by Dima P. » Thu Jan 28, 2016 10:42 am people like this post
Thanks. Its possible to set the priority between devices like standalone drives and libraries using the failover order, however, drives within one library will be counted as one ‘library device’. That sounds like a good feature request.
Meantime, you can use the parallel processing feature to span your jobs across all drives – that should speed up the backup to tape process.
by Dima P. » Thu Jan 28, 2016 2:07 pm people like this post
As a possible workaround – you can temporary disable ‘slow’ devices in the drive properties. I guess this can be achieved via scripting as a pre/post job activity: before starting the job, you disable the slow drive and once job succeeds – you enable it back via post job activity.
by WinstonWolf » Sat Jan 30, 2016 6:54 am people like this post
It is not a good solution for me . it is a Craft Solution . Can it be that Veeam has some Problems with his Tape Option ? In Germany there are legal regulations how long you must Data saved ( normaly for 7 years ) How much vbk Files for 7 Years should i backuped in the Cloud ?????? Or should i copy every Week 10 TB Data over an 155 Mbit DSL Connection ? There is for small and Medium Companys the Best solution the Backup to Tape . Only for Remember - many Customers uses Tapes , Hello Veeam !!!!!
[FEATURE REQUEST] Please build in as soon as possible this Option that you can assign Drives to Media Pools !!!!!!