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

Restoring data: an overview

In the same manner as a backup, restore operations are controlled by using commands issued from a terminal session. For more information, see Backing up data.

Viewing backed-up data in the NetVault Backup WebUI

Unlike the backup process, the restore process lets you use the NetVault Backup WebUI to view data that was backed up. Although you cannot select items and start a restore job, you can browse and examine what was included in a backup.

On the Create Restore Job — Choose Saveset page, select Backint 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.
Click Next.
On the Create Selection Set page, note the names of the database files that were included in the backup so that you can use them to perform a restore from a terminal session.

Restoring to a different target machine

The Plug‑in for SAP on Oracle lets you restore backed-up data to a different NetVault Backup Client, that is, a different SAP Backint machine.

NetVault Backup 8.6.1 or later and the Plug‑in for SAP on Oracle 5.0 (Certified for SAP) are installed: At a minimum, these versions of software must be installed on the SAP Backint Server and the intended relocation client, that is, the new target.
Partition structure and directory layout duplicated: The partition structure established as the SAP Backint specification on the original backup target must be duplicated on the new target. If you intend to restore data to a different directory structure, you can use the “-i <in_file> argument.
New target added as a NetVault Backup Client: Add the new target machine to the NetVault Backup Server as a NetVault Backup Client. For more information, see the Quest NetVault Backup Administrator’s Guide.
Use a terminal session to restore the data, and include the “Target client <target client name> argument in the restore request’s syntax.
IMPORTANT: As noted earlier, additional syntax is required along with the “-p” command to initiate a restore request successfully. For more information, see Issuing SAP Backint commands.

Issuing SAP Backint commands

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