DASH from MA to MA over WAN

Last post 09-06-2016, 4:32 AM by jiri.glumbik. 1 replies.
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  • DASH from MA to MA over WAN
    Posted: 08-29-2016, 10:56 AM

    Hi

    I have a question about the DASH copy to another location (MA - DC02 to MA - DC01 over WAN)

    For all ackups to the MA - DC02 we use global deduplication DDB (stored on local disks of MA - DC02). Primary backup data is stored through storage policy in local ContentStore MA - DC02 and through DASH policy are replicated to the MA - DC01. For DASH from MA - DC02 to MA - DC01 is used Global deduplication DDB on MA - DC01(Global deduplication database is stored to the MA - DC01)

    Is DDB the location for DASH in MA - DC02 correct?

    I see you somewhere size of the DB Cache (UseCacheDB)?

    Can I read how many unique blocks of concrete job?

    Is it possible to accelerate data read from the source MA - DC02 to MA - DC01 for DASH, I think the primary data are currently transferred completely from MA - DC02 to MA - DC01 and discard invalid blocks until MA - DC01 receive this bloks

    Is there a setting that I could improve?

    Setting up individual servers and policy is below


    Server settings MA - DC02 (CS + MA)

    Additional Settings

     

     SP for DASH

     

     

    Primary Copy in MA - DC02

     

     

    DASH DC02_to_DC01

     

     

     

    MA - DC01

    Additional Settings

     

    Sorry for my EN,

     

    Many Thanks

    Jiri

  • Re: DASH from MA to MA over WAN
    Posted: 09-06-2016, 4:32 AM

    Hi Jiri,

    I think, that in your case, you shoud use "Disk Read Optimized Copy" on the "Primary Copy in MA - DC02" properties.

    Look at a documentation : http://documentation.commvault.com/commvault/v11/article?p=features/deduplication/r_sourceside_cache_with_disk_read.htm

    If you have network optimized copy, the data blocks have to be expanded from disk library to compute signatures. This slowdows the process by my opinion: http://documentation.commvault.com/commvault/v11/article?p=features/deduplication/r_sourceside_cache_with_ntk_read.htm

    Regards

    Jiri :-)

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