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NetVault Backup Plug-in for Domino 4.4 - User Guide

Restoring data

Available restore and recovery types

The Plug‑in for Domino supports the following types of restore and recovery:

Full and Incremental Restore: Full Restore involves restoring one or more databases from a Full Backup. Incremental Restore involves restoring the Full Backup and the individual Incremental Backups.
Roll-Forward and Point-In-Time Recovery: Roll-Forward Recovery involves applying the Transaction Logs for a complete recovery of the database to the most recent state. This type of recovery is useful if a Domino Server is lost. Point-In-Time Recovery (PITR) involves applying the Transaction Logs to recover a database up to a specific point between the Full Backup and now. This type of recovery can be used to “roll back” invalid database updates or database corruption.
Soft and Hard Recovery: Soft Recovery involves applying the Current Logs on the Domino Server for a complete recovery of the database to the most recent state. It can be performed regardless of whether the Domino Server is offline or online. Hard Recovery involves only applying the Transaction Logs in the Incremental Backups. It can only be performed when the Domino Server is offline.

Performing a standard restore

A standard restore procedure includes the steps outlined in the following topics:

Selecting data for a restore

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On the Create Restore Job — Choose Saveset page, select Plug‑in for Domino from the Plugin Type list.
When you select a saveset, the following details are displayed in the Saveset Information area: Job ID, job title, server name, client name, plug-in name, saveset date and time, retirement setting, Incremental Backup or not, Archive or not, saveset size, and snapshot-based backup or not.
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Click Next.
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On the Create Selection Set page, select the data that you want to restore.
Initialization File: To restore “notes.ini,” select this node.
Identification Files: To restore all the “*.id” files included in the backup, such as “server.id” and “cert.id,” select this node. For a selective restore, open this node and select the individual files.
Mail Configuration File: To restore the “mail.box” file, select this node.
Mail Databases: To restore the “log.nsf” and “names.nsf” database files, select this node.
IMPORTANT: To restore the “log.nsf” database file, restore it to a different directory unless you are performing a disaster recovery and the Domino Server has not created the file yet.
Template Files: To restore all the Template Files, select this node. For a selective restore, open the parent node, and select the target files.
Server Databases: To restore all the server databases, select this node. For a selective restore, open the parent node, and select the target databases.
Users MailBox: To restore all the mailboxes, select this node. For a selective restore, open the parent node, and select the target mailboxes.
Domino Attachment and Object Service (DAOS): To restore all the items in the DAOS repository, select this node.
IMPORTANT: If you modified the “notes.ini” file to change the DAOS_LOAD and DAOS_Enable settings from 1 to 0 (DAOS_LOAD=0 and DAOS_Enable=0) to facilitate cold restores and you must restore the “notes.ini” file, restore it separately, after you have restored all other items. This sequence prevents loss of the edits that facilitate cold restores when DAOS is configured on the Domino Server.
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