CraigF 0 Posted May 8 Share Posted May 8 Hi, We run monthly malware scans on our servers. From our Hyper-V replication log (*.hrl), we've observed that these scans result in 40+ GB of disk writes on the System volumes. These writes need to be replicated to the Hyper-V Replica server, which is problematic for remote Replica servers. From this post - https://forum.eset.com/topic/12397-what-data-eset-writes-to-ssd-and-how-to-minimize-it/ - it appears that ESET pages a lot of its scan processing to disk, which probably explains this phenomenon. Given that article is over 6 years old, I thought it worth checking whether ESET has any new settings that we can adjust to reduce the amount of disk write activity it generates when scanning. Thanks, Craig Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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