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    Hello James we have the 8tb D2D2T RM setup and it works very well, the fact that it runs server 2003 storage server doesnt really bother me as i'd rather have a box with a tried and tested OS for backup than 2008 r2 where you are going to have issues with backup exc drivers etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tallwood_6 View Post
    Hello James we have the 8tb D2D2T RM setup and it works very well, the fact that it runs server 2003 storage server doesnt really bother me as i'd rather have a box with a tried and tested OS for backup than 2008 r2 where you are going to have issues with backup exc drivers etc.
    I'm more looking at the diff between 32bit and 64bit
    If possible could you let me know how long it takes to backup however much you backup?

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    To backup 4 servers with 460gb data between them takes about 3 hours 40 mins to backup to disk and about the same to duplicate that data on to LTO 4.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tallwood_6 View Post
    To backup 4 servers with 460gb data between them takes about 3 hours 40 mins to backup to disk and about the same to duplicate that data on to LTO 4.
    Thanks again
    I'd really like to hear some speeds/space backed up from some people using RAID5/similar if anyone has such a system.

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    The spec and load on the server that it is backing up from seems to make quite a difference with regards to general backup speed the newest server with an agent gets 800MB/min while one of the older boxes only gets 625MB/min. The Autoloader speed i get nearly 5,000 MB/min but this is attached via SCSI and is only dealing with one duplication at at time.

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    Hate to 'bump up a thread' but does anyone else have any experiances/suggestions with the RM Disk Box and using RAID0 for the entire HDD array?
    Some more figures on how long its taking people to backup how much would be great to.

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