Perhaps I'm going about this the wrong route, but I want to be sure that R-Drive will remove old backup files when necessary. So for testing (as I only have 15 days to trial this software...) I scheduled a incremental backup every 30 minutes. It does the full backup on its own and the backups kick off automatically beautifully. I was even able to hide the window, have it run while logged out, map drives etc. Surprisingly there wasn't a lot of info on any of that, but I was able to muttle through it. Now that I have it setup the way I want, I have 1 day left on my trial, haha! At any rate, I've tried to limit the backup sets in many different ways, and the issue may lie in how I do these backups - they are being pushed to a network share. I limited it by backup set (7), by number of image files (7) and by backup age (7 days). The only thing I haven't really tested is the backup age, but all the other backup "maximums" are not working for me at all. I let the scheduled task go over the long weekend, every 30 minutes kicking off a backup produced about 14gb worth of data and 150+ files. Obviously this is wrong - is there something I don't have right? Here is the command that is in my batch file.
r-driveimagecl.exe append -append-inc="true" /a /o -s="1:1" -a="w:\test.arc" -c=9 -u -bs -bs-num-b="7" -bs-num-f="7" -bs-age="7"