Implementing Backup and Recovery: The Readiness Guide for by David B Little

By David B Little

* deals the 1st entire reference with regards to backup structures for either UNIX and home windows NT * presents a whole instructional at the basic subject of information backup platforms in addition to an in depth, step by step advisor for making plans and entire implementation of backup structures * Authors contain own assistance and strategic and tactical recommendation won from many corporation implementations * makes use of VERITAS NetBackup product to demonstrate backup approach features

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If the system is Chapter 5 - General Discussion on Configuration also a media server, the system resource requirements are higher. With NetBackup, it is not Chapter 6 - Monitoring the Backup Process uncommon to share a tape library among multiple media servers. In many of these cases, the robotic Chapter 7 - Evaluating Other Backup-Related Features and Options control is handled by the master, while media servers share the tape drives, either directly connected Chapter 8 - General Troubleshooting Tips or truly shared in a storage area network (SAN).

We will use this product, which we This guide takes readers through the necessary steps of refer to as just NetBackup, in our explanations and examples of setting up a backup domain. We start deploying services by showing how to address the with an introduction to NetBackup, including explanation of existing the unique architecture of the product, architecture, limitations, and an capabilities of the and then we define the terms that it uses. 5, but we will network infrastructure. mention when there is a significant difference with older releases.

The restriction here will be the SCSI Appendix B - Glossary cable length restrictions from the media servers to the libraries. Appendix C - Tuning Your Backup and Recovery Application Appendix D - Disaster Recovery Planning Kit—From End to Beginning Speed of Networks Appendix E - Business Impact Analysis Planning Kit—The Storm Before the Calm Appendix F - Performance Test Tech Note If a significant amount of data resides on clients on a slow network, you should consider either installing a high-speed backup network or, if there is enough data, making one of these clients a media Index server.

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