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Networker Client Direct backup slower as TSM??

mathiasbx

ADSM.ORG Member
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Hi,

we are in a migration project from TSM to Networker. Backend is a DD9500 and we use client direct.

I don´t understand why the incremental backup with networker runs for one share on our fileserver over 10h. TSM needs for the same backup only 3 hours.

Both backups are client backups over gigabit network.

I thought networker is faster as the normal TSM incremental backup.

The client have enough ressources to perform the backup. The cores are used lower 20% and the network have a maximum use of 15%. The networker backup have a maximum of 20-30 mb/sec.

Are there any ideas to bring the backup to a higher traffic?
 

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