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In preferences the number of threads is reset to "1" when restart/reboot

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Hi,

 

I have Retrospect Version 13.0.1 (106) on my Mac-mini serveur and when ever I restart the service or reboot the

number of threads are rest to "1". 

 

Mikael

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If you only have the desktop version, you can only use one thread.

 

(But if you run a server OS on your Mini, then you must have at least the Single-Server version. I don't know how many threads that version allows.)

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Here is an example of what I mean...

 

+ Sauvegarde incrémentale utilisant Enzo - MacUser à 28/07/2016 21:29:55 (Unité d'exécution 5)

Utiliser la reconstruction complète
28/07/2016 21:29:55: Numérisation de fichiers de données de sauvegarde terminée
Vers le jeu de sauvegarde Jeu de médias - Enzo MacUser AD...
- 28/07/2016 21:29:55: copie de MacUser sur Enzo
Utilisation de l'analyse instantanée
28/07/2016 21:30:11: Trouvés : 207508 fichiers, 44228 dossiers, 679 Go
28/07/2016 21:30:14: Correspondance terminée
28/07/2016 21:30:16: Copie en cours : 6819 fichiers (354,3 Mo) et 48 liens durs
28/07/2016 21:32:17: Création de l'image...
28/07/2016 21:32:17: Vérification de 44 228 dossiers pour les ACLs ou attributs étendus
28/07/2016 21:33:50: Copie de 41 491 dossiers avec ACLs ou attributs étendus terminée
28/07/2016 21:33:52: Copie d'instantané : 2 fichiers (77,2 Mo)
28/07/2016 21:33:57: image stockée, 77,2 Mo
28/07/2016 21:33:57: Exécution réussie
13 fichiers restants (249 Ko)
6 806 fichiers traités (356,1 Mo)
Performance: 173,6 Mo/min
Durée: 00:04:01(00:01:58 inactivité/chargement/préparation)

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I have the desktop version, but if I only can set it to "1" why does it work when i modify it to be "6" ?

 

 

I think the programmers at Retrospect have forgotten to stop you from setting the number of threads to anything greater than 1 when running the Desktop version.

But it seems as they have remembered to make that check every time the server starts.

 

(It is the same with version 12.5, by the way.)

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