Does VNB support direct storage-to-TLU backup (server free), or we have to You can perform BCV backups using Veritas NetBackup ServerFree Agent Johnsone BCV volumes on a different machine and bring the database up. Is this true. I’ve a question open on this one. Can we mount. Hey! what is bcv backup in oracle? If you take BCV copy it only copies the changed data blocks from the preceding BCV copy, this is another.
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It is not necessary or recommended to vary the target volumes back online in preparation for the next backup. Have a look at the config diagram and ensure that array snapshot software is installed on the source client and the media server.
Solved: How to configure BCV backups using Netbackup – VOX
Find the correct EMC snapshot method. Quality and Testing Security Security Research. In Clients tab you specify the source client name. If you specify a single 1 generation, when the backup job is executed the BCVs are split, but Db2 Recovery Expert does not establish another generation because only one generation can exist.
This will re-establish the one and only generation and start the mirroring process so the BCVs can be split to create the next backup. All snapshot backup are complex, it require planing and lot of test to ensure you get it right. DP autoinitialised media with some data on it. If you are planning on using a system level backup to recover a Db2 subsystem at a remote site using the Db2 Recovery Expert disaster recovery feature, you must set the Offload Options field for the system level backup to Y.
First of all, thanks a lot for your replies. Take it as it comes. Important to put Oracle dbs in backup mode before the snapshot is taken on source client.
Creating an EMC BCV backup profile
To use this profile to create another backup, you must run profile setup. We want to implement split BCV backups, but are unsure of the process.
GUI doesn’t respond after Device definition modification. Apologies, that must have confused you. Solved Go to solution. Creating system backup profiles.
I need to configure Clone BCV backups using netbackup. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches ncv you type.
IMS Recovery Expert – Creating an EMC BCV backup profile
Don’t think there is an integration between that and NetBackup At least there wasn’t when I checked a couple of years ago. Hi Marianne, We are using Netbackup media server v7. Just bakup word of advice – this kind of complex config just works better when everything is on the same NBU level We are not using Snaphots for BCV bacjup rather recovery manager will generate the scripts automatically. Accessing the backup profile list.
No need to create scripts. These scripts will be the scripts on the source client that will put the dbs in backup mode and to end backup mode.
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I have never configured BCV backups, but helped a customer implement a similar solution using HP array snapshot, backing up Oracle databases. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. Risk Mitigation and Compliance. Once this backp working, you may want to attempt Oracle agent backup Thanks a lot Marianne.
We are not using snapshots for BCV backups and these would be Off host backups on netbackup media servers. This will offload bacukp system level backup to tape so that it can be transported to the remote disaster recovery site. If multiple generations are being maintained, the next generation BCV mirror is then established.
In order to use this profile to create another backup, you must run profile setup. Can you plz suggest me short pointers to keep in mind while configuring all this setup? Hi Marianne, We are using. John, Sure you can script it yourself Hi All, I am new to this forum and have started working on netbackup recently.
As in Oracle Recovery Manager rman? The advantage of the off-the-shelf solutions is that they integrate in a much tighter way with your enterprise backup product, and are therefore easier to support.
Or something else that is called ‘recovery manager’?