This chapter describes two backup / recovery tools : the one that SGI provides for the IRIX operating system and the IRIX version of the homegrown procedure introduced in Chapter 7 . This chapter was written by Blayne Puklich of ...
Author: W. Curtis Preston
Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
Providing an overview of all facets of UNIX backup and recovery, this text offers practical solutions for environments of all sizes and budgets, explaining everything from freely-available backup systems to large-scale commercial utilities.
Various components make up the restore. These include the rollforward set, restore sequences, and backup recovery. Rollforward set The rollforward set consists of all the data that is to be restored, regardless of whether the data is ...
Author: W. Curtis Preston
Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
Packed with practical, freely available backup and recovery solutions for Unix, Linux, Windows, and Mac OS X systems -- as well as various databases -- this new guide is a complete overhaul of Unix Backup & Recovery by the same author, now revised and expanded with over 75% new material. Backup & Recovery starts with a complete overview of backup philosophy and design, including the basic backup utilities of tar, dump, cpio, ntbackup, ditto, and rsync. It then explains several open source backup products that automate backups using those utilities, including AMANDA, Bacula, BackupPC, rdiff-backup, and rsnapshot. Backup & Recovery then explains how to perform bare metal recovery of AIX, HP-UX, Linux, Mac OS, Solaris, VMWare, & Windows systems using freely-available utilities. The book also provides overviews of the current state of the commercial backup software and hardware market, including overviews of CDP, Data De-duplication, D2D2T, and VTL technology. Finally, it covers how to automate the backups of DB2, Exchange, MySQL, Oracle, PostgreSQL, SQL-Server, and Sybase databases - without purchasing a commercial backup product to do so. For environments of all sizes and budgets, this unique book shows you how to ensure data protection without resorting to expensive commercial solutions. You will soon learn to: Automate the backup of popular databases without a commercial utility Perform bare metal recovery of any popular open systems platform, including your PC or laptop Utilize valuable but often unknown open source backup products Understand the state of commercial backup software, including explanations of CDP and data de-duplication software Access the current state of backup hardware, including Virtual Tape Libraries (VTLs)
Inexpensive Backup Solutions for Open Systems W. Curtis Preston. row, 426 RPO (recovery point objective), 208 rsh utility, mksysb, performing to remote device, 369 rsnapshot utility, 191 community, 195 platform support, 192 setting up, ...
Author: Curtis Preston
Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
Packed with practical, affordable backup and recovery solutions for UNIX, Linux, Windows, and the Mac OS X system--as well as various databases--this new guide is a complete overhaul of the author's strong-selling "UNIX Backup & Recovery," now revised and expanded with over 40 percent new material.
A tool such as this provides near instantaneous recovery of single files or an entire volume back to a known-good-point in time. Coupled with their Zero-Impact Backup Enabler, which allows third-party backup software from BakBone and ...
7.3.21 Update Incorrect Instructions Although we have briefly touched on the subject of updating instructions, it warrants a mention of its own that procedures and documentation should remain relevant at all times in a backup/recovery ...
Author: Preston de Guise
Publisher: CRC Press
Category: Business & Economics
The success of information backup systems does not rest on IT administrators alone. Rather, a well-designed backup system comes about only when several key factors coalesce—business involvement, IT acceptance, best practice designs, enterprise software, and reliable hardware. Enterprise Systems Backup and Recovery: A Corporate Insurance Policy provides organizations with a comprehensive understanding of the principles and features involved in effective enterprise backups. Instead of focusing on any individual backup product, this book recommends corporate procedures and policies that need to be established for comprehensive data protection. It provides relevant information to any organization, regardless of which operating systems or applications are deployed, what backup system is in place, or what planning has been done for business continuity. It explains how backup must be included in every phase of system planning, development, operation, and maintenance. It also provides techniques for analyzing and improving current backup system performance. After reviewing the concepts in this book, organizations will be able to answer these questions with respect to their enterprise: What features and functionality should be expected in a backup environment? What terminology and concepts are unique to backup software, and what can be related to other areas? How can a backup system be monitored successfully? How can the performance of a backup system be improved? What features are just "window dressing" and should be ignored, as opposed to those features that are relevant? Backup and recovery systems touch on just about every system in an organization. Properly implemented, they can provide an enterprise with greater assurance that its information is safe. By utilizing the information in this book, organizations can take a greater step toward improving the security of their data and preventing the devastating loss of data and business revenue that can occur with poorly constructed or inefficient systems.
