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So, an investment in some decent network equipment will allow for faster data transfer times over the network. It didn't seem ATI is multi-threaded - only one core seemed to be utilized and even then at about 15%-25%. I confirmed I was hit with the bug. Login to post comments 29 replies [Last post] Sat, 2014-09-06 23:22 AgileLogic Offline Beginner Joined: 2014-09-05 Posts: 17 I have a 1 TB (931 GB actual) secondary SSD drive on my http://pghtix.com/dell-backup/dell-backup-and-recovery-version-2-8-0-62-data-backup-error-reason-codes-not-defined.html
Assorted task features. In case you don't have one you can apply for it at Acronis Web Site. Anyway, I fired off the backup yesterday. Top Login to post comments Sun, 2014-09-07 19:26 #9 tuttle Offline Acronis MVP Volunteer Joined: 2011-11-05 Posts: 3747 NAS is tricky.
This is an increase of +219%! The actual time was 19:03, within 14 minutes! So you can't just ask Windows to combine a couple of random network adapters that are plugged into a system. 4th - it's still too new to really rock and roll, I also run a separate scheduled incremental file backup much more frequently for ongoing file recovery needs.
Products: True Image 2014, 2015, 2016 2017, Disk Director 12 System: Custom builds, 3 desktops, various sizes/numbers of both SSD's and HDD's, Laptops Asus, Lenovo, Custom FreeNAS Server, CustomTest Bench Win I've seen a couple of comments that build 6144 is faster, but I don't want to back down versions if not needed. Top Login to post comments Tue, 2014-09-23 20:39 #27 Enchantech Offline Acronis MVP Volunteer Joined: 2013-12-21 Posts: 5135 You are correct, network speed and disk speed are closely related in that The disk_speed_limit setting is not.
Finally consider building a 2nd Synology to back the 1st one up to. I'm not seeing evidence of network errors, although I may not know how to properly check on that (tips welcome). There are two setting that seem to control speed limits: The net-speed_limit setting is available from the UI on the Performance tab of Once I upgrade my network, I made a note to try raising this value.
L. Even if you could achieve the theoretical max of 12.5MBps it would take 16 1/2 hours to move that much data (741,376MBps/12.5MBps=59310s/60=988.5m/60=16.5h). A restore of a diff backup only needs the full plus any single diff. Do understand the limitations of the inc type as any newer inc has no value without the presence and readability of the prior inc's since the last full. 2014 can handle
Thoughts? https://books.google.com/books?id=81WcX8nG1uUC&pg=PA94&lpg=PA94&dq=Dell+Backup+%26+Recovery+System+Backup+(full+version)+stops+(at+12%25)&source=bl&ots=zJiYXDMRRX&sig=xXeanNTGzXeSZhnehZUHtWoU2CY&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjS My AccountSearchMapsYouTubePlayNewsGmailDriveCalendarGoogle+TranslatePhotosMoreShoppingWalletFinanceDocsBooksBloggerContactsHangoutsKeepEven more from GoogleSign inHidden fieldsBooksbooks.google.com - For more than 40 years, Computerworld has been the leading source of technology news and information for IT influencers worldwide. Next time, I will try it with less compression. A thread on this issue can be found at: http://www.overclock.net/t/1507897/samsung-840-evo-read-speed-drops-on-o...
bonding is a function of specific network controllers which have more than 1 physical point of connection. check over here How can I do a thorough disaster backup (that can restore to a replacement drive and hopefully one that takes minimal space) in a reasonable amount of time? Sectors on the drive with data more than 3 months old (some reports say as little as 1 month), have dramatically slower read speeds. I'm not a networking expert, so until I really sat down yesterday and looked at the metrics and did the calculations, I really didn't grok all that was going on.
Top Login to post comments Tue, 2014-09-23 16:55 #25 Enchantech Offline Acronis MVP Volunteer Joined: 2013-12-21 Posts: 5135 I must apologize gentlemen, I mistyped the max bandwidth myself! Why so slow? A straight file write/read test to the NAS showed an acceptably fast transfer. his comment is here Heiberger, Karsten KoopEditorsDorian J.
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Create BKU Tasks >2011_2012_2013 2A. It's targeted to finish up about 9:00 PM this evening, and I'll post a summary when it's done. Acronis was 9.7% faster, and compressed 10.6% more, on this test. I would agree that a decent switch between the laptop and the NAS would work better than having a router in the mix.
It's an XML file, so it's readable and editable by a standard text editor like Notepad or PilotEdit or whatever. I left the compression at max to compare it more directly to my prior experience above (it turns out the compression didn't seem to matter). That's only asking for 2.5 times the performance. http://pghtix.com/dell-backup/dell-backup-and-recovery-windows-7.html From what I've seen, and all the comments I've read in the forums, no way I'm going to update to ATI 2015 right now because of the feature removal and the
The disk IO for reading was averaging 10 MBs, but was very bursty. For the first 2 hours, they were off by a lot. I also should mention that after reading through the user guide for ATI 2015, I was probably a little too harsh on the interface. Products: True Image 2014, 2015, 2016 2017, Disk Director 12 System: Custom builds, 3 desktops, various sizes/numbers of both SSD's and HDD's, Laptops Asus, Lenovo, Custom FreeNAS Server, CustomTest Bench Win
The limiting constraint in my environment is the 100 Mbps network. the network constraint that none of the cores was being slammed in any way. programs for creating, managing, and distributing images to computers across the network, as well as network management and control of those computers. ...Página 467 B. But I think I'd max out the CPU before that...
One of those cores was being used an average of 30%, ranging between 20% and 50%. If I upgraded to a gigabit network, well apparently ATIwouldn't use it anyway. The network is still the bottleneck, except now you should see a net result of over 100MB/s depending on the network hardware. Anyway, like I said, nothing wrong at all with ATIin all this.
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Theoretical maximum transfer rate is 125MB/s, and the source and destination are still both capable of exceeding that. Many thanks in advance for any tips! But during the validate, only one core was being used. The 1 TB drive that took the 42 hours to backup is a Samsung 840 EVO SSD.
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