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Veritas Netbackup 6.0

Version: 1.0
Drafted: 19/12/06
Last Updated: 19/12/06

Date Version Author Modification


19-Dec-06 1.0 Suraya Hani

3571641.xls
Program Desciption Remarks
Backup Backing up data for DB2 and MQ To let the backup policies to run according to schedule and manually (for DB2
/bkup because the schedule is set to every Sunday)
Perform backup after HACMP Scene 1 takes
Scene 1 place. Using AIX-Test: scene1 schedule
Perform backup after HACMP Scene 2 takes
Scene 2 place. Using AIX-Test: scene2 schedule
Perform backup after HACMP Scene 3 takes
Scene 3 place. Using AIX-Test: scene3 schedule
Perform backup after HACMP Scene 4 takes
Scene 4 place. Using AIX-Test: scene4 schedule
Restore Restoring data after file deletion Files from DB2 and MQ will be deleted and restore process will be done to recover the files.

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files.

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Backup Test Script Content Page

Step Sample Test Script Set Result


Data Test Scenario Remarks Expected Result
Normal
1 Log-in to VERITAS01 Press Ctrl+Alt+Delete. Username: Able to log into VERITAS01.
veritas, password: xxxxxx
2 Perform Initial-Backup. This policy is Double-click Netbackup Admin The console can be opened.
intended to run only once before the Console.
system goes into production.
Under Netbackup Management, The policy is activated. Right-click the
expand Policies link. Right-click policy again to see the Activate
Policy: Initial-Backup and select option is greyed-out/dimmed.
Activate.
Right-click Policy: Initial-Backup On the Activity Monitor, the Initial-
and select Manual Backup. Click OK Backup policy is Active/running
to confirm the schedule: Initial- (green icon). The backup will
Backup and client:<client name> complete with a blue icon.

3 Perform manual DB2 Backup because Right-click Policy: DB2-Backup and The policy is activated. Right-click the
the policy is scheduled to run on select Activate. policy again to see the Activate
Sundays only. option is greyed-out/dimmed.
Right-click Policy: DB2-Backup and On the Activity Monitor, the DB2-
select Manual Backup. Click OK to Backup policy is Active/running. The
confirm the schedule: Weekly Backup backup will complete with a blue
and client: <client name>. icon.

4 Perform DB2 Log Backup Right-click Policy: DB2-Backup-Log The policy is activated. Right-click the
and select Activate. policy again to see the Activate
option is greyed-out/dimmed.

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This is an hourly backup. At every start of the hour, on the
Activity Monitor, the DB2-Backup-
Log policy will be Active/running. The
backup will complete with a blue
icon. The start time at the Activity
Monitor will show the time backup
starts.
5 Perform MQ Log Backup Right-click Policy: MQLog and The policy is activated. Right-click the
select Activate. policy again to see the Activate
option is greyed-out/dimmed.
This ia a daily backup. At the Activity Monitor, Policy: MqLog
completes with blue icon. Policy
starts daily at midnight which can be
viewed from the Jobs tab on the
Activity Monitor. View under the
Start Time column.

Tested and confirmed: Tested and confirmed:


On behalf of <company> On behalf of <customer>

______________________________ ______________________________
Name: Name:
Designation: Designation:
Date: Date:

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Scenario 1: Content Page

Step Sample Test Script Set Result


Data Test Scenario Remarks Expected Result
Normal
1 Log-in to VERITAS01 using veritas Press Ctrl+Alt+Delete. Username: Able to log into VERITAS01.
account. veritas, password: xxxxxx
2 Perform backup using AIX_Test policy. Right-click policy AIX_Test and select
This is to test backup can still be Manual Backup - scene1. Click OK
performed after system failover. twice.
View the backup process from the Job State is Active.
Activity Monitor.
Double-click the backup job to see Backup completed successfully.
details.

Tested and confirmed: Tested and confirmed:


On behalf of <company> On behalf of <customer>

______________________________ ______________________________
Name: Name:
Designation: Designation:
Date: Date:

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Scenario 2: Content Page

Step Sample Test Script Set Result


Data Test Scenario Remarks Expected Result
Normal
1 Log-in to VERITAS01 using veritas Press Ctrl+Alt+Delete. Username: Able to log into VERITAS01.
account. veritas, password: xxxxxx
2 Perform backup using AIX_Test policy. Right-click policy AIX_Test and select
This is to test backup can still be Manual Backup - scene2. Click OK
performed after system failover. twice.
View the backup process from the Job State is Active.
Activity Monitor.
Double-click the backup job to see Backup completed successfully.
details.

