Control number of AIR replications concurrently
I'm running AIR replications between my primary DC and a colocation. I had replications slowing to a crawl and then piling up. So as a test I cancelled all the replications and restarted - and only allowed *one* to run. Throughput is quite good. So I have a couple questions:
1) Is there any way to "throttle" the *number* of replications which concurrently run? I would really like to *just* throttle replications. I'd rather avoid trying to manage the number via "Max I/O streams" on the MSDP pools.
2) How many concurrent replications do you generally have during/after a backup window? When things were really bound up I'd have ~40 active as well as a number of queued replications.
Environment: Main DC Solaris Master 3 x 5220 Symantec Appliances Environment: Colo 5220 master/media