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Data protection options
Online backup and recovery
Database protection with the NVFAIL feature
Protecting against a data loss disaster
Data protection in a SAN environment
Understanding Snapshot copies
Accessing Snapshot copies from clients
Restoring files from Snapshot copies
Creating Snapshot schedules
Creating Snapshot copies
Finding the Snapshot copy you need
Understanding Snapshot disk consumption
Monitoring Snapshot disk consumption
Displaying Snapshot disk consumption statistics
Understanding the Snapshot reserve
Changing the Snapshot reserve
Changing the Snapshot reserve
Saving disk space by using file folding
options cifs.snapshot_file_folding.enable off
Displaying data change rate between Snapshot copies
Snapshot copy autodelete
Displaying space reclaimed from deleted Snapshot copies
Deleting Snapshot copies
Renaming Snapshot copies
Data Recovery Using SnapRestore
Understanding SnapRestore
Deciding when to use SnapRestore
Installing the SnapRestore license
Reverting a volume to a selected Snapshot copy
Reverting a file to a selected Snapshot copy
Obtaining correct incremental backups after reversion
SnapMirror overview
Effects of FlexVol volumes on SnapMirror replication
Specifying destination systems on the source
Defining source and destination through snapmirror.conf
Using SnapMirror over multiple paths
Enabling SnapMirror
Initializing a SnapMirror destination
Updating a destination manually
Listing SnapMirror Snapshot copies
Checking SnapMirror data transfer status
Checking SnapMirror data transfer logs
Aborting a SnapMirror transfer
Stabilizing (quiescing) destinations before a Snapshot copy
Converting a destination to a writable volume or qtree
Releasing partners from a SnapMirror relationship
Resynchronizing SnapMirror
Migrating data between volumes by using SnapMirror
◆“Moving volume SnapMirror sources” on page186
Moving volume SnapMirror sources
Moving qtree SnapMirror sources
Copying from one destination to another in a series (cascading)
Using SnapMirror to copy a volume to local tape
How SnapMirror works with the dump command
Fixing changes to SnapMirror elements
Creating SnapLock destination volumes
Protecting SnapVault secondaries using volume SnapMirror
SnapVault overview
Planning SnapVault
Setting up a basic SnapVault backup
Setting up SnapVault backup on Open Systems platforms
Configuring the SnapVault secondary storage system
Managing SnapVault backup of Open Systems platforms
Restoring a directory or file
Restoring an entire primary storage system
Restoring files to a primary storage system from tape
Backing up a database
Enabling SnapVault
Backing up qtree data
Backing up non-qtree data
Backing up volume data
Scheduling SnapVault Snapshot copy updates
Checking SnapVault transfers
Displaying SnapVault Snapshot copies
Changing settings for SnapVault backup relationships
Manually updating individual secondary storage system qtrees
Creating a Snapshot copy manually
Restoring SnapVault data to the primary storage system
Aborting SnapVault transfers
Ending SnapVault backups for a qtree
Unscheduling SnapVault Snapshot copies
Releasing SnapVault relationships
Planning capacity
Setting up a SnapVault backup
Managing WORM Snapshot copies from SnapVault
Managing SnapVault log files
Protecting your Compliant SnapVault backups with SnapMirror
Protecting your SnapVault backups through SnapMirror
Turning SnapVault off
Setting up for NetBackup management
Using NetBackup to manage SnapVault qtrees
Scheduling efficient backup policies
VERITAS NetBackup and NearStore
Setting up SnapVault support for NetBackup transfers
Managing data transfers
About SnapLock
Creating SnapLock volumes
Managing the compliance clock
Setting volume retention periods
Destroying SnapLock volumes and aggregates
Managing WORM data
Learning about volume copy
Verifying the size of each volume
Verifying the relationship between storage systems
Verifying and changing status of source and destination volumes
Enabling remote access
Copying volumes
Checking the status of a volume copy operation
Displaying the current speed for copying a volume
Controlling the speed of a volume copy operation
Aborting a volume copy operation
Understanding mirrored aggregates
Enabling and disabling the mirroring license
Creating mirrored aggregates and traditional volumes
Creating a mirrored aggregate or traditional volume
Adding a plex
Adding disks to mirrored aggregate or traditional volumes
Changing the state of a plex
Splitting mirrored aggregates or traditional volumes
Rejoining split aggregates or traditional volumes
Removing and destroying a plex
Removing and destroying a plex
Comparing the plexes of mirrored aggregate or traditional volumes
Understanding the nvfail option
Enabling and disabling database file protection
Using the nvfail_rename file for additional database protection
Virus Protection for CIFS
Understanding CIFS virus protection
Setting up and starting virus scanning
Specifying file types to be scanned
Excluding file types to be scanned
Turning scanning on or off for shares
Turning scanning on or off for read-only access for shares
Adding shares with virus scanning turned on or off
Displaying the scanner list
Checking vscan information
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Backup Recovery

Backup Recovery

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Published by: Srikanth Kanigolla on Jan 19, 2012
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