Veritas NetBackup™ Administrator's Guide, Volume I

  • Modified Date: 2017-06-23
  1. Section I. About NetBackup
    1. Introducing NetBackup interfaces
      1.  
        About NetBackup
      2.  
        NetBackup documentation
      3. About NetBackup administration interfaces
        1. About setting up the NetBackup Administration Console on UNIX
          1.  
            Setting up a CDE for the NetBackup interfaces on UNIX
        2.  
          Logging in to the NetBackup Administration Console
        3.  
          Administering remote servers of different versions
      4. Using the NetBackup Administration Console
        1.  
          About security certificates for NetBackup hosts
        2.  
          About the NetBackup Administration Console toolbar
        3.  
          About customizing the NetBackup Administration Console
        4. Configuring log files for the NetBackup Administration Console
          1.  
            NetBackup Administration Console log files
      5.  
        NetBackup configuration wizards
      6.  
        Running the Troubleshooter
    2. Administering NetBackup licenses
      1.  
        About administering NetBackup licenses
  2. Section II. Configuring hosts
    1. Configuring Host Properties
      1. About the NetBackup Host Properties
        1.  
          Methods to set the NetBackup configuration options
        2.  
          Connecting to a host to view the host properties
        3.  
          Changing the host properties on multiple hosts at the same time
        4.  
          Property states for multiple hosts
        5.  
          Exporting host properties
        6.  
          Standard host property dialog box options
      2. Access Control properties
        1.  
          Authentication Domain tab of the Access Control properties
        2.  
          Authorization Service tab of the Access Control properties
        3. Network Attributes tab of the Access Control properties
          1.  
            Add Network dialog box
      3.  
        Active Directory host properties
      4. Bandwidth properties
        1.  
          Bandwidth limit usage considerations and restrictions
        2.  
          Add Bandwidth Settings dialog box for Bandwidth properties
      5. Busy File Settings properties
        1.  
          Activating the Busy File Settings in host properties
      6.  
        Clean-up properties
      7.  
        Client Name properties
      8. Client Attributes properties
        1.  
          Add Client dialog box
        2. General tab of the Client Attributes properties
          1.  
            Offline option usage considerations and restrictions
          2.  
            Where deduplication should occur
        3.  
          Connect Options tab of the Client Attributes properties
        4.  
          Windows Open File Backup tab of the Client Attributes properties
        5.  
          Back-level and upgraded clients that use Windows Open File Backup
      9. Client Settings properties for UNIX clients
        1.  
          VxFS file change log for incremental backups property
      10. Client Settings properties for Windows clients
        1.  
          How to determine if change journal support is useful in your NetBackup environment
        2.  
          Guidelines for enabling NetBackup change journal support
      11.  
        Cloud Storage properties
      12.  
        Credential Access properties
      13. Data Classification properties
        1.  
          Creating a Data Classification
      14. Default Job Priorities properties
        1.  
          Understanding the Job Priority setting
      15.  
        Distributed application restore mapping properties
      16. Encryption properties
        1.  
          Additional encryption methods for Windows clients
      17.  
        Enterprise Vault properties
      18.  
        Enterprise Vault Hosts properties
      19. Exchange properties
        1.  
          About the Exchange credentials in the client host properties
      20. Exclude Lists properties
        1. About the Add to Exclude List and Add Exceptions to Exclude List dialog boxes
          1.  
            Adding an entry to an exclude list
          2.  
            Adding an exception to the exclude list
        2. Syntax rules for exclude lists
          1.  
            Example of a Windows client exclude list
          2.  
            Example of a UNIX exclude list
        3.  
          About creating an include list on a UNIX client
        4.  
          Configuring the exclude list on a Windows client from a UNIX master server
        5.  
          Traversing excluded directories
      21. Fibre Transport properties
        1.  
          About Linux concurrent FT connections
      22. Firewall properties
        1.  
          Enabling logging for vnetd
      23. General Server properties
        1.  
          Forcing restores to use a specific server
      24. Global Attributes properties
        1.  
          About constraints on the number of concurrent jobs
        2.  
          Setting up email notifications about backups
        3.  
          Configuring the nbmail.cmd script on Windows
        4.  
          Sending messages to the global administrator about unsuccessful backups only
        5.  
          Sending messages to the administrator about successful and unsuccessful backups
        6.  
          Installing and testing the email utility on Windows
      25. Logging properties
        1.  
          Disabling the logging of NetBackup processes
      26. Login Banner Configuration properties
        1.  
          Removing login banner screen and text
      27.  
        Lotus Notes properties
      28. Media properties
        1.  
          Results when media overwrites are not permitted
        2.  
          Recommended use for Enable SCSI reserve property
      29.  
        NDMP Global Credentials properties
      30.  
        Network properties
      31. Network Settings properties
        1. Reverse Host Name Lookup property
          1.  
            Reverse Host Name Lookup changes outside of the Administration Console
        2.  
          IP Address Family Support property
      32. Port Ranges properties
        1.  
          Registered ports and dynamically-allocated ports
      33. Preferred Network properties
        1.  
          Add or Change Preferred Network Settings dialog box
        2.  
          How NetBackup uses the directives to determine which network to use
        3.  
          Configurations to use IPv6 networks
        4.  
          Configurations to use IPv4 networks
        5.  
          Order of directive processing in the Preferred Network properties
        6.  
          Order of directives can affect processing
        7.  
          bptestnetconn utility to display Preferred Network information
        8.  
          Configuration to prohibit using a specified address
        9.  
          Configuration that uses the same specification for both the network and the interface - less constrictive
        10.  
          Configuration that uses the same specification for both the network and the interface - more constrictive
        11.  
