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 Factors that can affect the speed of a backup job: Factors that can affect the speed of a backup job:
  
   * **Hardware specification**   * **Hardware specification**
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 Check on the hardware specification of the client computers (RAM available, processor speed), are the resource sufficient for the backup operation. Check on the hardware specification of the client computers (RAM available, processor speed), are the resource sufficient for the backup operation.
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   * For computer running on Windows, you can view the CPU usage with the Windows Task Manager.   * For computer running on Windows, you can view the CPU usage with the Windows Task Manager.
-  * For computer running on Linux / Mac OS X, you can view the CPU usage with the command:+  * For computer running on Linux / macOS, you can view the CPU usage with the command:
  
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 If the CPU usage is constantly maxed out during the backup, it may suggests that the CPU power of the machine is insufficient for the backup operation. If the CPU usage is constantly maxed out during the backup, it may suggests that the CPU power of the machine is insufficient for the backup operation.
  
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   * **Backup source data size (number of files and size of files)**   * **Backup source data size (number of files and size of files)**
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 How many files are selected as the backup source? How many files are selected as the backup source?
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 If the backup source contain a large number of files (e.g. over a million files), you may consider splitting up the backup set into multiple backup sets with a smaller number of files. If the backup source contain a large number of files (e.g. over a million files), you may consider splitting up the backup set into multiple backup sets with a smaller number of files.
  
-Also, alter the amount of memory available to CloudBacko Go.+Also, alter the amount of memory available to CloudBacko Go.  For more information please refer to this article: 
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 +[[public:​faq:​how_to_modify_the_java_heap_size_of_cbkgo_8011|FAQ:​ How to modify the Java heap size setting of CloudBacko Go?]]  
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   * **Location of the backup source (local / network drive)**   * **Location of the backup source (local / network drive)**
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 Check if the backup source is located locally, or over a network. Check if the backup source is located locally, or over a network.
  
 If the backup source of the backup job is set over a network, the backup speed may be affected depending on the network traffic and speed. If the backup source of the backup job is set over a network, the backup speed may be affected depending on the network traffic and speed.
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   * **Location of the temporary directory (local / network drive)**   * **Location of the temporary directory (local / network drive)**
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 Check if the temporary directory specified for the backup set is located locally, or over a network. Check if the temporary directory specified for the backup set is located locally, or over a network.
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 If the temporary directory is specified on a network partition, the backup speed may be affected depending on the network traffic and speed. If the temporary directory is specified on a network partition, the backup speed may be affected depending on the network traffic and speed.
  
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   * **Encryption and compression setting**   * **Encryption and compression setting**
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 Check on encryption key length configured for the backup set in concern. Check on encryption key length configured for the backup set in concern.
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 Also, check on the compression setting for the backup set in concern. Also, check on the compression setting for the backup set in concern.
  
-Backup data can be compressed in Normal or Fast compression type. Consider changing the compression type of the backup set to '​Fast'​ or 'No Compression'​ if backup speed is a greater concern than quota usage:+Backup data can be compressed in Normal, Fast or Fast with optimization for local compression type. Consider changing the compression type of the backup set to '​Fast ​with optimization for local' or 'No Compression'​ if backup speed is a greater concern than quota usage:
  
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   * **Number of delta to be generated**   * **Number of delta to be generated**
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 How many delta files are being generated, and their size? How many delta files are being generated, and their size?
  
 The speed of a backup job can be affected if the number to delta files to be generated is large, or if the delta files to be generated is large. The speed of a backup job can be affected if the number to delta files to be generated is large, or if the delta files to be generated is large.
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   * **Sequential or Concurrent backup mode**   * **Sequential or Concurrent backup mode**
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 +Check on the [[public:​faq:​faq_on_backup_destination_8002|backup destination]] backup mode of the backup set:
  
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-  * Sequential Mode\\ The backup job will upload the backup data to the selected backup destination one by one (e.g. sequentially).\\ ​ Data will be first uploaded to the first backup destination in the list (list in the destination setting of the backup set), and once that is completed, data will be uploaded to the next backup destination.+  * Sequential Mode\\ The backup job will upload the backup data to the selected backup destination one by one (e.g. sequentially).\\ ​ Data will be first uploaded to the first backup destination in the list (list in the destination setting of the backup set), and once that is completed, data will be uploaded to the next backup destination.\\  \\  ​
   * Concurrent Mode\\ ​ The backup job will upload the backup data to the selected backup destination at the same time (e.g. concurrently).   * Concurrent Mode\\ ​ The backup job will upload the backup data to the selected backup destination at the same time (e.g. concurrently).
  
