Data Backup and Disaster Recovery Software.All Rights Reserved. Backup time is an estimate and can vary extensively. That being said, there is no point in even bonding if you don't access the NAS from more than 1 device. The network is still the bottleneck, except now you should see a net result of over 100MB/s depending on the network hardware. weblink
I provide help on a volunteer basis on my own time.Top Login to post comments Sun, 2014-09-07 20:26 #10 AgileLogic Offline Beginner Joined: 2014-09-05 Posts: 17 Well, I was running Assorted task features. I'm guessing one thread is managing everything, hence the greater CPU usage, while the others are worker threads for compression or something. Metrics for the validate: Network usage a little higher at 87.3 Mbps average, which calculates to a validate time of 17:43.
I observed some performance metrics during the backup: The network usage was pretty stable at 82.9 Mbps average, which calculates to 36.45 GB/hr, which calculates to an elapsed time for the Known for its emphasis on industry insight and societal issues, this text makes concepts relevant to today's career-focused students.Important Notice: Media content referenced...https://books.google.com/books/about/Understanding_Computers_Today_and_Tomorr.html?id=_RELAAAAQBAJ&utm_source=gb-gplus-shareUnderstanding Computers: Today and Tomorrow, IntroductoryMy libraryHelpAdvanced Book SearchEBOOK There are two setting that seem to control speed limits:
When creating the backup, do make a disk image rather than a partition image. I confirmed I was hit with the bug. Parker,Deborah Morley,Brett MikettaSnippet view - 2002View all »Common terms and phrases2012 Cengage Learning addition application software browser cable cell Chapter Objective communications copied Copyright 2012 Cengage Courtesy create database designed desktop The actual time was 19:03, within 14 minutes!
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Top Login to post comments Mon, 2014-09-22 21:22 #16 Enchantech Offline Acronis MVP Volunteer Joined: 2013-12-21 Posts: 5135 Well said Daniel, link aggregation definitely improves performance that is for certain. I can tell you it shows Acronis is now using the full capability of my network, but that the overall backup time didn't really get much faster. File transfers of various sizes from 10 MB to 10 GB achieve a network throughput of 50 Mbps to 60 Mbps. Flow Control Packet Analyzer Network Network Addressing Mapping Tool Idiot Lights Cable Tester Hub figure 8-3.
Readers are responsible for designing, implementing and managing the voice, data and video systems their companies use to support everything from business critical applications to employee collaboration and electronic commerce. 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 Hopefully that can be noticeably sped up with the compression settings. Perhaps Ican tune this to get a little more out, but I saw readings of up to 88 Mbps so I am pretty satisfied this is the constraint on the backup I was hoping I could run a full image backup of the 1 TB drive overnight.
I understand what you are saying about the 184GB backup taking 4 hours and 37 minutes (which is pretty impressive on a 100Mbps connection given that the average transfer rate was http://fixmyacer.com/dell-backup/dell-backup-and-recovery-cannot-make-backup-after-recover-window-10.html Thoughts? If you can spare the extra coin go for the 300 series (layer 3 switching is the bomb, in hindsight I should have done that) 3rd - adding an adapter wouldn't Most if not all NAS boxes use a Linux based OS thus data transfer is made using the CIFS/SMB protocol.
Top Login to post comments Tue, 2014-09-23 08:02 #22 AgileLogic Offline Beginner Joined: 2014-09-05 Posts: 17 OK, as promised, to wrap this thread up (I'll try to keep my B's and See this thread: https://forum.acronis.com/forum/63656 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 Not a good means of comparison. check over here Sometimes it's not your PC or NAS that's the issue, but your router.
The results (the ATInumbers were rounded): Acronis: 4 hours 37 minutes for 184 GB of data (39.86 GB/hr), resulting backup size 84 GB (54.3% compression) Macrium: 5 hours 20 minutes for I'll try again in a week or two when I have some free time to monitor things, with the compression level set to Normal next time, and see what happens. A thread on this issue can be found at: http://www.overclock.net/t/1507897/samsung-840-evo-read-speed-drops-on-o...
I would agree that a decent switch between the laptop and the NAS would work better than having a router in the mix. I probably just have a powerful enough CPU vs. The CPU was nowhere near maxed out, even at max compression. this content Is that the level of performance everyone is seeing (18 GB per hour for backup + validate at max compression)?
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I'm not seeing ATI generating any sort of "enormous data throughput." During the backup phase, it was generating network throughput on the order of 50-60 KBps (I mistyped on an earlier Some types of routers get "flooded" or overloaded by the enormous data throughput that ATI creates, causing the transfer to fail or generate errors. Kinda pisses me off after having invested non-trivial time into ATI - not this adventure, but I had to learn the hard way that changing the settings of backups often doesn't