          Configuration that limits the addresses, but allows any interfaces
      34. Resilient Network properties
        1.  
          Resilient connection resource usage
        2.  
          Specifying resilient connections
      35.  
        Resource Limit properties
      36. Restore Failover properties
        1.  
          Assigning an alternate media server as a failover restore server
      37. Retention Periods properties
        1.  
          Changing a retention period
        2.  
          Determining retention periods for volumes
        3.  
          Retention Periods with end dates beyond 2038, excluding Infinity
      38. Scalable Storage properties
        1.  
          Configuring advanced bandwidth throttling settings
        2.  
          Advanced bandwidth throttling settings
      39. Servers properties
        1.  
          Adding a server to a servers list
        2.  
          Removing a server from a server list
        3.  
          Enabling NetBackup clustered master server inter-node authentication
        4.  
          Adding a trusted master server
        5.  
          Removing a trusted master server
        6.  
          Changing the master server that performs backups and restores for a client
      40. SharePoint properties
        1.  
          Consistency check options for SharePoint Server
      41. SLP Parameters properties
        1.  
          About batch creation logic in Storage Lifecycle Manager
        2.  
          Deprecated storage lifecycle policy parameters
      42. Throttle Bandwidth properties
        1.  
          Add Bandwidth Settings dialog box for Throttle Bandwidth properties
      43.  
        Timeouts properties
      44. Universal Settings properties
        1.  
          Logging the status of a redirected restore
      45. User Account Settings properties
        1.  
          Unlocking a user account
        2.  
          Locking a NetBackup session manually
      46.  
        UNIX Client properties
      47.  
        UNIX Server properties
      48.  
        VMware Access Hosts properties
      49.  
        Windows Client properties
      50.  
        Configuration options not found in the Host Properties
      51.  
        About using commands to change the configuration options on UNIX clients and servers
      52. Configuration options for NetBackup servers
        1.  
          About robust logging
        2.  
          ALLOW_MEDIA_OVERWRITE option for NetBackup servers
        3.  
          ALLOW_NON_RESERVED_PORTS option for NetBackup servers and clients
        4.  
          AUTHENTICATION_DOMAIN option for NetBackup servers and clients
        5.  
          AUTHORIZATION_SERVICE option for NetBackup servers
        6.  
          AUTO_ADD_ALL_ALIASES_FOR_CLIENT option for NetBackup servers
        7.  
          BPBRM_VERBOSE option for NetBackup servers
        8.  
          BPCD_WHITELIST_PATH option for NetBackup servers and clients
        9.  
          BPDBJOBS_COLDEFS options for UNIX master servers
        10.  
          BPDBM_VERBOSE option for NetBackup servers
        11.  
          BPRD_VERBOSE option for NetBackup servers
        12.  
          BPTM_VERBOSE option for NetBackup servers
        13.  
          BPEND_TIMEOUT option for NetBackup servers
        14.  
          BPSTART_TIMEOUT option for NetBackup servers
        15.  
          CHECK_RESTORE_CLIENT option for NetBackup servers
        16.  
          CLIENT_CONNECT_TIMEOUT option for NetBackup servers
        17.  
          CLIENT_PORT_WINDOW option for NetBackup servers and clients
        18.  
          CLIENT_READ_TIMEOUT option for NetBackup servers
        19.  
          CLIENT_RESERVED_PORT_WINDOW option for NetBackup servers and clients
        20.  
          CONNECT_OPTIONS option for NetBackup servers and clients
        21.  
          DEFAULT_CONNECT_OPTIONS option for NetBackup servers and clients
        22.  
          DISABLE_JOB_LOGGING option for NetBackup servers
        23.  
          DISABLE_STANDALONE_DRIVE_EXTENSIONS option for NetBackup servers
        24.  
          DISALLOW_BACKUPS_SPANNING_MEDIA option for NetBackup servers
        25.  
          DISALLOW_CLIENT_LIST_RESTORE option for NetBackup servers
        26.  
          DISALLOW_CLIENT_RESTORE option for NetBackup servers
        27.  
          EAT_VERBOSE option for NetBackup clients
        28.  
          EMMSERVER option for NetBackup servers
        29.  
          ENABLE_CRITICAL_PROCESS_LOGGING for NetBackup servers and clients
        30.  
          FAILOVER_RESTORE_MEDIA_SERVERS option for NetBackup servers
        31.  
          FORCE_RESTORE_MEDIA_SERVER option for NetBackup servers
        32.  
          GENERATE_ENGLISH_LOGS option for NetBackup servers and clients
        33.  
          GET_CERT_ALL_MASTERS option for NetBackup clients
        34.  
          HOSTDB_RESYNC_INTERVAL option for NetBackup servers and clients
        35.  
          HYPERV_WMI_CREATE_DISK_TIMEOUT option for NetBackup servers
        36.  
          INCOMPLETE_JOB_CLEAN_INTERVAL option for NetBackup servers and clients
        37.  
          INITIAL_BROWSE_SEARCH_LIMIT option for NetBackup servers and clients
        38.  
          IP_ADDRESS_FAMILY option for NetBackup servers
        39.  
          JOB_PRIORITY option for NetBackup servers and clients
        40.  
          KEEP_LOGS_SIZE_GB for NetBackup servers and clients
        41.  
          LIMIT_BANDWIDTH option for NetBackup servers
        42.  
          MAX_LOGFILE_SIZE option for NetBackup servers and clients for legacy logging
        43.  
          MAX_NUM_LOGFILES option for NetBackup servers and clients for legacy logging
        44.  
          MEDIA_UNMOUNT_DELAY option for NetBackup servers
        45.  
          MEDIA_REQUEST_DELAY option for NetBackup servers
        46.  
          MEDIA_SERVER option for NetBackup servers
        47.  
