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Before we consider the various choices available for backup hardware and software, it s important to examine your server hardware purchase decisions. Choosing the appropriate server hardware can have many benefits. The first is increased performance spending your money wisely will pay off in a better end-user experience and a better return on your investment. When it comes to performing backups, if your existing platform has enough power, the impact of performing backups can be minimal on the end-user experience. The major components of a server include the CPU, memory, and disk subsystems; all three will have significant bearing on the overall performance of your information system. Let s look at each of these components in turn.
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If I were to ask you to describe the hardware configuration of a particular server, what information would you provide first I d be willing to guess that you d mention the processor architecture and clock speed. ( Oh, that s a Dual Pentium III 600 MHz machine. ) Nowadays, much of the hype about system performance surrounds the CPU. Popular marketing would have you believe that there is a nearly linear relationship between the speed of a CPU and the real-world performance you ll achieve. Companies tout that you ll get everything from faster Internet access to increased productivity once you buy a higher-speed CPU. In actuality, however, most applications rarely tax the CPU to its fullest extent. On the client site, perhaps some of the most processor-hungry applications are image-editing and other graphics software packages, as well as some of the newer action games. Many years ago (in the days when 486 PCs were cool), the CPU did act as a bottleneck for many applications. These days, you probably wouldn't notice any benefit in running Microsoft Word, for example, on a computer processing a half billion operations per second. When bottlenecks occur, the culprit is likely to be one or more of the various other subsystems within the client computer. Bus speeds, memory limitations, network throughput, and disk subsystem performance are much more likely to limit your overall experience. The story might be somewhat different on the server side, however. The general rules still remain true for most common server applications, CPU performance might be the least of several other bottlenecks. Accessing information from a disk subsystem can be several orders of magnitude slower than accessing data from memory. Similarly, the CPU itself is often waiting for data from RAM. For applications such as file and print services, extra memory and improved network connectivity can cause noticeable performance increases. However, on machines that perform calculation-intensive tasks (such as OLAP servers and other statistical-analysis applications), the CPU speed can be very important. So what s the bottom line when it comes to choosing a processor architecture If money will allow, you generally won t go wrong by buying the fastest CPU available on the market. One of the main reasons is that hardware vendors match the fastest processors with faster technology all-around (such as system buses, memory, and disk control-
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lers). If you re like most of us, however, you have a limited budget and need to choose your specifications carefully. In general, most applications would probably benefit more from additional RAM than from an extra 100 MHz of processor speed. The overall evaluation of the CPU requirements of your application, however, must be determined by your actual needs. Such information can be obtained by using the processor object in Windows NT/2000 Performance Monitor (as covered in 3). Now that we ve covered the CPU system, it s time to move on to other potential bottlenecks.
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