As the title says, the incremental image backup of my windows machine is always based on my last full image backup, which takes a bit of time to complete.
Is this functionality expected?
The server is urbackup 2.4.13 (docker image on ubuntu server).
Client is windows urbackup 2.4.11.
The backups are stored on a BTRFS filesystem.
The online log file does not give much away.
|29/04/22 01:02||INFO||Starting scheduled incremental image backup of volume C:…|
|29/04/22 01:02||DEBUG||Backing up SYSVOL…|
|29/04/22 01:02||DEBUG||Backing up SYSVOL done.|
|29/04/22 01:02||DEBUG||Backing up EFI System Partition…|
|29/04/22 01:02||DEBUG||Backing up EFI System Partition done.|
|29/04/22 01:02||INFO||Basing image backup on last full image backup|
Any info/help is greatly appreciated!
Reading around, it sounds like it is possible to change the functionality, but I’m a little bit confused about which settings I need to change, given that I’m using BTRFS as the backup filesystem.
So, presumably I need to change ‘Local incremental image style’. Is there anything else to change?
Should I also be using raw copy-on-write for the image backup file format?