11.15 Raw Device backup and recovery by RMAN This chapter shows 2 scinarios for backup and recovery by using RMAN under the database environment operated bytheraw device. 24Copyright (c) 1982, 2010, Oracle. All rights reserved.
Author: James Seo
Publisher: Slowthinking Co., Ltd.
“The developer who has failed in design can be forgiven, but the administrator who has failed in backup and recovery cannot be forgiven.” Just as the above indicates, backup and recovery requires a lot of experiences and knowledge along with discretion. However, it would be too risky to learn the backup and recovery by practicing it, because a simple failure in the backup and recovery will generate tremendous loss. That is why you have to study how to respond and keep a good book at hand so that you can get help from the book whenever you want. In this sense, I can guarantee that this book will serve as a strong anchor when you are in trouble. One of the characteristics of the book is that it presents various types of errors and failures you may encounter at the field. It analyzes error and failure causes from the different perspectives, and explains how to actually do the recovery, particularly focusing on the practical work. It also contains many case-by-case scenarios that are easy to find, so you can get the solutions you need without any difficulty. For example, when you start up the Oracle you may face “ORA-00205: error in identifying control file, check alert log for more info” message and see the Oracle server doesn’t start. In this case, you can refer to the case 1 in the chapter 5 to immediately know the solution. If you drop a table by mistake, you may refer to the chapter 9 in order to recover the table without stopping the server. If you want to respond to the errors and failures that happen in a RAC environment, you can go to the chapter 12 and refer to the cases of various error types. Simply speaking, this book classifies all the errors and failures based on their types, and explains their causes and the responses to them. Sometimes you may successfully do the recovery, not knowing how the recovery is done. This is because you simply memorize how to respond. If you understand the principles of the recovery, going beyond simple memorization, you can always respond to a more complex and difficult situation. Understanding the principles will help you put your knowledge to practical use. Various examples and easy explanations on the principles of the book will surely enhance your ability to apply your knowledge. Make sure you keep this book in order to become the professional engineer who never fails in backup and recovery! 1. Oracle Recovery Principles 2. No Archive Log Mode and Archive Log Mode 3. Oracle Backup 4. Parameter File Management and Recovery 5. Control File Recovery 6. Log Miner Use and Redo Log File Error 7. Data File Error and User Error Recovery 8. Data Migration 9. Emergency Recovery in DB Open 10. Flashback 11. Recovery Manager (RMAN) 12. RAC Backup and Recovery (Raw device) 13. Block Corruption Recovery
5.3.6 Snapshot backup recovery by using IBM Spectrum Copy Data Management with log recovery from IBM Spectrum Protect For this scenario, consider the backup context of the S08 database, as shown in Figure 5-41, where a snapshot backup ...
