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
Defragmenting the OpsCenter database
You can defragment the OpsCenter database using the dbdefrag command. Defragmentation helps to increase data access and retrieval speed. For optimum performance, defragment the OpsCenter databases once a month and after a database purge operation.
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.
OpsCenter does not work during the time when the OpsCenter database is defragmented.
To defragment the OpsCenter database on Windows and UNIX
- Before you defragment the OpsCenter database, Veritas recommends that you back up the OpsCenter database.
For more details on backing up the OpsCenter database, refer to the OpsCenter Administrator's Guide.
- To defragment the OpsCenter database on Windows, run the following command:
To defragment the OpsCenter database on UNIX, run the following command: