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Veeam ONE Database Partitioning

KB ID: 1954
Product: Veeam ONE
Version: 8.x, 9.x
Published: 2014-11-13
Last Modified: 2020-08-13


Improving Veeam ONE performance in large infrastructures.


Fine tuning database structure for large infrastructure deployments.


To improve Veeam ONE SQL database performance, partitioning can be used. Note, that SQL Server Enterprise Edition is required to use partitioning.

NOTE: Do not deploy database partitioning if you use Always On Availability Groups on the SQL server.

Partitioned tables and indexes are created by two scripts. Before running the scripts, it is recommended to create a backup of Veeam ONE database. The scripts can be executed in any order. Before applying them, you will need to specify the following values:

1. Locate %UserName% parameter in the script and specify DB admin (sa or any domain account that has full control permissions to Veeam ONE DB).
2. Locate %Path% parameter and specify directory where database partitions will be created/stored.
3. If Veeam ONE database name is different from default, then change the name of the database (VeeamOne) in both scripts manually
4. Make sure SQL Agents are running before executing the scripts

After successful script execution you should see new functions and partition schemes: 

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SQL Server agent will have two maintenance jobs created:

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The directory specified for database partitions will have files like this:



More information


MD5: 9927E48A91A9EFC74AA1B5BE92F0AFEE
SHA-1: AEB821296438F2A16CFE4C00068C17C07244D2AD
SHA-256: 48CAFE38B60EEB1A71A451564ABB68CCDCA6DA34988B998C7BA48ED14CB11561

Should you have any questions, contact Veeam Support.
KB ID: 1954
Product: Veeam ONE
Version: 8.x, 9.x
Published: 2014-11-13
Last Modified: 2020-08-13

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