See Systems Requirements Section where it talks about number of CPU cores & memory per backup job.
JoshuaPostSAMC wrote:I have 530 VMs I'm backing up, 7 virtual proxies with 8 vCPU and 16 GB RAM each, and my Backup server with 8 vCPU and 32 GB RAM and a CIFS repository. I usually push around 2 Gbps traffic out to the repository and after upgrading to 9.5 I'm seeing even more. Right now I'm doing some Active Full backups to enable Per-VM backup files, and I'm getting 8 Gbps on the backup server.
JoshuaPostSAMC wrote:I'm not sure how you are licensing Windows, but if you have high consolidation rates, you probably should be doing a Datacenter license for each processor in your virtual environment so you can have as many VMs in that host as they can handle, so you won't be paying extra for a Windows proxy if they are virtual. If you go physical, then that is something to take into consideration.
DeadEyedJacks wrote:Each vSphere host cannot safely process more than 7 VMDKs concurrently.
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