I second this complaint. I would much prefer Retrospect to create a
directory with the name of the catalog and have files inside for each client
for faster file compares. Or at least let me break out a "big" client. A
file compare of a ~22G restore takes about 2hrs even if I want just *one*
file out of the bunch.

This fact has caused us to use a secondary HD to backup this one large chunk
of data.


> -----Original Message-----
> Of Steven Karel
> Sent: Tuesday, January 02, 2001 4:52 PM
> To: retro-talk
> Subject: Re: Anyone used Retrospect on medium-large systems?

> - with a lot of computers, the Retrospect catalog files can become
> large,
> and doing the comparisons between catalog and the current client
> filesystem structure  prior to backing up each client can take a long
> time.

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