I am referring to doing a backup over the Local Area Network to either the LTO4 or LTO5 drive via a Media Server.
The only thing SAN Attached is the Media Server to the LTO4 and LTO5 library.
One client is in the same room as the Media Server and backups to the LTO5 is bad. Yet going through all the diagnostics on the HP ESL show nothing.
For now, I have reverted back to the LTO4, where speeds are great!
But it makes ZERO sense. I do feel it is comms related, but it is trying to prove that.
From: veritas-bu-bounces AT mailman.eng.auburn DOT edu [veritas-bu-bounces AT mailman.eng.auburn DOT edu] on behalf of Rusty Major [rusty.major AT sungard DOT com]
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Subject: Re: [Veritas-bu] ESL Poor LAN Performance
I assume he means a normal backup over the network, versus a FT or SAN Media Server backup.
I would suggest looking at the drive it was using and seeing if there is something wrong there. Maybe shut that one down to see if it has an issue.