On 13-12-27 12:28 AM, Prem wrote:
You can control CPU/disk IO by limiting the number of jobs that run
in parallel. You'll also find better efficiency by using OpenVZ
rather than KVM.
I am also using KVM and VM for the
backuppc running on Ubuntu 12.04. It can run without issues
but based on my observatio, you need to roughly allocate 1
core for 1 client that requires backup. For example if you
have 10 clients then its better to allocate 10 cores.
I got this through the NMON monitoring
when multiple jobs are running at the same time.
For a very nice KVM/OpenVZ interface, check out proxmox
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