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NetVault Backup 12.4 - Installation Guide

Introduction Deploying NetVault Backup Reviewing pre-installation requirements Installing NetVault Backup Reviewing post-installation requirements Upgrading NetVault Backup Licensing NetVault Backup Removing NetVault Backup Troubleshooting

Migrating NetVault Backup Server in GUI mode

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In the Language Selection dialog box, select the language for your NetVault Backup installation.
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In the License Agreement dialog box, select the I accept the agreement option if you accept all the terms.
Click Next to continue.
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In the Installation Directory dialog box, specify the installation path.
For example: On a Windows machine, if the existing NetVault Backup Hybrid installation path is C:\Program Files (x86)\Quest\NetVault Backup then during migration to Pure64 environment the default installation path is C:\Program Files\Quest\NetVault Backup.
To change the location, type the new path, and click Next. If the specified path does not exist, it is automatically created during installation. You can also click Browse, and select the target directory from the Explorer window.
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In the NetVault Backup Database Directory dialog box, specify the database directory path.
For example: On Windows machine, if the existing database path of NetVault Backup in Hybrid environment is C:\Program Files (x86)\Quest\NetVault Backup\db then during migration to Pure64 environment the default database path is C:\Program Files\Quest\NetVault Backup\db. On a Linux machine, the default path for both Hybrid and Pure 64 environments is /usr/netvault/db.
To change the location, type the new path, and click Next. If the specified path does not exist, it is automatically created during installation. You can also click Browse, and select the target directory from the Explorer window.
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In the Database Stage Directory dialog box, specify the Stage Directory path.
For example: On Windows machine, if the existing database path of NetVault Backup in Hybrid environment is C:\Program Files (x86)\Quest\NetVault Backup\db then during migration to Pure 64 environment the default database path is C:\Program Files\Quest\NetVault Backup\db. On a Linux machine, the default path for both Hybrid and Pure 64 environments is /usr/netvault/db.
To change the location, type the new path, and click Next. If the specified path does not exist, it is automatically created during installation. You can also click Browse, and select the target directory from the Explorer window.
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In the NetVault Backup Upgrade dialog box, review the migration parameters and click Next. If you want to change any migration parameter, click Back.

Jobs created using end of life plug-ins will not work.

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In the Ready to Upgrade dialog box, click Yes to begin installation.

Migrating NetVault Backup Server in unattended mode

Windows-based systems: To continue with the default parameters during upgrade
Windows-based systems: To change default parameter value during upgrade

You can specify the following parameters at the command line or in the option file.

On Windows: <Name of the installation file> --help

On Linux: ./<Name of the installation file> --help

--unattendedmodeui <interaction level>

Specifies the interaction level for the unattended installation.

The allowed values are:

none: This is the default mode for unattended installations. In this mode, the installer does not display any prompts or progress information.
minimal: In this mode, the installer does not display any prompts, but it provides the progress information through pop-up windows.
minimalWithDialogs: In this mode, the installer displays some prompts, and it provides the progress information through pop-up windows.

--optionfile <filename>

Specifies the name of the option file. Provide the full path if the file does not reside in the current directory.

--new-install-dir <new-install-dir>

Windows only. Specifies the installation path for NetVault Backup. If the path contains spaces, enclose it in quotation marks (“ ”).

The default installation path for NetVault Backup is same as your existing installation path.

For example: On Windows machine, if the existing installation path of NetVault Backup in Hybrid environment is “C:\Program Files (x86)\Quest\NetVault Backup” then during migration to Pure 64 environment the default installation path is “C:\Program Files\Quest\NetVault Backup”

--new-db-dir <new-db-dir>

Specifies the installation path for NetVault Database. This parameter can only be specified for NetVault Backup Server installations.

If the path contains spaces, enclose it in quotation marks (“ ”).

The default database directory path for NetVault Backup is same as your existing database path.

For example: On Windows machine, if the existing database path of NetVault Backup in Hybrid environment is “C:\Program Files (x86)\Quest\NetVault Backup\db” then during migration to Pure64 environment the default database path is “C:\Program Files\Quest\NetVault Backup\db”.

On a Linux machine, the default path for both Hybrid and Pure 64 environments is /usr/netvault/db.

--db-backup-dir <db-backup-dir>

Specifies the installation path for NetVault Database. This parameter can only be specified for NetVault Backup Server installations.

If the path contains spaces, enclose it in quotation marks (“ ”).

The default stage directory path for NetVault Backup is same as your existing database path.

For example: On Windows machine, if the existing database path of NetVault Backup in Hybrid environment is “C:\Program Files (x86)\Quest\NetVault Backup\db” then during migration to Pure64 environment the default database path is “C:\Program Files\Quest\NetVault Backup\db”.

If you have installed additional plug-ins, all the additional plug-ins are un-installed during the migration process. Once NetVault Backup Pure 64 is successfully installed, you need to again install additional Pure Plug-ins.

Jobs created using end of life plug-ins will not work.

Migrating NetVault Backup Server from 32-bit OS to 64-bit OS

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Move exiting Hybrid NetVault Backup Server from 32-bit OS to new 64-bit OS. For more information https://support.quest.com/netvault-backup/kb/261119/migrating-netvault-server

Upgrading licensed plug-ins

The procedures for installing and removing the licensed plug-ins are covered in the respective plug-in user's guides. The standard method for upgrading any optional plug-in is to install the latest version over the previous version of the plug-in. Any changes or additional steps required for an upgrade are described in the Release Notes for that version of the plug-in.

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