"John P . Looney" wrote:
>> What throughput approx does a DDS/3 tape drive run (using something like
not sure exactly but from what I can gather from the tests that I'm
running (as I type) here on a wee p100 it seems to be getting about 50
MB a minute, but this is stuff coming from an NT box just to see how
usefull it is, I wouldn't quote it as being very accurate.
Using Seagate Backup Exec 7 under NT here (333Mhz, 128Mb, Dell
poweredge 2300) performance can range from 50 to 100 MB a minute but
this is usually somewhere around the 65Mb per min mark.
oh & HW compression is enabled in all cases
hope this is worth something
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