Tested and confirmed: Tested and confirmed:


On behalf of <company> On behalf of <customer>

______________________________ ______________________________
Name: Name:
Designation: Designation:
Date: Date:

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Scenario 3: Content Page

Step Sample Test Script Set Result


Data Test Scenario Remarks Expected Result
Normal
1 Log-in to VERITAS01 using veritas Press Ctrl+Alt+Delete. Username: Able to log into VERITAS01.
account. veritas, password: xxxxxx
2 Perform backup using AIX_Test policy. Right-click policy AIX_Test and select
This is to test backup can still be Manual Backup - scene3. Click OK
performed after system failover. twice.
View the backup process from the Job State is Active.
Activity Monitor.
Double-click the backup job to see Backup completed successfully.
details.

Tested and confirmed: Tested and confirmed:


On behalf of <company> On behalf of <customer>

______________________________ ______________________________
Name: Name:
Designation: Designation:
Date: Date:

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Scenario 4: Content Page

Step Sample Test Script Set Result


Data Test Scenario Remarks Expected Result
Normal
1 Log-in to VERITAS01 using veritas Press Ctrl+Alt+Delete. Username: Able to log into VERITAS01.
account. veritas, password: xxxxxx
2 Perform backup using AIX_Test policy. Right-click policy AIX_Test and
This is to test backup can still be select Manual Backup - scene4.
performed after system failover. Click OK twice.
View the backup process from the Job State is Active.
Activity Monitor.
Double-click the backup job to see Backup completed successfully.
details.

Tested and confirmed: Tested and confirmed:


On behalf of <company> On behalf of <customer>

______________________________ ______________________________
Name: Name:
Designation: Designation:
Date: Date:

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Restore Test Script Content Page

Step Sample Test Script Set Result


Data Test Scenario Remarks Expected Result
Normal
1 Data to be deleted: Deleted DB2 data to be restored to At VERITAS01, click icon Backup,
/home//fmsdb/bkup/ original location. Data will be Archive and Restore at the
DB32.0.32.NODE0000.CATN0000.200 deleted by DB2 Implementor. Netbackup Admin Console. The
61129145042.001 Backup, Archive and Restore
console will appear.
Click Select for Restore. Right-
click on the Netbackup History
panel and de-select Show
Netbackup History as a
Timeline.
Click Time Backed Up column
header to get the latest dates on
top. Under the Policy Name
column, select DB2-Backup with
the latest Time Backed Up.

At the All Folders panel, expand Only the selected files are ticked.
/home//fmsdb/bkup. Tick the
deleted files.
Click icon Start Restore of Restore Marked Files window
Marked Files on the far left-side will open.
panel.
Select Restore everything to its Netbackup Message window
original location (if not already appears.
selected). Click Start Restore.
Click Yes to view progress of At View Status window, Operation
restore. Status for the Restore Operation
Type is In Progress. Wait until
Operation Status is Successful.
Progress completes with
Status=the requested
operation was successfully
completed.
Click Close to close View Status Browse to data path. Deleted data
window. available at original path

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2 Data to be deleted: Deleted DB2 transaction data to be Under the Policy Name column,
/db2log/archivelog//DB/NODE0000/C0 restored to original location. Data select DB2-Backup-Log with the
000000/S0000350.LOG will be deleted by DB2 latest Time Backed Up.
Implementor.
At the All Folders panel, expand Only the selected files are ticked.
/db2log/archivelog. Tick the
deleted files.
Click icon Start Restore of Restore Marked Files window
Marked Files. will open.
Select Restore everything to its Netbackup Message window
original location (if not already appears.
selected). (If existing file still
exists, select Overwrite the
existing file. ) Click Start
Restore.
Click Yes to view progress of At View Status window, Operation
restore. Status for the Restore Operation
Type is In Progress. Wait until
Operation Status is Successful.
Progress completes with
Status=the requested
operation was successfully
completed.
Click Close to close View Status Browse to data path. Deleted data
window. available at original path
3 Data to be deleted inside Deleted MQ log data to be restored Under the Policy Name column,
/mqlog/QM/active/: to original location. Data will be select MQLog with the latest Time
- S0000000.LOG deleted by MQ Implementor. Backed Up.
- S0000001.LOG
- S0000002.LOG
At the All Folders panel, select Only the selected files are ticked.
/mqlog folder. Tick the deleted
files.
Click icon Start Restore of Restore Marked Files window
Marked Files. will open.
Select Restore everything to its Netbackup Message window
original location (if not already appears.
selected). (If existing file still
exists, select Overwrite the
existing file. ) Click Start
Restore.

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Click Yes to view progress of At View Status window, Operation
restore. Status for the Restore Operation
Type is In Progress. Wait until
Operation Status is Successful.
Progress completes with
Status=the requested
operation was successfully
completed.
Click Close to close View Status Browse to data path. Deleted data
window. available at original path

Tested and confirmed: Tested and confirmed:


On behalf of <company> On behalf of <customer>

______________________________ ______________________________
Name: Name:
Designation: Designation:
Date: Date:

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