Protecting NFS storage on vSphere using Veeam virtual proxies

Good post by Luca Dell’Oca (thank you)

Since Patch 3 of Veeam Backup & Replication v7 (build 7.0.0.839) there has been a new mode to manage hotadd backups over NFS, available via a registry key. Per the original release notes:

“Intelligent load balancing can now be configured to give preference to backup proxy located on the same host using the EnableSameHostHotaddMode (DWORD) registry value.”

I’ve kept this post on hold for a while, since with the upcoming v9, DirectNFS will be a much better option than virtual proxies to backup virtual machines running on NFS shares. But there are situations where this key may be still needed, like people still wanting to use virtual proxies against NFS. So, what is this key, and what you can do with it?

Read on here

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