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Slow backup to remote server -- after 9.0 upgrade


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I backup our file server to a remote system using retrospect duplicate. I recently upgraded our server to 9 and the remote client to the latest client version. Prior to the upgrade we were getting 21.5 mB/minute, after upgrade we're getting 1.2 mB/minute. No obvious differences other than the retrospect versions. The most recent results were with a completed unloaded network on both ends. The remote machine has about a 50mb/sec connection and the server has at least 5 mb/second upload.  (21.5 mB/minute is about 2.8mb/second, which is about what I'd expect).

 

Any suggestion on where to look?  I'm going to try rebooting both machines and see if that helps.

 

After upgrade log:

+ Duplicate using emi1 offiset remote at 5/26/2014 3:36 PM (Execution unit 1)
5/26/2014 3:36:58 PM: Connected to S002 (w2008 primary)
5/26/2014 3:36:58 PM: Connected to SSD-Raptor (offsite backup)
To volume emi1_backup on SSD-Raptor (offsite backup)...
 
- 5/26/2014 3:36:58 PM: Copying emi1 on S002 (w2008 primary)
5/27/2014 8:11:51 AM: Execution stopped by operator
Remaining: 18333 files, 8.5 GB
Completed: 678 files, 1.4 GB
Performance: 1.4 MB/minute
Duration: 16:34:52 (00:01:55 idle/loading/preparing)
5/27/2014 8:11:51 AM: Script "emi1 offiset remote" stopped by operator
 
Before upgrade log:
+ Duplicate using emi1 offiset remote at 5/14/2014 11:30 PM (Execution unit 3)
5/14/2014 11:30:00 PM: Connected to S002 (w2008 primary)
5/14/2014 11:30:00 PM: Connected to SSD-Raptor (offsite backup)
To volume emi1_backup on SSD-Raptor (offsite backup)...
 
- 5/14/2014 11:30:00 PM: Copying emi1 on S002 (w2008 primary)
File "removed": can't read, error -1020 ( sharing violation)
File "removed": can't read, error -1020 ( sharing violation)
File "removed": can't read, error -1017 ( insufficient permissions)
5/15/2014 1:33:04 AM: 3 execution errors
Remaining: 3 files, 5,247 KB
Completed: 5145 files, 2.2 GB
Performance: 18.6 MB/minute
Duration: 02:02:51 (00:04:15 idle/loading/preparing)
 
 
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