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    Default dsm.opt performance tunning

    I have the following on my TSM Clients, Can you please check it how could I increase the performance of backup from Client Side

    PASSWORDACCESS GENERATE
    TCPSERVERADDRESS 10.10.10.1
    nodename Server1
    SCHEDMODE PROMPTED
    COMMRESTARTDURATION 5
    COMMRESTARTINTERVAL 2
    TCPBUFFSIZE 64
    TXNBYTELIMIT 2097152
    COMPRESSION yes



    EXCLUDE.BACKUP "*:\microsoft uam volume\...\*"
    EXCLUDE.BACKUP "*:\microsoft uam volume\...\*.*"
    EXCLUDE.BACKUP "*:\...\EA DATA. SF"
    EXCLUDE.BACKUP "*:\IBMBIO.COM"
    EXCLUDE.BACKUP "*:\IBMDOS.COM"
    EXCLUDE.BACKUP "*:\IO.SYS"
    EXCLUDE.BACKUP "*:\...\system32\config\...\*"
    EXCLUDE.BACKUP "*:\...\system32\Perflib*.dat"
    EXCLUDE.BACKUP "*:\...\system32\dhcp\...\*"
    INCLUDE.BACKUP "*:\...\system32\dhcp\backup\...\*"
    EXCLUDE.BACKUP "*:\...\system32\dns\...\*"
    INCLUDE.BACKUP "*:\...\system32\dns\backup\...\*"
    EXCLUDE.ARCHIVE "*:\microsoft uam volume\...\*"
    EXCLUDE.ARCHIVE "*:\microsoft uam volume\...\*.*"
    EXCLUDE.ARCHIVE "*:\...\EA DATA. SF"
    EXCLUDE.ARCHIVE "*:\IBMBIO.COM"
    EXCLUDE.ARCHIVE "*:\IBMDOS.COM"
    EXCLUDE.ARCHIVE "*:\IO.SYS"
    EXCLUDE.ARCHIVE "*:\...\system32\config\...\*"
    EXCLUDE.ARCHIVE "*:\...\system32\Perflib*.dat"
    EXCLUDE.ARCHIVE "*:\...\system32\dhcp\...\*"
    INCLUDE.ARCHIVE "*:\...\system32\dhcp\backup\...\*"
    EXCLUDE.ARCHIVE "*:\...\system32\dns\...\*"
    INCLUDE.ARCHIVE "*:\...\system32\dns\backup\...\*"
    EXCLUDE.DIR "*:\System Volume Information"
    EXCLUDE.DIR "*:\...\Temporary Internet Files"
    EXCLUDE.DIR "*:\Recycled"
    EXCLUDE.DIR "*:\Recycler"
    EXCLUDE.DIR "*:\$Recycle.Bin"


    On each client I run the following
    set backup_dir="C:\Program Files\Tivoli\tsm\baclient\"
    cd /d %backup_dir%
    start dsmc incr e:\* f:\* g:\* -subdir=yes -optfile=C:\tsm\daily_files\dsm.opt >> C:\tsm\daily_files\backup.log

    The problem it takes so long for the file inspections

    Incremental backup of volume 'e:\*'
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    Put resourceutilization 5 in your dsm.opt file, and you should get more throughput.


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    Enable Journaling for the file backup on E:

    Even with resourceutilization set to max (10) and you are backing up millions of files, it will still take a lot of time to run the full course. This of course, I am presuming you have lots and lots (~ hundred thousands or millions) of files on E:.

    Otherwise, try Trident's solution first. If this is still slow, enable Journaling.
    Ed

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    I will check the above, and update you.

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