Backup compression ratios

David Wilson (Interactive)

Backup compression ratios
Hi all,

We run DB2V8.1.5 on AIX 5.1.

I am trying to find some benchmark figures to suggest how much we could
benefit from using DB2 Backup Compression.
Does anybody out there have any figures they could share or point me to a
paper of some sort.

Many thanks in advance.

David Wilson
Interactive DBA, Camelot Group plc
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Office - 01923-425049




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