I have seen screen grabs showing Checkpoints that branch such as this article on Veemam. However I seem to be overlooking how to create these branches. These would be really useful in my workflow.


Checkpoint Tree Branch

Thank you! Kelly


A tree indicates the VM was restored, reverted to a previous checkpoint. Future checkpoints start a new node with a new delta. Look at the time stamps in that screenshot.

Trees of checkpoints are not a long term solution. The accumulated deltas consume storage space and performance. To store a point in time for more than a couple days, use a backup system.

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