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NarendraUttekar Absent Member.
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When i take MaxDB database backup through Data Protector 6.20 disk status shows 100% busy.

Hi,

When i take 1.2TB of MaxDB database backup through Data Protector 6.20 disk status always shows 100% busy. But on other same configuration BL860c i2 server with same backup size i.e. 1.2TB of MaxDB database disk status shows 40-45% busy but not 100%. Both servers have same OS HP-UX 11.31and patches.

 

Please can someone let me know what could be the problem.

 

Thanks,

Narendra

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Re: When i take MaxDB database backup through Data Protector 6.20 disk status shows 100% busy.

Could you please try to perform a backup through MaxDB directly to a NFS share and observer disk activity. I don't think this issue is related to Data Protector itself. This would be a good cross check for you.

 

Regards,

Sebastian

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NarendraUttekar Absent Member.
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Re: When i take MaxDB database backup through Data Protector 6.20 disk status shows 100% busy.

Hi Sebastian,

I will try to perform a backup through MaxDB directly.

 

But as i said there is no problem from other server with same backup size that's why i am wondering there could be some kernel parameters or DP settings?

 

Thanks,

Narendra

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