RE: clarion san split

It is your network,

Should def not take that long,

Have found that making sure you backups run across a dedicated backup
subnet preferably using maybe 1GB network cards. Should speed the
backups up and also have no impact on public traffic.

George
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[mailto:oracle-l-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of art vandelay
Sent: 24 February 2005 6:16 AM
To: Oracle-L@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: clarion san split

our nt admin is trying to push this emc clarion SAN split on ud for
backups...anyone using this?

Also as an aside,we take rman backups to disk producing about a 130gb
backupset, from there the nt admins backup to tape. My rman backup
takes 45 mins and the backups to tape takes 9 hours using LTO 2 over
the newtork. Is it me or does this seem like a long time. During the
backup to tape the whole network goes wooooosh as the available
bandwith is being taken up by the backups.

tks

steve
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