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Veeambackup v8 incremental backup issue

Posted on 2015-01-31
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                I have a issue on veeam backup v8, i was trying to setup 1 full & 6 incremental backup, for everyday sat full, and the rest of the days incremental, but i realized it backup as Full everyday (see bottom screenshot, any area i set it wrong ?



suppose the rest of the day is incremental , the size will not same as the full backup size, but now the incremental size is like doing full backup everyday, my NAS has limited size only, is that anormal ?

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Un-Tick - Create Synthetic full backup periodically, every Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri.
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its works, thanks for your help !
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