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Re: Plannification between job...

Post by skrause » Oct 06, 2017 2:07 pm

Stabz wrote:Yes, I understand...
To follow your idea, in my case, each site will manage all the jobs (backup,backup copy, replication) for the distant site.

I have always been cautious with this type of configuration in the past, because when I tried it to do a restore backupfiles must transit twice (in my memorie) on the network...
You can now set a mount server in B&R for restores that removes the cross-site transit. The only traffic that needs to go between sites is control traffic, just like in a backup job.

I orchestrate all of my backup jobs for multiple sites from one remote B&R server and it works well. (I just set the mount server for each Veeam repository to the server that hosts said repo)
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Re: Plannification between job...

Post by Stabz » Oct 09, 2017 1:08 pm

Hi Skrause, thanks for your feedback.

Im testing this architecture in my lab.

Backup and Backup copy seems to work properly from my DR site.

But I 'm facing a "problem" in my replication job.
The calculating digest disk is very slow...

This is a replication onsite. The configuration is :
- Production Vm source my backup
- Repository for replica metadata is the same as my backup repository
- The target proxy is my backup repository too

After 20 minutes for a disk of 80Gb , I have only 4% completed....

Any idea?

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Re: Plannification between job...

Post by P.Tide » Oct 09, 2017 3:44 pm

Any idea?
So, now you have the job that replicates from the backups on the PROD site, while the VBR is on DR, both target and source proxies are on the repository VM where the source backups reside, and the target replica ESXi host is on the very same PROD site. What are the bottleneck stats?

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Re: Plannification between job...

Post by Stabz » Oct 10, 2017 8:04 am

Yes tha's it!
I tried to change the proxy, but the problem remains the same..
The bottleneck stats don't give any informations the status is "Detecting..."

I tried to do a replication from the infrastructure and it works well.

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Re: Plannification between job...

Post by P.Tide » Oct 10, 2017 10:05 am

Please double-check that the replication and backup jobs do not overlap. Also I'd check the performance of both proxies in order to find out if it needs more RAM or CPU. If nothing helps then please contact our support team directly so they can take a closer look.

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Re: Plannification between job...

Post by Stabz » Oct 10, 2017 2:01 pm

Indeed there was overlapping between the jobs.
So I disabled the backup job for the moment, but the calculating task still slow... I'll wait until the end

I already checked the performance of VBR, Proxy and repository servers, but nothing is anormal...

I ll open a support case :)

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Re: Plannification between job...

Post by Stabz » Oct 12, 2017 9:40 am

Hi guys,
A little update :)

I waited the end of the calculating digest, after that the job worked well, until yesterday ....
I don't know why, but the task calculating digest is appeared and was really slow... So I had to disable my backup job to avoid any overlapping job...

I opened a case 02342732, I ll do a feedback once I receive more information from the support.

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