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Having a web application in my cmpnys domain but its backup size is increasing impacting the perform

Vishal Hegde
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Hi Ranchers,


We have a web app in production, but the backup size keeps on increasing impacting the performace..for instance the authentication takes time

Backup Size: 6 GB
Operationg System: Windows
Platform: Core Java, jsp,serlvets(EJB , i guess)


Is there any way where the performance can be indepandant of the size of the data


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Vishal Hegde


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Jeanne Boyarsky
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Are you doing the backup asynchronously? This will prevent the user from having to wait on it. Also, how are you doing the backup? Database backup? File system backup?


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Vishal Hegde
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Hi Jeanne,

Backup is automatically set in the database after office hours. Theres a time set in settings for the same.

I guess its a file backup as the extention specified is .bak that we restore in disaster recovery Server.

Application being used:
Microsoft SQL Server Manager 8


My initial Guess:

Size hindering the perfromance
Applcation getting affected when extracting reports(hindering the perfrmance)
Vishal Hegde
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Jeanne Boyarsky
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You could do smaller backups. Or reduce the priority of the backup.
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
 
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