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Use multi-core on backup server

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    Hi

    We are aware of this issue and we have prepared an official guide how to use pigz to take advantage of multicore systems. We are also planning to add pigz support on Coudboot Compute Resources, currently this is under investigation. You can find more details below.

    https://docs.onapp.com/misc/backup-compression

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    Mikhail Chodorenko

    Use Pigs as alternative 

    You can install pigz and use /etc/alternatives.d replace gzip on pigz

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    Vincent Suurenbroek

    somehow the system keeps using gzip when I use alternatives.

    alternatives --display gzip
    gzip - status is auto.
     link currently points to /usr/bin/pigz
    /usr/bin/gzip - priority 10
    /usr/bin/pigz - priority 20
    Current `best' version is /usr/bin/pigz.

    Am I doing something wrong? I'am using Centos.

     

     

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    Mikhail Chodorenko

    Roman Strazhnyk,

    You link not accessed w/o auth in Atlasian. You can add its document on share access ?

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  • Hi Mikhail,

    The link is now publicly available, sorry for the inconvenience.

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