As far as I know the backup module for the cloud is actually not using OSB. The
name is unfortunately rather confusing.
Anyway, logging an SR is also a good idea given Oracle is very much interested
in the cloud and trying to keep customers there.
On 6 Nov 2019, at 11:17 am, Mladen Gogala <gogala.mladen@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On 11/5/19 9:48 AM, Charlotte Hammond wrote:Hi Charlotte, Oracle Secure Backup is a backup suite, competing head to head
These are SBT channels using Oracle Secure Backup Cloud Module (OSBWS).
No backup suite is being used - these are simply command line RMAN jobs run
from a scheduler.
I'll have a look at profiling the CPU usage a bit more and see where that
takes me. Unfortunately, as mentioned, I do not have a baseline available
for the "good" backups.
with Commvault, NetBackup, TSM, Avamar, DD Boost, Veeam, Rubrik and Cohesity,
to name a few. I have no experience with Oracle Secure Backup and cannot even
begin to guess what the problem is. However, having worked for a backup
manufacturer for a long time, I know that backup products are very complex
and have features like deduplication and compression which can behave in
rather interesting fashion, to put it mildly. I would recommend opening a
ticket with Oracle about the problems you see.
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