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Table Of Contents

Multiplexing
When to use multiplexing
How to configure multiplexing
Maximum streams per drive for a storage unit
Media multiplexing for a schedule
Other configuration settings to consider using multiplexing
Demultiplexing
Using multiple NetBackup master servers
Using multiple media servers with one master server
Software on each server
NetBackup catalogs
Adding a media server
To add a media server
Registering a media server
To register a media server
NetBackup configuration options
NetBackup administration options
NBRB_CLEANUP_OBSOLETE_DBINFO
NBRB_ENABLE_OPTIMIZATIONS
NBRB_FORCE_FULL_EVAL
NBRB_REEVAL_PENDING
NBRB_REEVAL_PERIOD
NBRB_RETRY_DELAY_AFTER_EMM_ERR
NBRB_MPX_GROUP_UNLOAD_DELAY
NBRB_MPX_GROUP_UNLOAD_DELAY.
REQUIRED_NETWORK
vm.conf options for media servers
ACS_mediatype
ADJ_LSM
API_BARCODE_RULES
API_BARCODE_RULES
AUTHORIZATION_REQUIRED
AUTO_PATH_CORRECTION
AUTO_UPDATE_ROBOT
AUTO_UPDATE_ROBOT
AVRD_PEND_DELAY
AVRD_SCAN_DELAY
CLEAN_REQUEST_TIMEOUT
CLIENT_PORT_WINDOW
CLUSTER_NAME
CONNECT_OPTIONS
DAS_CLIENT
DAYS_TO_KEEP_LOGS
EMM_RETRY_COUNT
EMM_CONNECT_TIMOUT
EMM_REQUEST_TIMOUT
ENABLE_ROBOT_AUTH
INVENTORY_FILTER
MAP_ID
MAP_CONTINUE_TIMEOUT
MEDIA_ID_BARCODE_CHARS
MEDIA_ID_PREFIX
MM_SERVER_NAME
PREFERRED_GROUP
PREVENT_MEDIA_REMOVAL
RANDOM_PORTS
REQUIRED_INTERFACE
SERVER
SSO_DA_REREGISTER_INTERVAL
SSO_DA_RETRY_TIMEOUT
SSO_HOST_NAME
TLH_mediatype
TLM_mediatype
VERBOSE
Example vm.conf file
Direct I/O for backups
Disabling direct I/O
Dynamic host name and IP addressing
Setting up dynamic IP addresses and host names
Configuring the NetBackup master server
Configuring a dynamic Microsoft Windows client
Configuring a dynamic UNIX NetBackup client
Configuring email notifications
Specifying the locale of the NetBackup installation
Rules for using host names in NetBackup
Qualifying host names
How NetBackup uses host names
Policy configuration
Image catalog
Error catalog
Catalog backup information
How to update NetBackup after a host name changes
Special considerations for Domain Name Service (DNS)
Reading backup images with tar
Effects of a non-NetBackup tar
Factors that affect backup time
Total data
Transfer rate
Device delays
Determining NetBackup transfer rate
Network transfer rate
Network transfer plus end-of-backup-processing rate
Total transfer rate
Using the system monitor
How NetBackup builds a worklist
Building the worklist (Queue)
To prioritize queued jobs
Determining backup media requirements
bpend_notify (UNIX clients only)
bpend_notify.bat (Microsoft Windows clients only)
dbbackup_notify.cmd
diskfull_notify.cmd
mail_dr_info.cmd
nbmail.cmd
parent_end_notify.cmd
parent_start_notify.cmd
restore_notify.cmd
session_notify.cmd
session_start_notify.cmd
userreq_notify.cmd
Media and device management best practices
General practices
Media management
Device management
Performance and troubleshooting
Using TapeAlert
Requirements for using TapeAlert
TapeAlert log codes
Drive cleaning overview
Reactive cleaning (TapeAlert)
TapeAlert cleaning
TapeAlert and frequency-based cleaning
Library-based cleaning
Frequency-based cleaning
Frequency-based cleaning limitations
Operator-initiated cleaning
Using a cleaning tape
Volume pool and volume group overview
Volume pools
Volume groups
Rules for assigning volume groups
Volume pool and volume group example
Scratch volume pools
Scratch pool example
Scratch pool usage
Barcode overview
Barcode advantages
Barcode best practices
Barcode rules
NetBackup actions for barcodes
Checking barcodes
Example barcode rules
Media ID generation rules
Controlling hardware compression
Changing your hardware configuration
Replacing devices
Decommissioning a media server
How NetBackup selects drives
How NetBackup reserves drives
SCSI persistent reserve process
SCSI persistent reserve commands
SCSI persistent reserve conflicts
SPC-2 SCSI reserve process
SPC-2 SCSI reserve commands
SCSI reservation conflicts
Forcing a release
Breaking a reservation
SCSI reserve requirements and limitations
SCSI reservation logging
Server operating system limitations
Checking for data loss
Possible data loss causes
Checking for tape and driver configuration errors
Common configuration problems
Configuring SCSI reserve
How NetBackup selects media
Selecting media in robots
Spanning media
Selecting media in stand-alone drives
Media selection using stand-alone drive extensions
Media formats
Standard tape format
QIC/WORM tape format
Optical media format
Fragmented backups
Multiplexing format
Spanning tapes
Media Manager commands
Device discovery overview
Device serialization
Devices that can be discovered
Device discovery in NetBackup
Device discovery in the Device Configuration Wizard
Device discovery and shared tape drives
Viewing and verifying the device configuration
Adding devices without discovery
Correlating devices and names on Windows hosts
Cross mount points
Exclude and include lists on UNIX clients
Creating an exclude list on a UNIX client
Creating an include list on a UNIX client
Schedules for user backups or archives
Installation
System requirements
Server and client installation
Configuration
General policy attributes
Client list
Backup selections
Backup selection list directives
■ CREATE_BACKUP_VOLUMES
SKIP_SMALL_VOLUMES
Regular expressions
Exclude and include lists
Backups and restores
Backups
Automatic backup
Manual backup
Restores
Restore from the NetBackup for AFS client
Restore from the NetBackup master server
Notes about restores
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting backups
Troubleshooting restores
Changes for NetBackup 6.0 and later
Supported Windows editions
Requirements for IDR
Overview of IDR use
About the DR files
Configuring NetBackup policies for IDR
Backing up the protected computer
Creating IDR media
Choosing the bootable media
Creating bootable diskettes
Updating a bootable CD
Updating bootable diskettes
Updating IDR diskettes only
Using drfile.exe to create or update a DR file
Recovering your computer
Step 1: Boot your computer
IDR recovery” on page 163
Step 2: Windows setup in IDR recovery
To use Windows setup in IDR recovery
Step 3: Disaster recovery wizard
Notes on altering hard drive partition sizes
Notes on recovering specific platforms
Recovering the dell PowerEdge 6100/200 with RAID
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