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My main issue now is that I don't get anything logged in the debug logs.

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Is there any method of excluding specific disks from a VM backup plan when a VM has multiple disks assigned?  For example, is it possible to exclude a secondary disk attached to a VM?

We have client systems that use multi-tiered storage such as an SSD for the primary disk and a SATA for a secondary disk for scratch space.  During nightly VM Backups, this secondary disk can be quite large, in excess of 800 GB and the redundant backup is a drain on system resources, system load and of course disk space.

We're of course able to delete the backup in the morning and even exclude it from off-site syncs, but being able to exclude a secondary disk during backup operations would be tremendous.

Sat, 19 Sep 2020 22:45:39 GMT
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