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vRanger 7.8 - Integration Guide for Quest QoreStor

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Confirm integration requirements: Before starting the integration, confirm that you are using supported versions of vRanger and QoreStor. For more information, see Product requirements for integration.
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Install and configure QoreStor: To install QoreStor and integrate with vRanger, perform the following operations:
Install the QoreStor software: Download and install the QoreStor software onto a designated, properly configured server.
Create a storage container: Containers function like a shared file system, which can be assigned a connection type of None (to be defined later), NFS/CIFS, or RDA (includes Rapid Data Storage [RDS] clients). Containers can then be accessed using Network File System (NFS), Common Internet File System (CIFS), or RDA.
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Install vRanger: Using the vRanger installer, install vRanger on a machine meeting the vRanger system requirements. For a high-level overview of the vRanger installation process, see Installing vRanger. For more information, see the Quest vRanger Installation/Upgrade Guide.
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Create a Quest RDA repository: After vRanger is installed, add the QoreStor server to vRanger as a Quest RDA repository. Any backup written to this repository is deduplicated according to your QoreStor configuration.

vRanger integration quick start for Quest® QoreStor™

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Getting started

1
Confirm integration requirements: Before starting the integration, confirm that you are using supported versions of vRanger and QoreStor. For more information, see Product requirements for integration.
2
Install and configure QoreStor: To install QoreStor and integrate with vRanger, perform the following operations:
Install the QoreStor software: Download and install the QoreStor software onto a designated, properly configured server.
Create a storage container: Containers function like a shared file system, which can be assigned a connection type of None (to be defined later), NFS/CIFS, or RDA (includes Rapid Data Storage [RDS] clients). Containers can then be accessed using Network File System (NFS), Common Internet File System (CIFS), or RDA.
3
Install vRanger: Using the vRanger installer, install vRanger on a machine meeting the vRanger system requirements. For a high-level overview of the vRanger installation process, see Installing vRanger. For more information, see the Quest vRanger Installation/Upgrade Guide.
4
Create a Quest RDA repository: After vRanger is installed, add the QoreStor server to vRanger as a Quest RDA repository. Any backup written to this repository is deduplicated according to your QoreStor configuration.

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