          MPX_RESTORE_DELAY option for NetBackup servers
        48.  
          MUST_USE_LOCAL_DRIVE option for NetBackup servers
        49.  
          NBRNTD_IDLE_TIMEOUT option for NetBackup servers
        50.  
          PREFERRED_NETWORK option for NetBackup servers
        51.  
          RANDOM _PORTS option for NetBackup servers and clients
        52.  
          RE_READ_INTERVAL option for NetBackup servers
        53.  
          REQUIRED_NETWORK option for NetBackup servers
        54.  
          RESILIENT_NETWORK option for NetBackup master servers and clients
        55.  
          RESUME_ORIG_DUP_ON_OPT_DUP_FAIL option for NetBackup servers
        56.  
          REVERSE_NAME_LOOKUP option for NetBackup servers and clients
        57.  
          SERVER option for NetBackup servers
        58.  
          SERVER_CONNECT_TIMEOUT option for NetBackup servers
        59.  
          SERVER_PORT_WINDOW option for NetBackup servers
        60.  
          SERVER_RESERVED_PORT_WINDOW option for NetBackup servers and clients
        61.  
          SKIP_RESTORE_TO_SYMLINK_DIR option for NetBackup servers
        62.  
          TELEMETRY_UPLOAD option for NetBackup servers
        63. THROTTLE_BANDWIDTH option for NetBackup servers
          1.  
            IPv6 address rules for NetBackup clients
          2.  
            Rules for setting bandwidth values for NetBackup clients
        64.  
          TRUSTED_MASTER option for NetBackup servers
        65.  
          ULINK_ON_OVERWRITE option for NetBackup servers
        66.  
          USE_AUTHENTICATION option for NetBackup servers
        67.  
          USE_VXSS option for NetBackup servers and clients
        68.  
          VERBOSE option for NetBackup servers and clients
        69.  
          VXSS_NETWORK option for NetBackup servers
      53. Configuration options for NetBackup clients
        1.  
          BACKUP_FIFO_FILES option for NetBackup clients
        2.  
          BPARCHIVE_POLICY option for NetBackup clients
        3.  
          BPARCHIVE_SCHED option for NetBackup clients
        4.  
          BPBACKUP_POLICY option for NetBackup clients
        5.  
          BPBACKUP_SCHED option for NetBackup clients
        6.  
          BUSY_FILE_ACTION option for NetBackup clients
        7.  
          BUSY_FILE_DIRECTORY option for NetBackup clients
        8.  
          BUSY_FILE_NOTIFY_USER option for NetBackup clients
        9.  
          BUSY_FILE_PROCESSING option for NetBackup clients
        10.  
          CLIENT_NAME option for NetBackup clients
        11.  
          COMPRESS_SUFFIX option for NetBackup clients
        12.  
          CRYPT_CIPHER option for NetBackup clients
        13.  
          CRYPT_KIND option for NetBackup clients
        14.  
          CRYPT_OPTION option for NetBackup clients
        15.  
          CRYPT_STRENGTH option for NetBackup clients
        16.  
          CRYPT_LIBPATH option for NetBackup clients
        17.  
          CRYPT_KEYFILE option for NetBackup clients
        18.  
          DISALLOW_SERVER_FILE_WRITES option for NetBackup clients
        19.  
          DO_NOT_RESET_FILE_ACCESS_TIME option for NetBackup clients
        20.  
          GET_CERT_ALL_MASTERS option for NetBackup clients
        21. IGNORE_XATTR option for NetBackup clients
          1.  
            Backing up and restoring the ACLs, extended attributes, and metadata attributes for GPFS volumes
          2.  
            Support for GPFS metadata attributes: storage pools, metadata replication, and data replication
        22.  
          INFORMIX_HOME option for NetBackup clients
        23.  
          KEEP_DATABASE_COMM_FILE option for NetBackup clients
        24.  
          KEEP_LOGS_DAYS option for NetBackup clients
        25.  
          LIST_FILES_TIMEOUT option for NetBackup clients
        26.  
          LOCKED_FILE_ACTION option for NetBackup clients
        27.  
          MEDIA_SERVER option for NetBackup clients
        28.  
          MEGABYTES_OF_MEMORY option for NetBackup clients
        29.  
          NFS_ACCESS_TIMEOUT option for NetBackup clients
        30.  
          OLD_VNETD_CALLBACK option for NetBackup clients
        31.  
          REPORT_CLIENT_DISCOVERIES option for NetBackup clients
        32.  
          RESTORE_RETRIES option for NetBackup clients
        33.  
          RMAN_OUTPUT_DIR for NetBackup clients
        34.  
          SERVER option for NetBackup clients
        35.  
          SYBASE_HOME option for NetBackup clients
        36.  
          USE_CTIME_FOR_INCREMENTALS option for NetBackup clients
        37.  
          USE_FILE_CHG_LOG option for NetBackup clients
        38.  
          USEMAIL option for NetBackup clients
        39. VXSS_NETWORK option for NetBackup clients
          1.  
            UNIX client examples
    2. Configuring server groups
      1.  
        About NetBackup server groups
      2. Configuring a NetBackup server group
        1.  
          NetBackup server group properties
      3.  
        Deleting a server group
    3. Configuring host credentials
      1.  
        About configuring credentials
    4. Managing media servers
      1.  
        Activating or deactivating a media server
      2.  
        Adding a media server
      3.  
        Registering a media server
      4.  
        Deleting all devices from a media server
      5.  
        Removing a device host from the EMM database
      6. About decommissioning a media server
        1.  
          About decommissioning limitations
        2.  
          Before you decommission a media server
        3.  
          Post decommission recommendations
        4.  
