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backup time

In radiography, the time setting selected before an automated exposure, usually 150% of the anticipated total exposure time for projection.
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Japan has improved its database performance by 10 times, while dramatically reducing job processing and backup times.
Extended backup time can also be gained with a UPS offering individually controllable load segments.
Our backup times have been cut by about 75%," said David Henry, Systems Administrator at AO Smith.
Most businesses have constraints on how long the backup time can last.
With today's data growth and the fact that backup windows will always be limited, anything that shortens backup time is going to make it more possible to actually get the backup done.
For these reasons, it is best to use tape in applications where performance and backup time are not key requirements.
SQLsafe accelerates, compresses & encrypts SQL Server backups -- reducing SQL Server backup time by up to 50% over native backups, and reducing backup disk space requirements by up to 95%.
It should also be able to verify the entire backup image at backup time, have a highly tolerant append-only file system, and offer solid write protection after a power interruption.
With integration and support services led by Abba Technologies, the team at the AFB unit cut their backup time by half during the first night of operation and improved recovery time from hours to minutes.
Across applications, customers identify a 2x gap between desired and actual backup time windows
After the initial back-up of all data on the client, subsequent back-ups capture only the differential deltas, minimizing backup time.
File-by-file backups also offer the advantage of being able to take advantage of incremental or differential backup methods to reduce backup time requirements.