Numbers

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    In Veeam technical documentation, we use numerals for all cardinal numbers greater than one and spell out all ordinal numbers. The only exception is the way we spell 3rd party.

    Numbers Important

    • If a number is a decimal, use a period (that is, a decimal point) to separate the integer part from the fractional part of the number. For example,
    • For large numbers (thousands, millions and so on), use comma delimiters to separate the numbers into smaller pieces. Plus, each piece in a large number must contain no more than 3 digits.

    Examples

    1. The report will show top 5 datastores with the largest amount of over-provisioned storage space for this month.
    2. The notification will remain displayed in the control panel until Veeam Agent for Linux completes the first backup job session.
    3. You can synchronize categorization data between Veeam ONE Monitor and a 3rd party application every time data collection runs.
    4. Note that the tag synchronization process may take up to 3.5 hours to complete.
    5. Additionally, for users with tape installations (for file to tape jobs processing more than 1,000,000 files), the following requirements must be met:
    • 1.5 GB RAM for file to tape backup for each 1,000,000 files
    • 2.6 GB RAM for file restore for each 1,000,000 files
    • 1.3 GB RAM for catalog jobs for each 1,000,000 files