Use of OB2_PREFER_DATABASE_PARALLELISM=1 for MSSQL by default.

Use of OB2_PREFER_DATABASE_PARALLELISM=1 for MSSQL by default.

Hello, we would like to be able to use OB2_PREFER_DATABASE_PARALLELISM=1 for MSSQL by default as it's not easy at all to scale it for all clients currently.

4 Comments
Knowledge Partner
Knowledge Partner

Hello @Kozloviv,

There are possible implications changing this when doing Object Copy from B2D to Tape of MSSQL backups. So not every user might want this (today). I want it, as soon as those issues are resolved.

I recommend using omnicc to push this kind of settings out to groups of clients. See https://www.data-protector.org/wordpress/2018/04/effectively-manage-omnirc-options/ for details.

Regards,
Sebastian Koehler

Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert

Thank you for the hint Sebastian!

Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert
Status changed to: New Idea

Hi, this may need a little more detail. If this is about distributing the mentioned omnirc parameter to clients you can make use of the command:

util_cmd -setomnirc hostname name [value] 

Please the check the DP CLI guide on DocOps.

Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert
Status changed to: Waiting for Votes

Hi @Kozloviv ,

any more comments on your side?

Distributing omnirc values is not a big issue when using omnicc. Please be aware that these settings may have an impact on the items Sebastian mentioned below. If that's OK for you we have a solution for this request.

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