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I am fairly new to the networking field, my background is more in programming. Now I am in more of an IT support role, trying to figure things out a bit.


One of my responsibilities has evolved into managing system backups. Our backups are beginning to get very large and I would like to figure out exactly which servers are contributing to this and ways we could cut down on some of the unnecessary data.


Looking at our backup server I can see which devices are loading up the backups, but now how can I figure out which data can be deleted?


Can someone point me in a direction for this sort of thing?

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