Space

Restore of a mailbox or folder errors out due to insufficient free space even though there is enough free space on the server hard disks

This is a known compatibility issue with Acronis True Image Home 2009 and the latest version of Dr.Web Security Space

Increase Windows System Reserved partition to resolve the issue

This message is written to the log when you receive the "Target drive is running out of space" interaction window

You need to have unallocated space on the disk with the partition the size of which you intend to increase

Issue is fixed in Acronis Backup 11.5 (Acronis Backup & Recovery 11.5). Upgrade or remove the space gap.

This issue has been fixed, please update to the latest build. Edit the configuration to fix the issue

Regardless on what partition you install the product, you will always need to have enough free space on the system partition

Introduction

This articles describes how to free up storage space in Acronis Cloud by deleting backups, their old versions and prevent reaching the quota limit again.

The option to delete individual files and folders from backups in Acronis Cloud has been removed because they would be re-uploaded on the next backup run, consuming your time, Internet traffic and occupying storage in Acronis Cloud again.

Introduction

Old backups are deleted automatically according to the rules defined in the backup options. Read "Automatic cleanup rules" section in the user guide: local backups, backups in Acronis Cloud.

The backup menu option "Delete", that has always existed in the program, removes a backup completely, with all of its versions.

Backup task fails with the following error:

There is not enough space on the destination drive to perform a backup

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