LTO 7 drive with LTO 7 7 tape, local disk backup 303 MBS
LTO 7 drive LTO6 tape Local disk backup 153MBS
LTO 4 driveLTO4 tape local or remote server 53MBS
LTO 7 drive/Tape 6 0r 7 remote server backup 56 mbs I believe this is because it uses the one gig nic and not the ten. Each Veeam server or backup repository has 3 NICs, LAN- 1gig, SAN 10gig, NAS- 10 gig. Backups use the 10's but tape I think uses the 1 gig by looking at the numbers.
For me I just always use a local disk to hold the tape job on the tape server for a few reasons.
1) Backup jobs use SAN snapshots which then run faster than a copyfromjob job.
2)I want 3 days (now going to thirty) days of backups going to tape daily. I copy the folder that holds the whole 30 day set.
3)Some jobs use the remote snapmirror for source.
4) tape job doesn't lock the source backup. Which makes a tape job retry doable in the middle of the day while only affecting the Veeam tape server and no other traffic.
5) tape backup data is not dependent on another jobs data so if a CBT error maybe be ok.
6) Some VMs I want to send the 4 backups (every 6 hours) to tape daily.
I still need to pull some old server and redo some jobs.I will try and get the 10 gig when going to tape. Might just stick something in two servers host files with the 10 gig nic IP to see if it is a quick fix. Can't find a prefer NIC for tape jobs