NOC wrote:For instance, if we have some backup jobs and want to add one more, we could look at the chart to choose the best time for backup. Currently we have 17 backup jobs, all of them are automated, some of them run everyday. It is difficult to add new jobs and to manage the existing ones, sometimes they overlap.
Thanks for the reply, that`s exactly what we are planning to work on in future versions of Veeam ONE.
Thanks, really looking forward for this feauture!!
Time range is difficult: I think in most situations (for us) a daily and weekly week will be helpfull, but when working with tapes a monthly range could be necessary.
Of course, best would be a switchable/scrollable timerange......
Please keep in mind to display start and end job of jobs as well as other shedules i mentioned in my post above!
blithespirit wrote:Hello Plandata_At,
Another question around your timeouts, what resources have you got for doing the backups?
How many proxies, repositories have you configured (assuming VMware, off-host proxy if Hyper-V), it sounds like the jobs are queueing on the proxys.
You could try to use more Proxies to spread the jobs across more resources or alternatively if your proxies are virtual add more vCPU's and memory to be able to run more jobs in parallel. On each proxy 1 vCPU and 2Gb Ram will run 1 task at a time (VM HDD) the more you add the more you will be able to run, also the repository needs to be able to cope with the same resources your proxies are given. this does not take away what you want to see as a calendar view but it may help you with timeouts on your jobs.