3 Replies Latest reply: Sep 12, 2013 10:19 AM by bbjholcomb RSS

Limit the amount of SIS or Dedupe jobs run at one

davidrnexon
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Hi, is there a way in c-mode to limit the amount of dedupe jobs that can run at one time ?

  • Re: Limit the amount of SIS or Dedupe jobs run at one
    bbjholcomb
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    Yes, you can setup a schedule. In 7DOT/7mode you could only run them on the hour and the limit was 8 concurrent.

    You can create new schedule or use existing ones. We setup a bunch of them, every two minutes for a few hours. Most run in a few seconds, we have been this in 7mode for 2 years, 400 volumes, it has saved us about 252TB. We only run this on volumes that don't contain DB, all or NFS.

    To create a new efficiently policy:

         volume efficiency policy create -vserver xxxx -schedule xxxx (you can -duration if you want it stop if it's been running too long).

    We have it working in cDOT for a new months on 8.1 no problems so far.

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