How to increase performance

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Brian
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How to increase performance

Post by Brian » 16 May 2007, 17:44

I am doing a sync backup of email server files to another server on our network. The email machine and target server specs are more than adequate, and are on a Gigabit network. The main problem is that there are a very large number of small files(500,000+), for a total of about 75 gigs.

A straight copy between the machines takes about 4 hours. A sync backup without compression is taking between 14 and 16 hours. During the backup, processor usage is minimal on both machines, a decent amount of free ram is available, and network utilization averages about 0.25%.

Are there any suggestions for increasing performance? Bumping the process priority doesn't seem to make any difference.

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Post by support » 16 May 2007, 19:25

Try to start APBackup on computer where source files are or otherwise where destination folder is (there can be difference in performance). Also if it is possible create a few tasks with different source folders and start them in one time for example.

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