[PVE-User] Uncompressed backups are compressed?

Armando Felipe Fuentes Denis armandofelipe1992 at gmail.com
Thu Nov 13 19:54:00 CET 2014

Hi everyone, I have installed a Server that has the Blast network on 
board broken, you Enter a Blast PCI RTL8139D and Install Proxmox not 
work for me, had said earlier Windows Server PCI Blast and work, I can 
do to fix this situation

PS: lspci executo one and I do not recognize it, is well connected and 
lights bulbs

El 13/11/14 a las 13:23, Dietmar Maurer escribió:
>> I see from the forum link [1] that the file is not rdiff friendly. I still think that
>> storing an amount of data inside a smaller file is ‘compression’, regardless of
>> how much is actually used inside the RAW file (is RLE compression still a thing?),
>> but that does answer my question. It’s a shame, because I’ll now have to extract
>> backups as they’re created somehow in order to get them into a state where
>> they can be de-duplicated again. I think many people would appreciate a file
>> format inside which the data is aligned, even if it is out-of-order to a degree. I
>> won’t be the first person who has virtual machines which don’t change much.
> I also implemented a backup mode inside qemu which stores files in raw format
> inside one directory.
> But that is currently not integrated with vzdump.
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