NetBackup-Java performance scenario 1 on Windows

Article:HOWTO68210  |  Created: 2012-02-06  |  Updated: 2013-07-18  |  Article URL
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NetBackup-Java performance scenario 1 on Windows

Assume no deficiency in either the console host's resources or the application server host's resources. Assume that the amount of NetBackup configuration data being transferred to the console host far exceeds the X-Windows pixel display data. That is, the actual console screen being sent from the remote host.

Unfortunately, the only way to determine the viability of this situation is to try it. Network capabilities and the proximity of the two hosts influences each NetBackup configuration.

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