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    Hi!

    I have a server that is a win 2008 r2 that has SQL server installed. From the backupclient I try to restore a inactive fil on 1.69 GB, the restore run at 8 KB/s, 1.69 GB will take long time. I have tried other win 2008 r2 server and restore a inactive file, the speed there is 120 KB/s

    TSM 5.5
    Client 5,5
    Slow client use HP nic teaming

    where do I start trobleshoot?

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    Hi

    try increasing client tuning parameters ON BACLIENT machine for example TCPWINDOWSSIZE(1-2048KB), TCPBUFFSIZE (1 IS MIN - 512KB MAX), TXNBYTELIMIT (300KB - 32GB).

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    Hi!

    Im unable to set TCPWINDOWSSIZE 63 and TXNBYTELIMIT 25600K I have tried to set different values
    TCPWINDOWSSIZE 63
    TCPBUFFSIZE 512
    TXNBYTELIMIT 25600K

    Could it have something to do with MS SQL taking/using 99 % of the memory?

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    Hi Micke77,

    You could try increasing RESOURCEUTILIZATION AND MAXNUMMP (see here for how these relate to each other: http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/tividd...m#_Toc58484214)

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