Subject: Re: [Bacula-users] Speed of backups



Did you activated attribute spooling ( and maybe data spooling too if
you use LTO )?

2011/4/28 Jason Voorhees <jvoorhees1@xxxxxxxxx>:
> Hi:
>
> On Thu, Apr 28, 2011 at 10:19 AM, John Drescher <drescherjm@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> On Thu, Apr 28, 2011 at 11:08 AM, Jason Voorhees <jvoorhees1@xxxxxxxxx>
>> wrote:
>>> Hi:
>>>
>>> I'm running Bacula 5.0.3 in RHEL 6.0 x86_64 with a Library tape IBM
>>> TS3100 with hardware compression enabled and software (Bacula)
>>> compression disabled, using LTO-5 tapes. I have a Gigabit Ethernet
>>> network and iperf tests report me a bandwidth of 112 MB/s.
>>>
>>> I'm not using any spooling configuration and I'm running concurrent
>>> jobs, just only one. This is the configuration of my fileset:
>>>
>>> FileSet {
>>>       Name = fset-qsrpsfs1
>>>       Include {
>>>               File = /etc
>>>               File = /root
>>>               File = /var/spool/cron
>>>               File = /var/run/utmp
>>>               File = /var/log
>>>               File = /data
>>>               Options {
>>>                       signature=SHA1
>>>                       #compression=GZIP
>>>               }
>>>       }
>>> }
>>>
>>> My backups were running with a minimum of 54 MB/s and a maximum of 79
>>> MB/s. Are these speeds normal for my scenario?
>>
>> Is the source a raid? Do you have many small files?
>>
>> John
>>
>
> No, there are just a "normal" number of files from a shared folder of
> my fileserver with spreadsheets, documents, images, PDFs, just
> information of final users.
>
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