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

Backing up data through a terminal session

Backing up SAP Backint database information is performed through a terminal session; it is not performed using the NetVault Backup WebUI.

Start the Plug‑in for SAP on Oracle by running the “backint” binary file on each machine on which the plug-in is installed.
This file is located in the following directory, where “…” represents the path to the installation of NetVault Backup:
Issue individual commands from a terminal session: This method provides the most control, as individual commands are issued for each step of the backup process. Use this type of backup to perform immediate backups of specified data.
Generate a script file: Create a script file that contains the applicable commands for a complete backup procedure, and then run the script as required. This method works well for scheduling backups to occur later or for multiple backups that require the same series of commands.

This document does not provide instructions on how to generate a backup script file. Quest recommends that you only use generated-script backups if you have experience in generating scripts for the environment that you are using.

For more information, see the Quest NetVault Backup Administrator’s Guide.

Backing up data from a different OS

As noted earlier, if a targeted client is running an OS different from the machine administering the targeted backup device, the tape format must match what is supported for the client system’s OS.

Because backups are conducted through commands issued from a terminal session, you must create a Target Set that calls the Media Group that you created and then save the Target Set on the NetVault Backup Server. When you run a backup, you call this Target Set.

In the Navigation pane, click Create Backup Job.
You can also start the wizard from the Guided Configuration link. In the Navigation pane, click Guided Configuration. On the NetVault Configuration Wizard page, click Create backup jobs.
Next to the Target Storage list, click Create New.
On the NetVault Backup Wizard - Create Target Set page, click Media Options, and select the applicable options:
MID: If a piece of media existed in the target device that met the tape-format requirement or if you are using a standalone tape device, select this option. After selecting this option, select the required piece of media based on its Media Label.
Group Label: If a Group Label was established, select this option, and then select the group that you created.
Click Set, and then click Save.
In the Create New Set dialog box, enter a name for the set, and click Save.

Offloading backups to secondary media

The plug-in sends the backup’s saveset ID to BRBACKUP to identify the saveset that contains the backed-up set of files. Although you can use data copy and duplicate features to send the saveset to secondary media, do not delete the original saveset because of the corresponding ID assigned to it. The copy sent to the secondary media has a new saveset ID, which means that BRTOOLS cannot recognize it if you have to perform a restore.

Restoring data

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