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Backing up is the process of making copies (a backup) of data which may be used to restore the original after a data loss event.

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suggest to go FAST (R/W) with LARGE files, while reliability is not prioritary. Real world scenario: copy of large VMs images (2++ TB) from backup target storage to local (sata) storage. Already tried … : ZFS(onlinux) on backup target, but pools are getting fragmented and heavily slowed down I/O (both R/W) after a few months of work. Next in row for testing: XFS over LVM for target storage, seems like the obvious choice... Or not? Any good advice about that? Thank you! …
asked Apr 11 '16 by realpclaudio
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(http://freecode.com/projects/fio) to run benchmarks as suggested by a Veeam Software white paper since I'm using their backup product (https://www.veeam.com/wp-veeam-backup-replication-v8-designing … -planning-backup-repository-performance.html) and these were the results, using consumer level hard disks (SATA WD RED 5400rpm 64mb cache). I believe this results to be solid and inspiring for further tests …
answered Apr 19 '16 by realpclaudio