Days to create full image of about 60GB data

Discussion in 'Acronis True Image Product Line' started by nlandas, Apr 1, 2006.

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  1. nlandas

    nlandas Registered Member

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    I'm using full version of True Image Server 9.1 on a freshly installed Windows 2000 Server, a DELL PowerEdge dual 3Ghz processor Xeon with 2GB RAM, Serial ATA RAID 5 array. I'm imaging to a 250GB SNAP server attached at 100Mbps to the network and functioning fine. PowerQuest v2i protector would back up the whole system system in about 5 hours with verify.

    True Image 9.1 says it still has 5 days left and it's been running all night. :thumbd:

    It's set to use maximum network, normal processor port and normal compression and do a FULL image not file backup of the drive. C: and D:

    Any advise on how to make this functional would be welcome. o_O
     
  2. Acronis Support

    Acronis Support Acronis Support Staff

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    Hello nlandas,

    Thank you for choosing Acronis Server Disk Backup Software.

    As I can see, you have already been contacted by our Support Technical Engineer.

    Please follow his instructions in order to resolve the problem.

    Thank you.
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    Tatyana Tsyngaeva
     
  3. mwb1100

    mwb1100 Registered Member

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    It would be nice to have the resolution of this problem posted here for the benefit of others who might also run into the problem.
     
  4. nlandas

    nlandas Registered Member

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    I've had no resolution so far. I've been told twice now to install the latest drivers using the SNAP_API. So far to no affect on the problem. I'm continuing to debug on my end. I purchase Acronis TIS 8 about 15 days prior to TIS 9.1 being released. So I pay for an upgrade and the performance is abysmal. :oops:

    I'll keep working on it since I don't have a choice after spending $1K on 9.1 :blink:
     
  5. seekforever

    seekforever Registered Member

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    If that is the case then I'm not impressed with Acronis. Buying a product 15 days before a new version is released should have given you a free upgrade to the new version.
     
  6. whosmackey

    whosmackey Registered Member

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    Actually, you should purchase maintenance when you buy the software and that will give you free upgrades and keep the product up to date. Not to mention the email/phone support.
     
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