This topic describes tasks and commands for configuring the EMC® Data Domain® system.
An EMC® Data Domain® Boost (DD Boost™) user is an EMC® Data Domain® user. Before setting the DD Boost user access, the username and password must have already been set up on the Data Domain system. vRanger uses the DD Boost user account to connect to the DD Boost repository.When DD Boost is enabled, a Data Domain OS administrative user can set or change to another DD Boost user. Only one DD Boost user can operate DD Boost at a time.
1 In the DD Boost overview pane located under the Data Management tab, click Add or Modify in the DD Boost User area.The Set or Modify DD Boost User Name dialog box appears.
▪ To add a user, click the User Name button.
a Enter the user name in the DD Boost User Name field.
▪ To switch to a user that has already been added, click the Existing User button, and select the user name from the drop-down list.
The EMC® Data Domain® system exposes pre-made disk volumes called storage units to an EMC® Data Domain® Boost (DD Boost™)-enabled backup server. Each Storage Unit is a top-level subdirectory of the /data/col1 directory; there is no hierarchy among Storage Units. When used with vRanger, a DD Boost repository is configured at the Storage Unit level, meaning each DD Boost repository in vRanger equates to exactly one Storage Unit.
The distributed segment processing option is configured on the EMC® Data Domain® system and applies to all the backup servers and the EMC® Data Domain® Boost (DD Boost™) Libraries installed on them. For more information, see Distributed segment processing.
Distributed segment processing is supported with DD Boost Library version 2.2 or later communicating with a Data Domain system that is running Data Domain OS 5.2 or later.
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