As an administrator, you can configure the CPU priority and processing power that the inSync Client can use during backups. Druva recommends that you set the CPU priority between 5 and 6 for inSync backups.
The following table lists the CPU priority that you can assign to a profile and its impact to inSync Client.
|CPU priority||Impact on the inSync Client|
The CPU priority is set to low. Assigning a lower CPU priority might increase the time required for backup.
|Between 4-7||The CPU priority is set to normal. Druva recommends that you set the CPU priority between 5 and 6 for inSync backups.|
|Between 8-10||The CPU priority is set to high. Assigning a high CPU priority might affect the performance of other applications.|
- If you allow users to update the CPU priority for the backup process, the CPU priority that the users configure overrides the CPU priority that the administrator configured.
- You can assign CPU priority to inSync through profiles. You cannot do this on an individual user level.
To assign CPU priority
- On the Endpoints console, click Profiles.
- Select the profile for which you want to configure folders for backup.
- Go to the Edit option at the top right, and click the Endpoints tab from the dropdown. The Edit Profile window appears.
- Under the Backup Schedule & Retentions tab, go to the Resource Settings area.
- Move the CPU priority slider to reflect the CPU priority that you want to assign for data backup and click Save.