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NetVault Plug-in for Sybase 3.2 - User Guide

Configuration prerequisites

With the plug-in installed and before configuring the database environment through the NetVault Backup WebUI, ensure that the Sybase Server is up and running. Also verify that the Sybase administrator password is usable, not blank.

Checking the status of the Sybase Server

After issuing the showserver command, note whether the “-s” argument for the data server is displayed at the beginning of the argument; for example, “r -srlgsw14…”, as shown in the last line of the example.
If the “-s” argument is displayed, the Sybase Server is ready for use with the Plug‑in for Sybase.
If the “-s” argument for the data server does not appear at the beginning of the argument, NetVault Backup cannot look up the server name. In this case, perform the following steps:
Locate the “RUN_<server name> file, for example, RUN_rlgsw14, as shown in the following example, at:
Edit the content of the “RUN_<serverName> file so that NetVault Backup can successfully locate the database server name from the [dataserver] command by adding the “-s” argument.
By doing so, the command outputs the “-s” argument information first.
-srlgsw14 <----------- Note: This line was added here.

Setting the administrator's password

The Sybase administrator’s password must not be set to a null value, that is, an actual value must exist. In the following example, syntax is used to create a password for the “sa” account, which currently has no password it is set to the null value. The password is changed to “NetVault”. You can select any password, that is, the password does not have to be “NetVault.”

The sp_password command is followed by the existing password, followed by the new password (NetVault), and finally the user.

Configuring default settings

The plug-in lets you set default options for backup and restore jobs. You can override these options on a per-job basis.

In the Navigation pane of the NetVault Backup WebUI on the NetVault Backup Server, click Create Backup Job, and click Create New next to the Selections list.
From the Actions list, select Configure.
On the Configure dialog box, complete the applicable fields:
Sybase Installation Directory: In this field, input the exact path to the local installation of the Sybase Server software.
Sybase SYBASE_OCS: Enter the name of the subdirectory in the Sybase installation directory that contains the Sybase library files, for example, files such as “libinsck” and “libtli.” For Sybase 15.0 or 15.5, enter OCS-15_0.
Sybase SYBASE_ASE: Enter the name of the subdirectory in the Sybase installation directory that contains the scripts used to run the Sybase service. For Sybase 15.0 or 15.5, enter ASE-15_0.
Default Account Name: Enter the appropriate account name in this field. Obtain this information from your Sybase DBA.
Sybase Severity to become a NetVault Error Message: Set the severity level in this box to filter Sybase error messages. The higher the value, the more likely that NetVault Backup records these items in the logs. For example, if the severity level is a 9, any Sybase errors with a severity level of 10 or higher would not be displayed.
Sybase Timeout uses by the Client Library APIs: Set the Sybase timeout period, in milliseconds in this box. The Client Library APIs will time out after the interval specified here.
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