          Decommission actions
      7.  
        Previewing references to a media server
      8.  
        Decommissioning a media server
  3. Section III. Configuring storage
    1. Configuring disk storage
      1.  
        About configuring BasicDisk storage
      2.  
        About configuring disk pool storage
      3.  
        Inventorying a NetBackup disk pool
      4.  
        Changing the disk pool state
    2. Configuring robots and tape drives
      1.  
        NetBackup robot types
      2.  
        About the device mapping files
      3.  
        Downloading the device mapping files
      4. About configuring robots and tape drives in NetBackup
        1.  
          About device discovery
        2.  
          About device serialization
        3.  
          About adding devices without discovery
        4. About robot control
          1.  
            Library sharing example
        5.  
          About drive name rules
      5.  
        Configuring robots and tape drives by using the wizard
      6.  
        Updating the device configuration by using the wizard
      7. Adding a robot to NetBackup manually
        1. Robot configuration options
          1.  
            Device host (robot configuration option)
          2.  
            Robot type (robot configuration option)
          3.  
            Robot number (robot configuration option)
          4.  
            Robot control (robot configuration options)
      8. Managing robots
        1.  
          Changing robot properties
        2.  
          Deleting a robot
        3.  
          Moving a robot and its media to a new media server
      9. Adding a tape drive to NetBackup manually
        1. Tape drive configuration options
          1.  
            Drive name (tape drive configuration option)
          2.  
            Use drive name rules (tape drive configuration option)
          3.  
            Host and path information (tape drive configuration options)
          4.  
            Drive information (tape drive configuration options)
      10.  
        Configuring drive name rules
      11. Adding a tape drive path
        1.  
          About SCSI reserve on drive paths
        2.  
          Drive path options
        3.  
          About no rewind device files on UNIX
      12.  
        Adding a shared tape drive to a NetBackup environment
      13. Correlating tape drives and SCSI addresses on Windows hosts
        1.  
          Windows device correlation example
      14. Correlating tape drives and device files on UNIX hosts
        1.  
          UNIX device correlation example
      15. Managing tape drives
        1.  
          Changing a drive comment
        2.  
          About downed drives
        3.  
          Changing a drive operating mode
        4.  
          Changing a tape drive path
        5.  
          Changing a drive path operating mode
        6.  
          Changing tape drive properties
        7.  
          Changing a tape drive to a shared drive
        8.  
          Cleaning a tape drive from the Device Monitor
        9.  
          Deleting a drive
        10.  
          Resetting a drive
        11.  
          Resetting the mount time of a drive
        12.  
          Setting the drive cleaning frequency
        13.  
          Viewing drive details
      16. Performing device diagnostics
        1.  
          Running a robot diagnostic test
        2.  
          Running a tape drive diagnostic test
        3.  
          Managing a diagnostic test step that requires operator intervention
        4.  
          Obtaining detailed information for a diagnostic test step
      17.  
        Verifying the device configuration
      18.  
        About automatic path correction
      19.  
        Enabling automatic path correction
      20.  
        Replacing a device
      21.  
        Updating device firmware
      22.  
        About the NetBackup Device Manager
      23.  
        About external access to NetBackup controlled devices on UNIX
      24.  
        Stopping and restarting the device manager
    3. Configuring tape media
      1.  
        About NetBackup tape volumes
      2. About NetBackup volume pools
        1.  
          About reserved volume pool name prefixes
        2.  
          About scratch volume pools
      3.  
        About NetBackup volume groups
      4.  
        NetBackup media types
      5. About WORM media
        1. About using volume pools to manage WORM media
          1.  
            About using a WORM scratch pool
        2.  
          About using unique drive and media types to manage WORM media
        3.  
          Disabling WORM volume pool name verification
        4.  
          About WORM media and the Quantum drive
        5.  
          Supported WORM drives
      6. About adding volumes
        1.  
          About adding robotic volumes
        2.  
          About adding standalone volumes
      7.  
        About configuring media name and attribute rules
      8.  
        Adding volumes by using the wizard
      9.  
        About media settings rules
      10. Configuring media settings
        1. Media settings options
          1.  
            Media which have been removed from the robot... (existing media setting)
          2.  
            Media which have been moved into or within the robot... (existing media setting)
          3.  
            Use the following Media ID prefix (new media setting)
          4.  
            Use barcode rules (new media setting)
          5. Media type (new media setting)
            1.  
              Media type when using barcode rules
            2.  
              Media type when not using barcode rules
          6.  
            Volume pool (new media setting)
      11. About barcodes
        1. About barcode rules
          1.  
            About NetBackup actions for barcodes
          2.  
            Example barcode rules
      12. Configuring barcode rules
        1.  
          Barcode rules settings
      13.  
        About media ID generation rules
      14. Configuring media ID generation rules
        1.  
          Media ID generation options
      15.  
        About media type mapping rules
      16. Adding volumes by using the Actions menu
        1.  
          Volume properties
      17. Configuring media type mappings
        1.  
          About adding media type mapping entries
        2.  
          Default and allowable media types
      18. Managing volumes
        1.  
          Changing the group of a volume
        2.  
          About rules for moving volumes between groups
        3.  
          Changing the owner of a volume
        4.  
          Changing volume properties
        5.  
          About assigning and deassigning volumes
        6.  
          Deleting a volume
        7.  
          Erasing a volume
        8. About exchanging a volume
          1.  
            Exchanging a volume and using a new media ID
          2.  
            Exchanging a volume and using the old media ID
        9. About frozen media
          1.  
            Freezing or unfreezing a volume
        10. About injecting and ejecting volumes
          1.  
            Injecting volumes into robots
          2.  
            Ejecting volumes
          3.  
