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

Backing up data in C-mode

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In the Navigation pane, click Guided Configuration, and then on the NetVault Configuration Wizard page, click Create Backup Jobs.
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In Job Name, specify a name for the job.
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In the Selections list, select an existing Backup Selection Set, or complete the following steps to create a set.
a
Click Create New next to the Selections list.
b
On the NetVault Backup Selections page, open the NetVault Backup Server, and then open NDMP Client.
Back up all volumes: Select the Volumes node.
Back up individual volumes: Open the Volumes node, and select the volumes that you want to back up.
*NOTE: In NetApp ONTAP 8.x C-Mode, you cannot open the Volumes node to browse or select the contents. However, you can specify a single data path for a backup. For more information, see Backing up individual data paths in C-mode.
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In the Plugin Options list, select an existing Backup Options Set, or complete the following steps to create a set.
a
Click Create New next to the Plugin Options list.
NDMP Backup Options: For more information about these options, see NDMP Backup Options
Sub Jobs: For more information about these options, see Sub Jobs.
c
Click Save, and in the Create New Set dialog box, type a name for the set. Click Save to close the dialog box.

Backing up individual data paths in C-mode

In NetApp ONTAP 8.x C-Mode, you cannot open the Volumes node to browse or select the contents. However, you can specify a single data path for a backup.
1
In the Navigation pane, click Guided Configuration, and then on the NetVault Configuration Wizard page, click Create Backup Jobs.
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In Job Name, specify a name for the job.
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Click Create New next to the Selections list.
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On the NetVault Backup Selections page, open the NetVault Backup Server, and then open NDMP Client.
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Select the applicable filer, and in the Actions list, click Enter Backup Path.
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In the NDMP Backup Request dialog box, configure the following option:
Directory: Specify the full path to the item that you want to back up. You can include a single volume, qtree, directory, or snapshot. This option does not support individual files. If you specify a filename, backup fails.
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Set the Dump Level and the remaining backup options.
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Click OK to save the settings.

Restoring data

Restoring data using the plug-in

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When you select a saveset, the following details are displayed in the Saveset Information area: Job ID, Job Title, name of the NetVault Backup Server, name of the client from which the data was backed up, plug‑in used to create the saveset, saveset creation date and time, saveset retirement setting, whether Incremental Backup or not, whether Archive or not, and saveset size.
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On the Create Selection Set page, select the data that you want to restore:
Restore entire saveset: Select the root node.
Restore individual files and directories: Select the target files and directories in the selections tree. The selections tree can only be browsed if the Save File Information option was selected during backup.
If the backup contains a single file, the filename is added to the directory path. In the selection tree, it is displayed as /path/to/filename/filename and it is restored in that manner. The file is restored correctly if you select the directory and restore the file.
*NOTE: While restoring data from a snapshot backup, you must use the Relocate option. If you do not use this option, the restore job fails. The Relocate option allows you to relocate data to the same or a different volume. For more information about relocating data, see Renaming or relocating data.
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Click Edit Plugin Options, and configure the following settings.
Use Direct Access Restore if Possible: Select this option to perform a direct access restore if the backup was direct and the mover and data server can complete a Direct Access Restore. If these conditions are not met, a non-direct access restore is performed.
Use Direct Access Restore by Recovering Individual Files: Select this option to restore a directory and its file contents. When you use this option, empty directories in the saveset are ignored.
Only Do Direct Access Restore: Select this option to force a Direct Access Restore. It can be only used if the backup was direct and the mover and data server can complete a Direct Access Restore; otherwise the restore job fails.
Never Do Direct Access Restore: Select this option to perform a standard non-Direct Access Restore.
This option is equivalent to setting the environment variable EXTRACT=N. The plug-in overwrites the existing files and deletes the files that were not present at the time of backup.
Select this option to restore ACLs from the backed-up file. This option is equivalent to setting the environment variable EXTRACT_ACL=Y. You can use this option only if the Backup ACLs option was selected during backup.
*IMPORTANT:  
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Click OK to save the settings, and then click Next.
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In Job Name, specify a name for the job.
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In the Target Client list, the client from which data was backed up is selected by default. Do not change this setting.
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Click Submit to submit the job for scheduling.
You can monitor the job progress from the Job Status page and view the logs from the View Logs page. For more information about these functions, see the Dell NetVault Backup Administrator’s Guide.
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