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Byte count in veritas backup exe 10d

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what is byte count in veritas backup exe 10d?
Is that the actual backup size transfer to tape.

I check the total size for my  backup path  was not same with my backup size which  copy to the tape. Which is the actual backup size for me to follow up ? byte count or byte written, Backup Sets By Media Set
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I already enable to hardware compression Ration. I can see on the media was the compression Ration is 1.59:1
How i work for this compression Ration?

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Danny
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To better answer your question, the byte count is the data that is processed.  You can look at the actual tape to see how much data was written.

Compression ratio is how much that data was compressed by the tape device.  ie you are at 1.6:1

A 2:1 would half the amount fo space you need
A 4:1 would quarter it.

You can also use the byte count to work out the Server Throughput Speed in Backup Exec:

Convert the byte count to megabytes
Convert the elapsed time to seconds
Perform the following calculation to determine Server Throughput speed:

Media Throughput Speed = size/elasped time
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