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    Mike Resseler - Deduplication in windows server 2012 r2 Mike Resseler - Deduplication in windows server 2012 r2 Presentation Transcript

    • Mike Resseler Deduplication in Windows Server 2012 R2 EMEA Microsoft Evangelist Veeam Software @MikeResseler
    • Deduplication? Installation - Config Architecture VDI! Results / Conclusions More Tips
    • What is Deduplication?
    • In-line versus Post Process Source versus Target File-, Block- or Chunk-Based
    • Single Instance Storage Hard Links Picture: flickr.com/photos/woolamaloo_gazette/
    • Planning • • • • • Determine target deployments Hardware requirements Unsupported Configurations Evaluate Savings Policies
    • Great: { File share | Virtualization Files | OS deploy files | Backup Files } Maybe: { LOB | Web Servers | HPC |Static content providers } Poor: { Hyper-V hosts | WSUS | SQL / Exchange Servers | Files > 1TB}
    • Installation
    • DDPEval <VolumePath:> Examples: C:> DDPEVAL.EXE ServerTestshare C:> DDPEVAL.EXE E:Test C:> DDPEVAL.EXE F: Will produce output similar to the following: Data Deduplication Savings Evaluation Tool Copyright 2011-2012 Microsoft Corporation. All Rights Reserved. Evaluated folder: E:Test Processed files: 34 Processed files size: 12.03MB Optimized files size: 4.02MB Space savings: 8.01MB Space savings percent: 66 Optimized files size (no compression): 11.47MB Space savings (no compression): 571.53KB Space savings percent (no compression): 4 Files with duplication: 2 Files excluded by policy: 20 Files excluded by error: 0
    • Windows Server 2012 1 single CPU – 4GB Ram - SATA
    • GUI Based Through Server Manager PowerShell Import-Module ServerManager Add-WindowsFeature –name FS-Data-Deduplication Import-Module Deduplication
    • Video: Enable Dedup
    • Can it be duplicated? Empty volume? Resources? Unsupported Config?
    • 3 Days default (last modified) Schedule: every hour Exclusions: edb | jrs Garbage collection / data scrubbing on Saterday
    • Video: Enable Volume - GUI
    • Video: Enable Volume - GUI
    • Architecture
    • Filter Driver Service Based (ddpsvc) Garbage Collection Optimization Scrubbing
    • Jobs • • • • Start-DedupJob Optimization (-type Optimization) Data Scrubbing (-type Scrubbing) Garbage Collection (-type GarbageCollection)
    • Video: Start-DedupJob
    • Settings | Policies
    • Settings
    • Decisions
    • PowerShell
    • PowerShell • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Disable-Dedupvolume: Disables further data deduplication activity on one or more volumes Enable-Dedupvolume: Enables data deduplication on the specified volumes, using default settings Expand-Dedupfile: Expands an optimized file into its original location Get-DedupJob: Returns status and information for currently running or queued deduplication jobs Get-DedupMetadata: Returns a DeduplicationMetadata object for every volume that has data deduplication metadata Get-DedupSchedule: Returns the DeduplicationJobSchedule objects defined on the system Get-DedupStatus: Returns a DeduplicationStatus object for every volume that has data deduplication metadata Get-DedupVolume: Returns a DeduplicationVolume object for each volume that has data deduplication metadata New-DedupSchedule: Creates a new data deduplication schedule and returns a DeduplicationSchedule object Remove-DedupSchedule: Deletes the specified DeduplicationSchedule object Set-DedupSchedule: Sets data deduplication schedule settings Set-DedupVolume: Sets data deduplication volume settings Start-DedupJob: Queues a new data deduplication job of the specified type for the specified volumes Stop-DedupJob: Cancels one or more specified data deduplication jobs Update-DedupStatus: Scans one or more specified volumes to compute fresh data deduplication savings information and returns a DeduplicationStatus object Get-command –Module Deduplication
    • Video: PowerShell
    • VDI!
    • Overview
    • Why? • Space! • Caching… • But: Post-processing method! So space needed first
    • How? • Enable-DedupVolume C:ClusterStorageVolume1 –Usagetype HyperV • Set-DedupVolume C:ClusterStorageVolume1 –OptimizePartialFiles (preview) • In case of low storage: Start-DedupJob C:ClusterStorageVolume1 –Type Optimization
    • Conclusions
    • Benefits
    • Picture: flickr.com/photos/glasgows/
    • Picture: flickr.com/photos/drmartin/
    • Capacity optimization Scale & Performance Reliability & Data integrity Management w/ Familiar Tools
    • BranchCache Failover Clusters DFS Replication SIS: No!
    • Backups
    • DDPEval <VolumePath:> Examples: C:> DDPEVAL.EXE ServerTestshare C:> DDPEVAL.EXE E:Test C:> DDPEVAL.EXE F: Will produce output similar to the following: Data Deduplication Savings Evaluation Tool Copyright 2011-2012 Microsoft Corporation. All Rights Reserved. Evaluated folder: E:Test Processed files: 34 Processed files size: 12.03MB Optimized files size: 4.02MB Space savings: 8.01MB Space savings percent: 66 Optimized files size (no compression): 11.47MB Space savings (no compression): 571.53KB Space savings percent (no compression): 4 Files with duplication: 2 Files excluded by policy: 20 Files excluded by error: 0
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