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Data Multiplexing - Support

The following table lists the Data Multiplexing feature that is supported by each of these Agents.

Multiplexing

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Backup

Active Directory
DB2
DB2 DPF
DB2 pureScale
Documentum
Exchange Database
Exchange Mailbox (Classic)
Exchange Public Folder
Google Mail and Google Drive
GPFS
Hadoop
IBM i File System
IBM Notes Database
IBM Notes Document
Image Level
Informix Data Multiplexing is not supported for backup jobs launched from the CommCell Console. Data Multiplexing supports jobs that are launched from the command line.
Macintosh File System
Microsoft SharePoint Server
Microsoft SQL Server For Data Multiplexing, the SQL Server does not support the multiplexing of streams "with each other" on to the same media when a data protection operation is performed using the CommCell Console. However, the streams will be multiplexed when the operation is performed using the Command Line Interface.
Microsoft Windows File Systems
MySQL
NAS Data Multiplexing is supported for non-NAS data when using file server or MediaAgent attached data paths. Data Multiplexing is supported for NAS iDataAgent when backup operations are configured to use a MediaAgent attached data path.
NFS
OES File System
OpenVMS File System
Oracle
Oracle RAC
PostgreSQL
SAP for MaxDB
SAP for Oracle
SAP HANA
Sybase You must use the same number of backup and restore streams when you use the multiplexing feature.
Unix File Systems

Archive

Domino Mailbox Archiver
Exchange Compliance Archiver
Exchange Mailbox
Exchange Mailbox Archiver
Exchange Public Folder Archiver
OnePass for Celerra
OnePass for Exchange Mailbox (Classic)
OnePass for Hitachi HNAS (BlueArc)
OnePass for NetApp
OnePass for Network Shares
OnePass for Unix
OnePass for Windows
Oracle Archiving

Replication

ContinuousDataReplicator

Virtualization

Amazon
Citrix Xen
KVM
Microsoft Azure
Microsoft Hyper-V
Nutanix AHV
OpenStack
Oracle VM
oVirt
Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization
VMware

Laptop

Laptop Backup (Linux)
Laptop Backup (Macintosh)
Laptop Backup (Windows)