            Media ejection timeout periods
        11. About rescanning and updating barcodes
          1.  
            Rescanning and updating barcodes
        12. About labeling NetBackup volumes
          1.  
            Labeling a volume
        13. About moving volumes
          1.  
            Moving volumes by using the robot inventory update option
          2.  
            Moving volumes by using the Actions menu
        14. About recycling a volume
          1.  
            Recycling a volume and using the existing media ID
          2.  
            Recycling a volume and using a new media ID
        15.  
          Suspending or unsuspending volumes
      19. Managing volume pools
        1.  
          Adding a volume pool
        2. Changing the properties of a volume pool
          1.  
            Volume pool properties
        3.  
          Deleting a volume pool
      20. Managing volume groups
        1. Moving a volume group
          1.  
            Move volume group properties
        2.  
          Deleting a volume group
      21.  
        About media sharing
      22.  
        Configuring unrestricted media sharing
      23.  
        Configuring media sharing with a server group
    4. Inventorying robots
      1.  
        About robot inventory
      2.  
        When to inventory a robot
      3. About showing a robot's contents
        1.  
          About inventory results for API robots
      4.  
        Showing the media in a robot
      5.  
        About comparing a robot's contents with the volume configuration
      6.  
        Comparing media in a robot with the volume configuration
      7.  
        About previewing volume configuration changes
      8.  
        Previewing volume configuration changes for a robot
      9. About updating the NetBackup volume configuration
        1.  
          Volume update prerequisites
      10.  
        Updating the NetBackup volume configuration with a robot's contents
      11.  
        Robot inventory options
      12. About the vmphyinv physical inventory utility
        1. How vmphyinv performs a physical inventory
          1.  
            About the vmphyinv list of drives
          2.  
            About the media that vmphyinv mounts
          3. How vmphyinv mounts the media and reads the tape header
            1.  
              About the media that vmphyinv does not recognize
            2.  
              How vmphyinv processes cleaning media
          4.  
            How vmphyinv updates the EMM database
      13.  
        Example volume configuration updates
    5. Configuring storage units
      1. About the Storage utility
        1.  
          Using the Storage utility
      2. Creating a storage unit
        1.  
          Creating a storage unit by copying a storage unit
        2.  
          Changing storage unit settings
        3.  
          Deleting storage units
        4.  
          Media Manager storage unit considerations
        5. Disk storage unit considerations
          1.  
            About the disk storage model
          2.  
            Configuring credentials for CIFS storage and disk storage units
          3.  
            Disk storage units in storage lifecycle policies
          4.  
            Maintaining available disk space on disk storage units
        6.  
          NDMP storage unit considerations
      3. About storage unit settings
        1. Absolute pathname to directory or absolute pathname to volume setting for storage units
          1.  
            Directory can exist on the root file system or system disk setting for storage units
        2.  
          Density storage unit setting
        3.  
          Disk type storage unit setting
        4.  
          Enable block sharing storage unit setting
        5.  
          Enable multiplexing storage unit setting
        6.  
          High water mark storage unit setting
        7.  
          Low water mark storage unit setting
        8.  
          Maximum concurrent write drives storage unit setting
        9. Maximum concurrent jobs storage unit setting
          1.  
            Impact when two disk storage units reference one disk pool
        10.  
          Maximum streams per drive storage unit setting
        11.  
          Media server storage unit setting
        12.  
          NDMP host storage unit setting
        13.  
          On demand only storage unit setting
        14.  
          Only use the following media servers storage unit setting
        15.  
          Properties option in the Change Storage Units dialog box
        16.  
          Reduce fragment size storage unit setting
        17.  
          Robot number storage unit setting
        18.  
          Robot type storage unit setting
        19.  
          Select disk pool storage unit setting
        20.  
          Staging schedule option in Change Storage Units dialog
        21.  
          Storage device setting for storage units
        22.  
          Storage unit name setting
        23.  
          Storage unit type setting
        24.  
          Enable temporary staging area storage unit setting
        25.  
          Use any available media server storage unit setting
    6. Staging backups
      1.  
        About staging backups
      2.  
        About basic disk staging
      3. Creating a basic disk staging storage unit
        1.  
          Creating a schedule for a basic disk staging storage unit
      4.  
        Configuring multiple copies in a relocation schedule
      5.  
        Disk staging storage unit size and capacity
      6.  
        Finding potential free space on a BasicDisk disk staging storage unit
      7.  
        Disk Staging Schedule dialog box
      8.  
        Initiating a relocation schedule manually
    7. Configuring storage unit groups
      1.  
        About storage unit groups
      2.  
        Creating storage unit groups for backups
      3.  
        Creating storage unit groups for snapshots
      4.  
        Deleting a storage unit group
      5. Storage unit selection criteria within a group
        1.  
          Media server load balancing
        2.  
          Other load balancing methods
        3.  
          Exception to the storage unit selection criteria
      6.  
        About disk spanning within storage unit groups
  4. Section IV. Configuring storage lifecycle policies (SLPs)
    1. Configuring storage lifecycle policies
      1.  
        About storage lifecycle policies
      2. Creating a storage lifecycle policy
        1.  
          Modifying the hierarchy of operations in a storage lifecycle policy
      3.  
        Deleting a storage lifecycle policy
      4.  
        Lifecycle operation administration using the nbstlutil command
    2. Storage operations
      1.  
        Operation types in a storage lifecycle policy
      2.  
        Backup operation in an SLP
      3.  
        Backup From Snapshot operation in an SLP
      4.  
        Duplication operation in an SLP
      5.  
        Import operation in an SLP
      6. Index From Snapshot operation in an SLP
        1.  
          Determining where and when the Index From Snapshot operation occurs
      7.  
