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NetVault Backup Plug-in for NDMP 10.0.5 - Application Notes for NetApp ONTAP

Installation and configuration prerequisites

Installation prerequisites

In addition to the installation prerequisites covered in the Dell NetVault Backup Plug-in for NDMP User’s Guide, verify that the following requirements are met:
Hardware requirements: For information about NetApp filers, see the NetApp website at: www.netapp.com
Software requirements: For information about software requirements and supported filer operating systems, see the Dell NetVault Backup Compatibility Guide available at: https://support.quest.com/
Start the NDMP Daemon: To start the NDMP Daemon:

Configuration prerequisites

In addition to the configuration prerequisites covered in the Dell NetVault Backup Plug-in for NDMP User’s Guide, verify that the following requirements are met:
Review the software requirements: To use the CAB extension, you require NetVault Backup 10.0.5 or later, Plug‑in for NDMP 10.0.5 or later. and NetApp Data ONTAP 8.2.2 C-Mode or later.
For information about software requirements, see the Dell NetVault Backup Compatibility Guide available at: https://support.quest.com/
Set the NDMP Service to Storage Virtual Machine (SVM)-scoped mode on the filer: Verify that the NDMP service is set to SVM-scoped mode. In Data ONTAP 8.1 and earlier versions, you must explicitly disable the node‑scoped mode for NDMP.
Configure an NDMP service user account: In the SVM-scoped NDMP mode, you must use NDMP Service user account to access a storage system to perform tape backup and restore operations. You must also generate a password for the user account:
Add the Logical Interface (LIF) to the plug-in: To add the NDMP Client to the plug-in, use the IP address of the Logical Interface (LIF) and the NDMP service user account.
You can use the command network interface show to obtain information about LIFs. The availability of volumes and tape devices depend on the LIF type that you use.
For more information about the availability of volumes and tape devices, see the Clustered Data ONTAP Data Protection Tape Backup and Recovery Guide.
Set the NDMP Service to node-scoped mode: Verify that the NDMP service is set to node-scoped mode In a new clustered Data ONTAP 8.2 installation, NDMP is in SVM-scoped mode by default.
Configure NDMP root password on cluster nodes: In the node-scoped NDMP mode, you must use an NDMP-specific user account to access a storage system to perform tape backup and restore operations. User authentication must be configured on each node. The default user ID is root. Ensure that you change the default NDMP password associated with the root user account.
Create the LIF and add the LIF to the plug-in: To add the NDMP Client to the plug-in, use the IP address of the LIF and the NDMP root user account.
To use the NDMP root user account for accessing the filer, set a valid password for this account. Password cannot be left blank for this user account. To use a non-root user, verify that the account has necessary privileges to perform NDMP backups and restores.

Changing from NDMP node-scoped mode to NDMP SVM-scoped mode

Create the Target Sets again. For more information, see the Dell NetVault Backup Administrator’s Guide.
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