Case ID: 01905617
We set up Veeam for a client. He has only one server and not much data. He has 2 Synology NAS one in LAN one remote.
When I first set up everything, the first backup took a while (10 hours), I remember the copy job being very fast, a fraction of the backup jobs time. First we setup the remote NAS in the local network, because their internet speed is rather slow and it would have taken more than 24 hours to finish. After a week, we moved the NAS to a remote location and everything worked fine.
The remote location was unmanaged for 2 weeks and they had a blackout, the NAS didn't start, more than a week later they started it again. And the 24 hour window for the copy job wasn't enough.
So we put it back to LAN and started the copy job.
Here is where their problem started.
It starts fast 80-100MB/s processing, but after 10 minute the speed go down to 5MB/s... Throughput is the weirdest. 2-3 1-5MB/s spikes every 5 minutes.
Bottleneck it says 80% Target / 60% Proxy.
The NAS says 3-10% CPU load and ~80% RAM
My question here is... why is the Copy Job slower than the Backup job? The NAS are exactly the same, backup job uses CIFS and the Copy Job uses the Linux Agent.