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Data transfered via Backup&Repication server

Post by grnal » May 27, 2015 2:40 pm

Hello everyone I probably did somethig wrong, because all my endpoint agents which are suppouse to backup directly to repository (network share) are sending all data to Backup & Repication server which is then transferring data to network share.

Any idea?

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Re: Data transfered via Backup&Repication server

Post by JaxIsland7575 » May 27, 2015 2:52 pm

Lukas, when you setup the VEB job, did you select the network share or the backup repository as the destination for the job? What do you mean it is sending it to the VBR server then transferring to the share, is it saving it locally on the VBR server?

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Re: Data transfered via Backup&Repication server

Post by grnal » May 27, 2015 3:01 pm

Hi JaxIsland7575,
on VBR console I created 2 new Backup Repositories (type CIFS, both are \\Network\shares), then in Endpoint agents I selected one of those repositories as backup destination.
Backups are beeing saved on \\network\shares but all data flows through VBR server.
Network traffic, screen from VBR server
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smahelova. - source
kamery. - \\network\share

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Re: Data transfered via Backup&Repication server

Post by JaxIsland7575 » May 27, 2015 3:04 pm

That makes sense to me, the VEB machine only is being directed at the VBR server. From there the VBR server is handling the transfer to the repository. That is how I would imagine it would flow with that setup. You could cut out the VBR server and just set up the VEB job to go right to a share, but you would lose the job in the VBR server which I know I like having.
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Re: Data transfered via Backup&Repication server

Post by grnal » May 27, 2015 3:06 pm

Exactly... so what you are telling me is that this is correct? :-)
Because when 4 jobs from endopint agents are running at the same time, my network becomes quite laggy and even packet drops occure time to time.

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Re: Data transfered via Backup&Repication server

Post by JaxIsland7575 » May 27, 2015 3:07 pm

Yes it seems correct in function, but the lag and packet drops are no good. Can you stagger the jobs to try and alleviate all 4 running at the same time?
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Re: Data transfered via Backup&Repication server

Post by Dima P. » May 28, 2015 1:11 pm

Lukas,
And what was selected as a gateway for the said CIFS VBR repository? Thanks.

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