Subject: Re: [Bacula-users] speed up my backups



On 4/19/2011 10:21 AM, hymie! wrote:
> Marcello Romani writes:
>
>> Maybe it's not relevant to your case, but have you tried to enable
>> spooling ?
> I don't think spooling will solve my problem. First off, I'm using disks
> as my storage, not tapes; spooling is not recommended. Second, the
> bottleneck clearly (well, clearly to me) is at the client side choosing
> files. Note that Bytes/sec is under 8,000. I don't have any currently-
> running backups to compare it to, but that seems like an *extremely* low
> number.

You should still spool attributes, though. Those zillions of files cause
zillions of database writes. This can dramatically improve database
write performance.

Also, try turning off compression. Compression is performed on the
client, so could potentially slow the client's throughput rate,
particularly an old or otherwise relatively low performance client.



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