-[[http://wiki.ahsay.com/​doku.php?​id=public:​8002_faq:faq_on_backup_destination#What%20is%20the%20different%20between%20backup%20mode%20'​Sequential'​%20and%20'​Concurrent'?​|Click Here or]] more details on different ​between these two backup destination ​backup ​modes.+[[https://40.76.224.132/wiki/​doku.php?​id=public:​faq:faq_on_backup_destination_8002#what_is_the_difference_between_backup_mode_sequential_and_concurrent|Click Here]] ​for more details on the difference ​between these two backup destination modes.
  
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   * **Cloud storage provider**   * **Cloud storage provider**
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-Check on the cloud storage providers setup as backup destination.+<WRAP indent>​ 
 +Check on the cloud storage providers setup as [[public:​faq:​faq_on_backup_destination_8002|backup destination]].
  
 CloudBacko Go supports backup to all major cloud storage providers such as Amazon S3, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Storage, Dropbox, OneDrive, OneDrive For Business, Rackspace, FTP/SFTP server, AWS Compatible Cloud Storage and OpenStack Compatible Storage. CloudBacko Go supports backup to all major cloud storage providers such as Amazon S3, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Storage, Dropbox, OneDrive, OneDrive For Business, Rackspace, FTP/SFTP server, AWS Compatible Cloud Storage and OpenStack Compatible Storage.
  
 It is important when choosing a cloud storage provider to consider if they have data centers near your physical location and the storage plan you choose should offer the highest availability and lowest latency in order to provide optimal backup/​restore performance. It is important when choosing a cloud storage provider to consider if they have data centers near your physical location and the storage plan you choose should offer the highest availability and lowest latency in order to provide optimal backup/​restore performance.
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-  * **Cloud storage region setting*+  * **Cloud storage region setting*
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 Check on the region setting of the cloud storage selected if applicable. Check on the region setting of the cloud storage selected if applicable.
  
-For example, if wish to backup your data to Amazon S3 and the backup client computer is located in a Europe. The '​Location'​ setting of the corresponding backup destination must be set to a location nearest e.g. EU (Ireland):+For example, if wish to backup your data to Amazon S3 and the backup client computer is located in a Europe. The '​Location'​ setting of the corresponding ​[[public:​faq:​faq_on_backup_destination_8002|backup destination]] must be set to a location nearest e.g. EU (Ireland):
  
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   * **Amount of memory (Java heap size) available**   * **Amount of memory (Java heap size) available**
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 Check on the Java heap size setting, modify the setting if the currently allocated size is insufficient for the backup operation. Check on the Java heap size setting, modify the setting if the currently allocated size is insufficient for the backup operation.
  
 [[public:​faq:​how_to_modify_the_java_heap_size_of_cbkgo_8011|FAQ:​ How to modify the Java heap size setting of CloudBacko Go?]] [[public:​faq:​how_to_modify_the_java_heap_size_of_cbkgo_8011|FAQ:​ How to modify the Java heap size setting of CloudBacko Go?]]
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   * **Internet connection speed**   * **Internet connection speed**
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-Check on the speed of the connection between CloudBacko Go and the backup destination.+<WRAP indent>​ 
 +Check on the speed of the connection between CloudBacko Go and the [[public:​faq:​faq_on_backup_destination_8002|backup destination]].
  
 Check if the backup job is being performed over a Local Area Network (LAN) or a Wide Area Network (WAN) environment. Ensure that the bandwidth available is suitable for the amount of data you intend to transfer. It is recommended to use a dedicated Internet connection to ensure optimal backup performance. Check if the backup job is being performed over a Local Area Network (LAN) or a Wide Area Network (WAN) environment. Ensure that the bandwidth available is suitable for the amount of data you intend to transfer. It is recommended to use a dedicated Internet connection to ensure optimal backup performance.
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 Finally, if access to Internet is via a proxy server, check for any restrictions on bandwidth on the proxy server. Finally, if access to Internet is via a proxy server, check for any restrictions on bandwidth on the proxy server.
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