        Replication operation in an SLP
      8. Snapshot operation in an SLP
        1.  
          About configuring storage lifecycle policies for snapshots and snapshot replication
        2.  
          Primary snapshot storage unit
        3.  
          Primary + Replication source snapshot storage unit
        4.  
          Replication source + Replication target snapshot storage unit
        5.  
          Replication target snapshot storage unit
        6.  
          Replication source + Replication target + Mirror snapshot storage unit
        7.  
          Replication target + Mirror snapshot storage unit
      9.  
        Creating a hierarchy of storage operations in a storage lifecycle policy
    3. Retention types for SLP operations
      1.  
        Retention types for storage lifecycle policy operations
      2. Capacity managed retention type for SLP operations
        1.  
          Rules and recommendations for using the Capacity Managed retention type
        2.  
          Capacity managed retention type and disk types that support SIS
      3.  
        Expire after copy retention type for SLP operations
      4.  
        Fixed retention type for SLP operations
      5.  
        Maximum snapshot limit retention type for SLP operations
      6.  
        Mirror retention type for SLP operations
      7.  
        Target retention type for SLP operations
    4. Storage lifecycle policy options
      1.  
        Storage Lifecycle Policy dialog box settings
      2. New or Change Storage Operation dialog box settings
        1.  
          Properties tab of the Storage Operation dialog box
        2.  
          Window tab of the Storage Operation dialog box
        3.  
          Creating a new window for a storage lifecycle policy operation
        4.  
          Excluding days from a window for a storage lifecycle policy operation
      3.  
        Storage lifecycle policy validation dialog box
      4.  
        Storage lifecycle policy Validation Report tab
    5. Using a storage lifecycle policy to create multiple copies
      1.  
        About writing multiple copies using a storage lifecycle policy
      2.  
        How the order of the operations determines the copy order
      3.  
        About ensuring successful copies using lifecycles
    6. Storage lifecycle policy versions
      1.  
        About storage lifecycle policy versions
      2.  
        Storage lifecycle changes and versioning
      3.  
        When changes to storage lifecycle policies become effective
      4.  
        Deleting old storage lifecycle policy versions
  5. Section V. Configuring backups
    1. Creating backup policies
      1.  
        About the Policies utility
      2. Planning for policies
        1.  
          Windows example of one client in multiple policies
        2.  
          Policy attributes that affect how clients are grouped in policies
        3.  
          About Microsoft DSFR backups
      3.  
        Creating a backup policy
      4.  
        Adding or changing schedules in a policy
      5.  
        Changing multiple policies at one time
      6.  
        Copying or moving policy items to another policy
      7.  
        Copying a policy to create a new policy
      8.  
        Copying a schedule into the same policy or different policy
      9.  
        Deleting schedules, backup selections, or clients from a policy
      10. Policy Attributes tab
        1.  
          Policy type (policy attribute)
        2.  
          Data classifications (policy attribute)
        3. Policy storage (policy attribute)
          1.  
            Considerations for selecting a destination for Policy storage
        4. Policy volume pool (policy attribute)
          1.  
            Example of overriding the policy volume pool
        5. Take checkpoints every __ minutes (policy attribute)
          1.  
            Checkpoint restart for restore jobs
        6.  
          Limit jobs per policy (policy attribute)
        7.  
          Job priority (policy attribute)
        8.  
          Media Owner (policy attribute)
        9.  
          Go into effect at (policy attribute)
        10.  
          Follow NFS (policy attribute)
        11. Backup Network Drives (policy attribute)
          1.  
            Example of using UNC paths to back up a shared folder
          2.  
            Example of using Backup Network Drives (policy attribute) to back up a shared folder
        12. Cross mount points (policy attribute)
          1.  
            Examples of using Cross mount points and Follow NFS in combination
        13.  
          Compression (policy attribute)
        14. Encryption (policy attribute)
          1.  
            About NetBackup encryption options
        15.  
          Collect disaster recovery information for Bare Metal Restore (policy attribute)
        16. Collect true image restore information (policy attribute) with and without move detection
          1.  
            Example of true image restores
        17.  
          Allow multiple data streams (policy attribute)
        18.  
          Disable client-side deduplication (policy attribute)
        19.  
          Enable granular recovery (policy attribute)
        20. Use Accelerator (policy attribute)
          1.  
            How the NetBackup Accelerator works
          2.  
            Accelerator and the Windows change journal
          3.  
            Accelerator notes and requirements
          4.  
            Accelerator backups and the NetBackup catalog
          5.  
            Configuring Accelerator
          6.  
            Accelerator messages in the backup job details log
          7.  
            NetBackup logs for Accelerator
          8.  
            Log messages about the Use Change Journal option and Accelerator
          9.  
            About reporting the amount of Accelerator backup data that was transferred over the network
          10.  
            Replacing the Accelerator image size with the network-transferred data in NetBackup command output
        21. Enable optimized backup of Windows deduplicated volumes
          1.  
            About backups and restores of Microsoft Data Deduplication file systems
          2.  
            Configuration for Microsoft Data Deduplication file system backups
        22.  
          Keyword phrase (policy attribute)
        23.  
          Snapshot Client and Replication Director (policy attributes)
        24.  
          Perform block level incremental backups (policy attributes)
        25. Use Replication Director (policy attributes)
          1.  
            Validate Policy dialog box
        26.  
          Perform snapshot backups (policy attributes)
        27.  
          Microsoft Exchange Attributes (policy attributes)
      11.  
        Schedules tab
      12. Schedule Attributes tab
        1.  
          Name (schedule attribute)
        2. Type of backup (schedule attribute)
          1.  
            About incremental backups
          2.  
            How NetBackup determines when Windows files are due for backup
          3.  
