Thirteen GB of data compresses to use only ten GB when written. 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 It's important to keep the tape drive streaming (that is, to keep the tape drive buffer from getting empty) in order to avoid wearing out both your tape media and drive Turn OFF WIndows Indexing. https://vox.veritas.com/t5/Backup-Exec/Backup-Exec-tape-backup-file-compression-not-working/td-p/566027
Any help you all can give me would be great because I am simply stuck. Thanks, Jord 0 Kudos Reply Is the data compressible? We also run 12.5 and backup a few servers to LT04 tapes and some to disk. And all data isn't compressible.
As we are using 400/800gb tapes. Is there any settings related to this function that I need to change? This is how video conferencing should work! Server: ML110 OS: Windows SBS 2011 Can anyone help?
I tried a small job all by its self and it compressed that one. Backup Exec 2015 Compression For awhile now it is just going a 1:1 compression and is taking a lot of tapes. Email Address (Optional) Your feedback has been submitted successfully! https://vox.veritas.com/t5/Backup-Exec/Backup-Exec-2012-Not-Compressing-Data-on-Backups/td-p/466033 What do you think running a repair database will do to improve my backups on compression? 0 Kudos Reply RE: This is the first I have Ken_Putnam Level 6 Trusted Advisor
Ken48, any resolution for you yet? 0 Habanero OP Briser_fae_the_broch Jul 20, 2015 at 1:01 UTC I am having the same issue. Or, 2) Consider splitting the backup in to two pieces. Working... Sign in 1 2 Don't like this video?
Do NOT buy some cheap USB disk and think you'll get performance you'll be happy with... There is just something not right. Backup Exec 2014 Compression It is possible that updates have been made to the original version after this document was translated and published. Encrypting to disk and then compressing to tape yielded nothing due to the impracticality of compressing "randomized" data; compressing to disk and then encrypting to tape didn't work for some reason
Guess we will just buy one and see what happens? 0 Jalapeno OP Ken48 Aug 7, 2014 at 1:26 UTC LOL we just noticed from that PIC that Show more Language: English Content location: United States Restricted Mode: Off History Help Loading... Delete old temporary files, and exclude directories containing only temporary files from your full backups. 1) If this is really a performance issue caused by not enough data being fed to http://giltronix.com/backup-exec/backup-exec-2010-hardware-compression-not-working.html Not sure if that helps, and everyone can feel free to comment if they think I'm mistaken somewhere, but thought I'd pitch in as I somewhat recently had to deal with this.
Unfortunately BE indicates the tape is filling up at 373 GB, even though compression is set and being used. This feature is not available right now. I explicitly turned off compression and encryption for the actual Backup op (disk-to-tape) because it was only slowing it down.
Maybe OS and programs get backed up as one job, and data as a second job. Premier Field Engineering 51,864 views 13:16 Symantec Backup Exec Server 2010 - Configuring On Windows Server 2008 R2 - Part 1 - Duration: 9:01. You may get a better answer to your question by starting a new discussion. http://giltronix.com/backup-exec/backup-exec-2012-software-compression-not-working.html We are working on a fix for this but for now use "Hardware if available otherwise none" 2) is the Admin console displays the compression as 1:1 - this appears to
This appears about 6 times through the log, and they are all the same. So essentially all the work is up front and the duplicate is literally a basic copy function. BTNHD 19,038 views 6:38 Loading more suggestions... Sign in 3 Loading...