Author: Dino Quintero
Publisher: IBM Redbooks
This IBM® Redpaper Redbooks publication provides guidance about a backup and recovery solution for SAP High-performance Analytic Appliance (HANA) running on IBM Power Systems. This publication provides case studies and how-to procedures that show backup and recovery scenarios. This publication provides information about how to protect data in an SAP HANA environment by using IBM Spectrum® Protect and IBM Spectrum Copy Data Manager. This publication focuses on the data protection solution, which is described through several scenarios. The information in this publication is distributed on an as-is basis without any warranty that is either expressed or implied. Support assistance for the use of this material is limited to situations where IBM Spectrum Scale or IBM Spectrum Protect are supported and entitled, and where the issues are specific to a blueprint implementation. The goal of the publication is to describe the best aspects and options for backup, snapshots, and restore of SAP HANA Multitenant Database Container (MDC) single and multi-tenant installations on IBM Power Systems by using theoretical knowledge, hands-on exercises, and documenting the findings through sample scenarios. This document provides resources about the following processes: Describing how to determine the best option, including SAP Landscape aspects to back up, snapshot, and restore of SAP HANA MDC single and multi-tenant installations based on IBM Spectrum Computing Suite, Red Hat Linux Relax and Recover (ReAR), and other products. Documenting key aspects, such as recovery time objective (RTO) and recovery point objective (RPO), backup impact (load, duration, scheduling), quantitative savings (for example, data deduplication), integration and catalog currency, and tips and tricks that are not covered in the product documentation. Using IBM Cloud® Object Storage and documenting how to use IBM Spectrum Protect to back up to the cloud. SAP HANA 2.0 SPS 05 has this feature that is built in natively. IBM Spectrum Protect for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) has this feature too. Documenting Linux ReaR to cover operating system (OS) backup because ReAR is used by most backup products, such as IBM Spectrum Protect and Symantec Endpoint Protection (SEP) to back up OSs. This publication targets technical readers including IT specialists, systems architects, brand specialists, sales teams, and anyone looking for a guide about how to implement the best options for SAP HANA backup and recovery on IBM Power Systems. Moreover, this publication provides documentation to transfer the how-to-skills to the technical teams and solution guidance to the sales team. This publication complements the documentation that is available at IBM Knowledge Center, and it aligns with the educational materials that are provided by IBM GarageTM for Systems Technical Education and Training.
Author: Francisco Munoz AlvarezPublish On: 2013-09-24
NBC about / Using RMAN compression for backups need backup option / Using the REPORT command Netbackup / WhyRMAN? networkbased recovery / Networkbased recovery Network Configuration Assistant (NETCA) / Using the recovery catalog network ...
Author: Francisco Munoz Alvarez
Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
The book follows a tutorial-based approach, covering all the best practices for backup and recovery. The book starts by introducing readers to the world of backup and recovery, then moves on to teach them the new features offered by Oracle 12c. The book is full of useful tips and best practices that are essential for any DBA to perform backup and recovery operations in an organization.This book is designed for Oracle DBAs and system administrators. The reader will have a basic working experience of administering Oracle databases. This book is designed for Oracle DBAs and system administrators.This book will become a reference guide and will also help you to learn some new skills, and give you some new ideas you never knew about, helping you to easily find the solution to some of the most well-known problems you could encounter as DBAs.
RMAN > delete expired backup ; using channel ORA_DISK_1 using channel ORA_DISK_2 List of Backup Pieces BP Key BS Key Pc # Cp # Status Device Type Piece Name 53 53 1 1 EXPIRED DISK D : \ BACKUP \ RECOVER \ BACKUP_1VE25VC0_1_1 Do you ...
Author: Robert G. Freeman
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
Publisher's Note: Products purchased from Third Party sellers are not guaranteed by the publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product. From the exclusive publishers of Oracle Press Books, here is the only book available offering complete coverage of RMAN (Recovery Manager), Oracle’s free backup and recovery technology. An indispensable resource for new Oracle users, database administrators, and system administrators.
Before we get started with learning about the types of backup and restore methodologies available within SQL Server, we need to understand the various parts of a backup and restore, separately and conjoined, in order to really know what ...
Author: Bradley Beard
Be guided through the techniques to back up and restore databases and files in SQL Server. Multiple techniques are presented for ensuring the integrity and consistency of database backups, as well as the reliability and manageability of restoring from backups. In today’s data-driven world, the most important asset that a company has is its data. Data recovery strategies can be wide ranging; from the practically non-existent backup without verification to a very complex, distributed, and redundant system. An important objective for any database administrator is data loss prevention, and in a catastrophic data loss event, pre-defined data recovery techniques must be employed in order to get the databases back up and running efficiently and quickly. Using a tutorial method of teaching, Beginning Backup and Restore for SQL Server explores the many facets behind the principles of backing up and restoring data from your database, and then shows practical application methods for getting the work done quickly and correctly. This book is an essential guide toward discovering the correct path to protecting the data for your organization. What You'll Learn Be instructed on backup and restore techniques and principles Understand the importance of a fully implemented backup plan in SQL Server Agent Integrate backup and restore techniques into an existing environment Consider space and time requirements for backup and restore operations Master the principles for common deployment types Who This Book Is For Administrators who need to learn or refresh their knowledge of how to back up and restore SQL Server databases in various scenarios