            How NetBackup determines when UNIX files are due for backup
          4.  
            Considerations for user schedules
          5.  
            How to plan schedules for user backups and user archives
        3.  
          Synthetic backup (schedule attribute)
        4.  
          Accelerator forced rescan option (schedule attribute)
        5.  
          Calendar (schedule attribute)
        6. Frequency (schedule attribute)
          1.  
            About backup frequency
        7.  
          Instant Recovery (schedule attribute)
        8. Multiple copies (schedule attribute)
          1.  
            About configuring multiple copies
          2.  
            Configure Multiple Copies dialog box
          3.  
            Configuring multiple copies in a policy schedule
        9.  
          Override policy storage (schedule attribute)
        10.  
          Override policy volume pool (schedule attribute)
        11.  
          Override media owner (schedule attribute)
        12. Retention (schedule attribute)
          1.  
            About assigning retention periods
        13. Media multiplexing (schedule attribute)
          1.  
            Example of using multiplexing with schedules
          2.  
            About demultiplexing
      13. Start Window tab
        1.  
          Adding, changing, or deleting a time window in a policy schedule
        2.  
          Example of schedule duration
      14.  
        Excluding days from a schedule
      15. Include Dates tab
        1.  
          Calendar scheduling with the Include Dates tab
      16.  
        How NetBackup determines which schedule to run next
      17.  
        About schedule windows that span midnight
      18. How open schedules affect calendar-based and frequency-based schedules
        1.  
          Creating an open schedule in the NetBackup Administration Console
        2.  
          Runtime considerations that affect backup frequency
      19. About the Clients tab
        1.  
          Adding or changing clients in a policy
        2.  
          Installing client software on secure and trusting UNIX clients
        3.  
          Browse for Hyper-V virtual machines
      20. Backup Selections tab
        1.  
          Adding backup selections to a policy
        2. Verifying the Backup Selections list
          1.  
            Example log messages from the File System Backup Coverage Report (check_coverage)
        3.  
          How to reduce backup time
        4.  
          Pathname rules for Windows client backups
        5.  
          Pathname rules for Windows disk image (raw) backups
        6.  
          Pathname rules for Windows registry backups
        7.  
          About hard links to files and directories
        8. Pathname rules for UNIX client backups
          1.  
            UNIX raw partitions
          2.  
            About backing up and restoring extended attribute files and named data streams
        9.  
          Pathname rules for the clients that run extension products
        10. About the directives on the Backup Selections list
          1.  
            ALL_FILESYSTEMS and VOLUME_EXCLUDE_LIST directives
          2. ALL_LOCAL_DRIVES directive
            1.  
              ALL_LOCAL_DRIVES example: Auto-discovery mode
            2.  
              ALL_LOCAL_DRIVES example: Without multiple data streams
          3.  
            System State:\ directive
          4.  
            Shadow Copy Components:\ directive
          5.  
            Directives for specific policy types
          6.  
            NEW_STREAM directive
          7.  
            About the administrator-defined streaming mode
          8.  
            About the auto-discovery streaming mode
          9.  
            About setting the preprocess interval for auto-discovery
          10.  
            UNSET and UNSET_ALL directives
        11.  
          Files that are excluded from backups by default
        12.  
          About excluding files from automatic backups
        13.  
          Files that are excluded by Microsoft Windows Backup
      21.  
        VMware Policy tab
      22.  
        Hyper-V Policies tab
      23. Disaster Recovery tab
        1.  
          Adding policies to the Critical Policies list of a catalog backup policy
      24.  
        Creating a Vault policy
      25.  
        Performing manual backups
      26. Active Directory granular backups and recovery
        1.  
          System requirements for Active Directory granular NetBackup backups and recovery
        2. Creating a policy that allows Active Directory granular restores
          1.  
            Active Directory backups are full backups
        3.  
          Restoring Active Directory objects
        4.  
          Troubleshooting granular restore issues
    2. Synthetic backups
      1.  
        About synthetic backups
      2.  
        Recommendations for synthetic backups and restores
      3.  
        Synthetic full backups
      4.  
        Synthetic cumulative incremental backups
      5.  
        Schedules that must appear in a policy for synthetic backups
      6.  
        Adding clients to a policy for synthetic backups
      7.  
        Change journal and synthesized backups
      8.  
        True image restore and synthesized backups
      9.  
        Displaying synthetic backups in the Activity Monitor
      10.  
        Logs produced during synthetic backups
      11.  
        Synthetic backups and directory and file attributes
      12. Using the multiple copy synthetic backups method
        1.  
          Configuring multiple copy synthetic backups
        2.  
          Configuration variables for multiple copy synthetic backups
        3.  
          Multiple copy synthetic backups configuration examples
      13.  
        Optimized synthetic backups
      14.  
        Optimized synthetic backups for deduplication
    3. Protecting the NetBackup catalog
      1.  
        About the NetBackup catalog
      2. Parts of the NetBackup catalog
        1. About the NetBackup relational database
          1.  
            About the NetBackup relational database on Windows
          2.  
            About the NetBackup relational database on UNIX
          3.  
            About the Enterprise Media Manager (EMM)
        2. About the NetBackup image database
          1.  
            About NetBackup image files
          2.  
            About NetBackup image .f files
        3.  
          About the catalog backup of cloud configuration files
      3. Protecting the NetBackup catalog
        1.  
          About catalog backups
        2.  
          Using the Catalog Backup Wizard to configure a catalog backup
        3.  
          Using the Policy Configuration Wizard to configure a catalog backup
        4.  
          Configuring a catalog backup manually
        5.  
          Backing up NetBackup catalogs manually
        6.  
          Concurrently running catalog backups with other backups
        7.  
          About catalog policy schedules
        8.  
