I know Hardware compression is supposed to be better, or at least faster, but have you tried software compression? 0Votes Share Flag Back to Networks Forum 7 total posts (Page 1 We also run 12.5 and backup a few servers to LT04 tapes and some to disk. Añadir a ¿Quieres volver a verlo más tarde? The only real differences are the tapes so there must be something different between the different sets. have a peek here
If you can, you may wish to open a support case with us to debug the process, as this may provide further data to pass to your hardware vendor. 0 Kudos Cerrar Más información View this message in English Estás viendo YouTube en Español (España). Thanks to all of you for your replies. They are much appreciated :-) 0 Poblano OP Doug D Oct 6, 2009 at 10:14 UTC No problem, glad I could You should understand, that realtime compression (while writing to the tape) is less effective than the normal compression. read this article
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If not, do so. Thanks, Vivek 1 Jalapeno OP Ken48 Aug 7, 2014 at 1:24 UTC Thanks for the info. but seems not working. 15GB data backup to tape, the used space is 15GB, no compression at all. https://www.veritas.com/support/en_US/article.TECH189476 You may be able to get slightly more by disabling encryption and/or by cleaning the tape drive.
Selecting the right orchestration tool is most important for business specific needs. If the compression ratios are the same, then it is your data that cannot be compressed. We have Backup Exec 2010 and a HPDAT160 USB tape drive. manitarius 26.669 visualizaciones 11:36 How to backup a server in Backup Exec 15 - Duración: 8:46.
I normally see around 3x compression with LTO3, on average. Have not used LTO4, but assume it would probably be similar. Big fan of Overland libraries, have not used IBM libraries, StJoeMike Level 4 04-23-2012 09:41 AM Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content I am not sure I follow... Also, power-cycle your tape library. 0 Kudos Reply Not yet, will try then. Showing results for Search instead for Do you mean VOX : Backup and Recovery : Backup Exec : Backup Exec 2012 Not Compressing Data on Backups VOX : Backup and Recovery
Join the community of 500,000 technology professionals and ask your questions. http://dragonplayer.net/backup-exec/backup-exec-hardware-compression-not-working.php but it adds up over the course of a full tape. Inicia sesión para informar de contenido inapropiado. BytesTechnology 20.230 visualizaciones 55:09 Episode 80 - Symantec Backup Exec 2012 Storage and Backup Configuration - Duración: 6:38.
One possible thing to check might be: do you have software compression enabled? Or, 2) Consider splitting the backup in to two pieces. It used to compress the data well.
That's one thing support is going to ask you about if you call them. Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. This lets you swap tapes without having the system sit there for hours waiting for the second tape (as each of the two new "full" backups will fit on a single Any help you all can give me would be great because I am simply stuck.
Cargando... Also, take a look at the soft errors on the tape. Everytime you get one the tape will skip forward. Get enough of them and your backup capacity goes WAY down. What I found was that doing software compression and software encryption first, then doing a pure backup from array to tape worked best. this contact form Software and hardware compression on the same set of data should result in roughly the same compression ratio.
VMsources Virtualization 345.442 visualizaciones 11:51 Tutorial 2: Installing and Configuring SSH on CentOS - Duración: 10:53. I can't cast my mind that far back but I think it made a tiny difference... Also what LTO4 hardware are you using? 0 Mace OP Helpful Where are you guys seeing the compression figure? I cannot see it in the joblog. surya prakash 32.191 visualizaciones 26:42 How to create backup-to-disk jobs using Backup Exec 2012 - Duración: 11:36.
Repair Database is one of the options when you run BEUtil 0 Kudos Reply This is the first I have StJoeMike Level 4 04-23-2012 11:01 AM Options Mark as New VOX : Backup and Recovery : Backup Exec : Backup Exec, tape backup file, compression not wor... How to handle swear words in quote / transcription? Another thing that can be affecting how much data you can get on a tape is gaps in the writing of data itself.
This is commonly caused by several things: - Tape head near end-of-life, so that many write retries occur; each retry wastes some media capacity (the problem could be the media or is there anything online I can read more on BEUtil? Chris_Kassell Level 2 04-01-2008 04:51 AM Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content Hi allI have am running Backupexec Again, I'm no expert (only been working with BE about 18 months), but I can only mention that my issue with compression was due to the fact you can't compress encrypted data.
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Or, 3) Re-architect your storage: Get faster disks on a faster (hardware RAID) controller, with a faster RAID striping. First Name Please enter a first name Last Name Please enter a last name Email We will never share this with anyone.