Veritas NetBackup™ OpsCenter Performance and Tuning Guide
- About OpsCenter configuration
- About OpsCenter performance and tuning
- About tuning OpsCenter for increased performance
- About saving the OpsCenter log files on a different drive
- About adjusting the heap size or cache size for OpsCenter services
- About OpsCenter database defragmentation
- Moving OpsCenter server to a different computer
- OpsCenter best practices
- Installation and upgrade best practices
- OpsCenter database best practices
- Backup products best practices
About performance tuning guidelines
You may want to tune OpsCenter to obtain incremental performance gains. This section describes the important tuning parameters and settings that can result in improved performance.
The information that is published in this section is based on the tests that were performed in Veritas Lab in a controlled environment with expert users. These can only be used as guidelines and should not be used as 100% accurate benchmarks.
The following guidelines can help improve OpsCenter performance:
Install the OpsCenter database on a drive that is different from where OpsCenter server software and operating system is installed.
Install the OpsCenter log files on a drive that is different from where OpsCenter server software and operating system is installed. This type of installs should be done only if the logging level is greater than 1.
Veritas recommends that you defragment the OpsCenter database periodically. You must perform defragmentation once a month.
Increase the heap size of the OpsCenter server depending on the RAM load.See Adjusting the default heap size for the OpsCenter server service.
Increase the database cache size depending on the RAM and the database size.See Adjusting the OpsCenter database service cache size.
Create report schedules such that the email or export happens in system-idle time during which OpsCenter is not accessed frequently.
Purge the OpsCenter data periodically.