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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Oct 2002
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    52

    Unanswered: onbar -r -p is very slow

    Hi

    I am using WIN2K, IDS 3.71 TD1 with ISM.

    It take about 2-5 minutes to backup my server (onbar -b -w -L 0), and very fast to do a level 1.
    The chunks size is less than 4GB.

    the restore (onbar -r -p) takes about 4 hours:
    10 minutes the rootdbs, 1.5 hours one of my dbs, and 2.5 another one.

    Can anyone give me a clue why it happens, and how I can improve it?

    Thanks
    Dafna

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Mar 2002
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    112

    re

    You can tune it in the part of
    BAR_MAX_BACKUP : number of database connection out to storage manager
    Session to Device setting : setting of storage manager connection session to tape device

    if make it balances between session input (from database) and session output (to device) , it will better speed

    What's your storage manager ?

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Oct 2002
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    52

    Re: re

    Originally posted by dananio
    You can tune it in the part of
    BAR_MAX_BACKUP : number of database connection out to storage manager
    Session to Device setting : setting of storage manager connection session to tape device

    if make it balances between session input (from database) and session output (to device) , it will better speed

    What's your storage manager ?
    I work with the ISM to the local disk
    (then I copy the directory with the OS to another place)

  4. #4
    Join Date
    Oct 2002
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    52

    Smile Onbar restore time

    I upgraded the windows service pack from 2 to 3 and now it takes 3 minutes to restore!!!

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