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Litespeed Vs Native Backup?


Litespeed Vs Native Backup?

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Thanks Everyone here. I shall prefer litespeed in my env.

Litespeed Link really helped.
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Native compression is good but if you enable TDE compression is negated. Litespeed or SQLBackup will compress and encrypt your backups

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Anybody have performance details based on newer version of SQL Server, I heard that SQL 2012 and 2014 has better compression now that is comporable to LiteSpeed.

I suppose could take a backup myself and see the compression details. Just wanted to find out before I do this research myself.

Thanks,
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Even with 2008R2 we seemed to get better performance natively than with LiteSpeed - LiteSpeed really saved us with SQL 2000 and 2005, but the day we got 2008R2 - boy that was fast!

Stats for a 120GB database, full backup:-

SQL 2000 native - 90 minutes
LiteSpeed - 30 minutes
2008R2 native - 10 minutes
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