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NetVault Backup Plug-in for SAP on Oracle 11.4.5 - User Guide

Removing the plug-in

On the Manage Clients page, select the applicable client, and click Manage.
In the Installed Software table on the View Client page, select Backint, and click the Remove Plugin button ().
In the Confirm dialog box, click Remove.

Configuring the plug-in

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, click Create Backup Job, and click Create New next to the Selections list.
From the Actions list, select Configure.
Server name: Enter the name of the NetVault Backup Server in this field. This name is the NetVault Backup name for the server with device control that is used to process backups.
Job Start Timeout (secs): Specify the time, in seconds, that NetVault Backup should wait before canceling its attempts to connect to the NetVault Backup Server.
Backup directory contents: By default, if a directory name is specified instead of a file, the directory contents are not backed up. If you want the files in the specified directory included in the backup, select this check box.
IMPORTANT: Even if this option is selected, subdirectories contained in the directory specified are not backed up. To back up subdirectories, include the “-r” switch at the command line when initiating a backup.
Split backup sub-jobs by volume: To group jobs that back up files from more than one volume into volume-based subjobs, select this check box.
Use network compression: To compress data before transmitting it over a network, select this check box. When the data reaches its destination, it is decompressed.
Mass open for ‘File-online’: To open all files for backup simultaneously, select this check box. When you initiate a backup at the command line, include the “-t” switch for the “file_online” command.
Backup sub-job count: Enter the maximum number of subjobs that any given job can have. NetVault Backup sizes the subjobs equally. For example, if the data being backed up is 5 gigabytes (GB) and the Backup subjob count is 10, each subjob would be approximately 500 megabytes (MB).
IMPORTANT: This option functions only if the Split backup sub-jobs by volume option is cleared.
Maximum restore sub-jobs: Use this option to specify the maximum number of subjobs — usually running off separate media — that a restore job is allowed to use. If set to “1,” a backup spanning multiple pieces of media can only be restored from each item of media in turn.
Restore to overwrite newer files: If you must overwrite existing files that have a more recent modification date, select this check box.
Restore to create backup of existing files: To create a backup copy of an existing file with a different extension before completing a restore, select this check box.
Restore to restore original timestamps: If you want the timestamps on restored data reset to what they were when the files were backed up, select this check box.
Default Parameter File: Enter the path to the applicable SAP Backint parameter file that is used as a reference point for commands issued from a terminal session, that is, for backup and restore operations.

If a Backint command is issued from a terminal prompt using the “-p <par_file> argument, the parameter file specified as the <par_file> is used instead of the file entered in the Default Parameter File field.

Backing up data

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