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Re: V3 IFW faster

Postby mjnelson99 » Sun Aug 21, 2016 4:13 pm

One thing that makes it faster is Phylock starts faster.


On 8/21/2016 4:48 PM, Bob Coleman wrote:
> And now back to the original subject of this thread:
>
> I went to my log and reviewed several months of history of the elapsed times of a weekly backup and byte-for-byte validation of several partitions including the OS partition. There was quite a variation, but the time seemed to always be at least 40 minutes, often 50, occasionally an hour or a little more.
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> The only two examples I have with V3 are both under 30 minutes. Small sample size to be sure, but I think it's noticeably faster.
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Re: V3 IFW faster

Postby Mrx » Sat Oct 01, 2016 4:46 am

Do all compression methods gain from multi-threaded improvements (eg. Standard/Original compression) ?

Bob Coleman wrote:
> I went to my log and reviewed several months of history of the elapsed
> times of a weekly backup and byte-for-byte validation of several partitions
> including the OS partition. There was quite a variation, but the time
> seemed to always be at least 40 minutes, often 50, occasionally an hour or
> a little more.
>
> The only two examples I have with V3 are both under 30 minutes. Small
> sample size to be sure, but I think it's noticeably faster.
What compression option do you use ?
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Re: V3 IFW faster

Postby Bob Coleman » Sat Oct 01, 2016 1:31 pm

Mrx wrote:
> Do all compression methods gain from multi-threaded improvements (eg.
> Standard/Original compression) ?
>
> Bob Coleman wrote:
> > I went to my log and reviewed several months of history of the elapsed
> > times of a weekly backup and byte-for-byte validation of several partitions
> > including the OS partition. There was quite a variation, but the time
> > seemed to always be at least 40 minutes, often 50, occasionally an hour or
> > a little more.
> >
> > The only two examples I have with V3 are both under 30 minutes. Small
> > sample size to be sure, but I think it's noticeably faster.
> What compression option do you use ?

More than a month later, I think the observation "under 30 minutes" holds. For this particular job, I use /comp:10 in a command line which is equivalent to "Enhanced Size - C".
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