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  1. Hi oleg Tomorrow i send the traces.Where do I upload them? they are big
  2. Hi the problem is in the copying of thousands of small files (200kb on average). My case are 15000000 files and 29Gb size. A process with all the active modules is 8h, with anticryptor disabled is 6h and with anticryptor / real time of Disabled is 4h. It is easy to simulate it, with robocopy and reading / writing in the same disk for example. I have tried with the TrendMicro version server and this does not happen.
  3. Hi I have detected is that the copy of millions of small files affects the KAV. Test with robocopy: KAV disable: Files: 14535011 Time: 6:21:35 Size: 89.737 Gb Anti-cryptor enable Files: 14535011 Time: 8:42:18 Size: 89.737 Gb Anti-Cryptor disable: Files: 14535011 Time: 7:18:03 Size: 89.737 Gb Instead, you run the robocopy with 220Gb but large files, and the result is optimal. Do you still want the traces? They have a very large size. Thanks
  4. Hi Ole If I disable the AntiCryptor it improves the performance. If I disable the Real-Time improves even more.
  5. Hi The copy is being made locally (same volume) Kaspersky Security 10.1 for Windows Server Cumulative critical fix product core 1 (KB14306)
  6. Hi Kirill The problem is that with the Real-time and the Anti-Cryptor enabled, a simple copy of files is 3 times higher than the KAV being stopped. If you configure that directories are excluded, why not do it or I think so?
  7. Kaspersky has some tool that allows to visualize in real time the files that the AV is scanning. I think exclusions do not work. Kaspersky 10.1 Server
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