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Metalogix Backup for SharePoint 6.10 - User Guide

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Viewing the summary for farm backups

When you select the SharePoint 2010, 2013, 2016 or 2019 farms group in the Farm Backup/Restore pane, Metalogix Backup for SharePoint displays the Farm Backup/Restore Summary page for multiple farms. The Summary pane includes information about the farm that you have added to the Management Console. The information includes the following:

·Activity for the last 7 days

·Storage status

·Unprotected components

In addition, the Summary page lets you perform common tasks. You can do the following in the Summary page:

·Starting a full farm backup

·Scheduling a full or differential farm backup

·Restore farm components or restore an object

You can also click a farm name for more information about the farm or click a backup location for additional information about the backup location.

How do I view the farm status?

You can view the status pane for any SharePoint 2010, 2013, 2016 or 2019 farms from the Overview tab of the Farm Backup/Restore workspace.

To open the status pane for a SharePoint 2010, 2013, 2016 and 2019 farm

1.In the Management Console, in the left pane, click Farm Backup/Restore.
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2.In the Farm Backup/Restore pane, click a farm from SharePoint 2010, 2013, 2016 or 2019 farms.

3.Review the information in the Summary pane for the farm.
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How do I make more disk space available for backup sets?

To make additional disk space available, you can archive older backup sets. If necessary, you can import the archived backup sets and restore objects from the archived set. For more information about archiving or importing backup sets, see Archiving backup sets or Importing backup sets.
 

Viewing the status of farm backup and restore operations

The Overview tab of the farm backup/restore view lets you review the status of your farm backups and restore operations. By default, the tab includes a list of the backup and restore operations in the most recent seven days. You can see the name of the backup set, the type of operation, the operation progress, and other information.

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The Operation Queue tab of the Farm Backup/Restore view lets you review upcoming operations. You can see the name of the backup set, the type of operation, the operation progress, and other information. You can also see the details of any operation that you select in the Overview tab.
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What actions can I perform in the Overview tab?

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You perform the following actions in the Overview tab:

Details - You can view or hide the Operation Details pane by clicking Details. The Operation Details pane includes additional information about the selected operation.

Group operations - You can choose to group operations in the status field by clicking Group Operations. When you group operations, differential backups are attached to the related full backups.

Refresh - You can manually refresh the operation status field by selecting Refresh.

Restore - When you select a backup operation in the status area, you can click Restore to restore the backed-up data.

Rerun Backup - When you select a backup operation in the status area, you can click Rerun Backup to run the backup operation again.

Cancel operation - When you select a running operation, you can click Cancel Operation to stop the operation.

Delete operation - When you select an operation, you can click Delete Operation to delete the operation from the status list.

Filter data in the status field - You can select or clear the check boxes in the Filter area, or provide a date range, in order to control the items that appear in the status field.

What information does the Operation Details pane include?

The details pane in the Overview tab displays the following information:

Summary

A summary of the operation is listed that includes the Operation Type, Status, Backup Set name, Backup Location, the User who initiated the operation, and the Description if entered.
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If you use a supported third party backup server like the Hitachi Content Platform (HCP) the Backup Location will indicate the full path or the URI of the backup server location.

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For more information about adding third party backup server locations, see Defining the Backup Service preferences.

Server operations

Information about the backup on a per-server basis, including the server name, the progress, the average throughput, the original and compressed data sizes, the compression ratio, and the start time and the duration of the operation. The backup set size on the disk may differ from the size of the backed-up data because the backup set includes information created by Metalogix Backup for SharePoint about the Backup Set itself.
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Backup content

The farm components included in the selected operation.
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Result text

The results of the selected operation.
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How do I filter the contents of the status field?

You can use the check boxes and the date range drop-down in the Filter area of the ribbon in the Overview tab to control what appears in the Backup/Restore Operation Status field.
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To filter the contents of the status list

1.Select the check boxes for items that you want to show in the Backup/Restore Operation Status list. Clear the check boxes for items that you want to hide.

2.Click Date Range to specify a range for the items in the Backup/Restore Operation Status field. The default is the last 7 days.

What actions can I perform in the Operations Queue tab?

You perform the following actions in the Operation Queue tab:

Details - You can view or hide the Operation Details pane by clicking Details. The Operation Details pane includes additional information about the selected operation.

Refresh - You can manually refresh the operation status field by selecting Refresh.

Cancel operation - When you select a queued operation, you can click Cancel Operation to stop the operation.

 

Viewing farm backup alerts

The Alerts tab of the Farm Backup/Restore view in the Management Console lets you view, delete, and configure the related alerts.

How do I view the farm backup alerts?

Use the Alerts tab in the Farm Backup/Restore view to view the existing farm backup alerts.

To view alerts

1.Open the Management Console.

2.From the Management Console workspace selector click either Farm backup/Restore or Granular Restore.

3.Select the farm for which you want to set alerts.

4.From the Alerts tab, click Refresh to get the latest set of alerts.

How do I go to the operation that triggered an alert?

You can navigate from the Alerts view see the operation that triggered the alert in the Overview tab.

To go to the operation that triggered an alert

1.In the Alerts view, click any alert to select it.

2.From the ribbon of the Alerts tab, click Go to Operation.

About Full and Differential Backup

The Backup tab of the Farm Backup/Restore view in the Management Console lets you create full and differential backups. You can also schedule backups using this view.

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What is the difference between a full backup and a differential backup?

A full backup includes current versions of every item in the scope of the backup and is a complete representation of the state of the backed-up components at the time of the backup. Every item in the scope of the backup is copied during every backup.

A differential backup compares the state of the backed-up content in a specified full backup to the actual content in the SharePoint farm. Metalogix Backup for SharePoint then copies only the changed items into the backup set. You must have both the differential backup and the associated full backup to restore content from the backup.

A differential backup must be a part of a backup schedule. A differential backup will be performed across content databases, the admin database, and the configuration databases only. If any web front end components or service application databases were selected, they will be protected during the scheduled full backups.

For certain component types, the entire component is always backed-up in both full and differential backups. For example, if you include the SharePoint registry in a farm component backup, the entire registry is included in every backup.

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NOTE:

Both full and differential backups that include SharePoint databases include the entire SQL Transaction log for the databases. Metalogix Backup for SharePoint does not truncate the log. You must manage the transaction log size in another tool. If you do not manage the log size, it continues to grow in your backup sets.

You can include only one farm component in a single scheduled farm backup. The scheduled farm backup can be a full backup or a paired full backup and differential backup. You can also include the same component in one or more on-demand full backups.

If a component is part of a scheduled backup, and a user includes the component in an on-demand backup, the next scheduled backup must be a full backup even if a differential backup is scheduled.

Only a full backup can be an on-demand backup. When you add the component to the on-demand backup, the Management Console warns you that adding the component alters the scheduled backup and asks you to confirm the change. When you restore a component that is part of a scheduled backup, the next scheduled backup is always a full backup.

 

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