I have a client that has a files system backup and an Oracle agent backup.
The oracle agent backup runs at 50MBs. The file system at 200 KBs.
I have done a bpbkar to /dev/null test and this works at 50MBs.
It looks like the file system can provide the data and so can the server / network
I have created verbose bpbkar and bpcd logs but they don’t reveal much.
Master – 7.1 Redhat Linux
Media – 7.1 Redhat Linux
Client – 6.5 – Sun Solaris X86
Storage – Quantum DXI (OST)
Thanks for your post, i agree the small files would degrade performance (have it all over the place) in my experience this is more of a windows issue.
Gives me an Idea,
I will get the files Zipped and put into a subfolder - let’s see how that goes.
Silly question but are both backups (oracle and standard) using the same storage unit?
Did you test the transfer via scp/ftp to the storage unit? I know oracle works fine across the lan, just a silly troubleshooting step, you never know.
The storage units are different but do come from the same device.
The file I had created yesterday I will have ftpd to the media server and see how that goes.
I did change the storage units with no effect.