, XFS feature reflink can be used for Fast Cloning. I wrote already a post about checking Microsoft ReFS space savings. Now I want to show some basics to check XFS savings too.