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Performance problems above 1-2 gig

daniel.heuer

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I am getting reports from Windows 5.1 clients that their backups start

out fast but once they get to somewhere between 1 and 2 gig of data they

slow to a crawl. The only known work around is to cancel the backup and

restart it at which point it resumes fast backups until it gets to a gig

or so again.



Anyone else seen this or know of a solution?



The tsm server is 5.1.1.0 running on Aix 5.1.0.0.



David Ehresman





It seems like you have the same problem as we have. But our environement is tsm server 4.2.2.12 on AIX 5.1.0.0 at ML 02. Not only Windows 5.1 clients but also Windows 4.0 (NT) have the same symptons. Did you know more?



Daniel Heuer
 

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