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HP-UX 11.11 Running backup from console very slow and from telnet fast...

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This is a very strange problem, if I run a backup script (daily.bkp) from the console it take more than 2 hours, and if I run the same script from a Telnet session it only take 20 min. can somebody tell me why?
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Mystery solved, The monitor attach to the HP-UX box is running at 9600 serial connection, after removing from the script the (-v) verbose switch (not sending output to the screen) the backup took only 20 min.
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