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How to set Backup Exec 2012 DLO option for optimal performance?

Created: 16 May 2012 • Updated: 29 May 2012 | 4 comments
UFO's picture
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While testing DLO option found out that desktop agent slows the system. This is noticable because endpoint applications run slow and sometimes PC hangs for a while.

I think that some default settings causing this. Have you faced similar behavior of DLO and how did you fix it?

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Bhavana's picture

DLO does disk throttling, so that other applications can use resources optimally. We have not come across a case where DLO has slowed down the system’s performance.

Can we get more details on profile and other settings in end user environment which can help us to identify the issue?

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UFO's picture

Approximately 8-10 PCs with Windows 7 and some CRM. DLO settings are default.
What kind of settings should I give in more details to make the picture clear?

STS: DLP

Bhavana's picture

We tried to analyze this on 2 OS XP SP3 and Win 7 and below are our findings on it. We have a tech note which may improve the VSS backup performance and also improve machine performance as well.

http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH167369

Backed up file size: 200MB (.pst file)

Operating System

Backup time

Available RAM

Windows XP SP3

2:35 sec

1GB

Windows 7

2:05 sec

2GB

Can you please share machine configuration?

 

UFO's picture

Win 7 Ult, Intel Core 2 Duo @ 2.13 GHz, 3GB RAM.

BTW, is there a document describing DLP deployment process?

STS: DLP