          How catalog incrementals and standard backups interact on UNIX
        9.  
          Determining whether or not a catalog backup succeeded
        10.  
          Strategies that ensure successful NetBackup catalog backups
      4.  
        Recovering the catalog
      5.  
        Disaster recovery emails and the disaster recovery file
      6. Archiving the catalog and restoring from the catalog archive
        1.  
          Creating a catalog archiving policy
        2.  
          Catalog archiving commands
        3.  
          Catalog archiving considerations
        4.  
          Extracting images from the catalog archives
      7. Estimating catalog space requirements
        1.  
          NetBackup file size considerations on UNIX systems
        2.  
          About the binary catalog format
        3.  
          Moving the image catalog
        4. About image catalog compression
          1.  
            Uncompressing the NetBackup catalog
    4. About the NetBackup relational database
      1. About the NetBackup relational database (NBDB) installation
        1. About NetBackup master server installed directories and files
          1.  
            Relocating the NetBackup database
          2.  
            About the NetBackup server.conf file
          3.  
            About the databases.conf file
          4.  
            About the registration.dat file on Windows
          5.  
            About the vxdbms_env.csh, vxdbms_env.sh scripts (on UNIX)
          6.  
            About the bin directory
          7.  
            About the contents of the NetBackup directories
          8.  
            About the data directory
        2.  
          About the NetBackup configuration entry
        3.  
          Sybase SQL Anywhere server management
        4.  
          Sybase SQL Anywhere and clustered environments
      2. Using the NetBackup Database Administration utility on Windows
        1. About the General tab of the NetBackup Database Administration utility
          1.  
            About fragmentation
        2. About the Tools tab of the NetBackup Database Administration utility
          1.  
            Changing the DBA password using the NetBackup Database Administration utility
          2.  
            Moving the NetBackup database files
          3.  
            Exporting database schema and data
          4.  
            Copying or backing up the database files
          5.  
            Restoring database files from a backup
      3. Using the NetBackup Database Administration utility on UNIX
        1.  
          About the Select/Restart Database and Change Password menu options
        2.  
          About the Database Space and Memory Management menu options
        3.  
          About the Database Validation Check and Rebuild menu options
        4.  
          About the Move Database menu options
        5.  
          About the Unload Database menu options
        6.  
          About the Backup and Restore Database menu options
      4. Post-installation tasks
        1.  
          Changing the NetBackup database password
        2.  
          Moving NBDB database files after installation
        3.  
          Adding a mirrored transaction log
        4. Creating the NBDB database manually
          1.  
            Additional create_nbdb options
      5. About backup and recovery procedures
        1.  
          Database transaction log
        2.  
          About catalog recovery
        3.  
          Commands for backing up and recovering the relational databases
        4.  
          About the catalog backup process
      6.  
        Unloading the NetBackup database
      7.  
        Terminating database connections
      8.  
        Moving the NetBackup database from one host to another
    5. Managing backup images
      1.  
        About the Catalog utility
      2.  
        About searching for backup images
      3.  
        Verifying backup images
      4.  
        Viewing job results
      5.  
        Promoting a copy to a primary copy
      6. Duplicating backup images
        1.  
          Multiplexed duplication considerations
        2.  
          Jobs that appear while making multiple copies
      7.  
        Expiring backup images
      8. About importing backup images
        1.  
          About importing expired images
        2.  
          Importing backup images
  6. Section VI. Configuring replication
    1. About NetBackup replication
      1.  
        About NetBackup replication
      2. About NetBackup Auto Image Replication
        1.  
          One-to-many Auto Image Replication model
        2.  
          Cascading Auto Image Replication model
        3.  
          About the domain relationship for replication
        4.  
          About the replication topology for Auto Image Replication
        5. Viewing the replication topology for Auto Image Replication
          1.  
            Sample volume properties output for MSDP replication
          2.  
            Sample volume properties output for OpenStorage backup replication
        6.  
          About trusted master servers for Auto Image Replication
        7. About the storage lifecycle policies required for Auto Image Replication
          1.  
            Replicating to all inter-domain targets or to a specific target
          2.  
            Customizing how nbstserv runs duplication and import jobs
        8.  
          Using NetBackup Access Control (NBAC) with Auto Image Replication
        9.  
          Auto Image Replication setup overview
        10.  
          How to resolve volume changes for Auto Image Replication
        11. Removing or replacing replication relationships in an Auto Image Replication configuration
          1.  
            Adding or removing a replication relationship between two storage servers
          2.  
            Removing all replication relationships between a domain and a storage server
          3.  
            Replacing all replication relationships between a domain and a storage server
          4.  
            Removing or replacing all replication relationships involving a storage server
          5.  
            Example: Replacing a storage server in a non-targeted Auto Image Replication configuration
          6.  
            Example: Replacing a storage server in a cascading, targeted Auto Image Replication configuration
        12.  
          About restoring from a backup at a target master domain
        13.  
          Reporting on Auto Image Replication jobs
      3.  
        About NetBackup Replication Director
  7. Section VII. Monitoring and reporting
    1. Monitoring NetBackup activity
      1.  
        About the Activity Monitor
      2.  
        Setting Activity Monitor options
      3. About the Jobs tab
        1.  
          Viewing job details in the Activity Monitor
        2.  
          Showing or hiding column heads in the Activity Monitor
        3.  
          Monitoring the detailed status of a selected job in the Activity Monitor
        4.  
          Deleting completed jobs in the Activity Monitor
        5.  
          Canceling a job that has not completed in the Activity Monitor
        6.  
          Restarting a failed (completed) job in the Activity Monitor
        7.  
          Suspending restore or backup jobs in the Activity Monitor
        8.  
          Resuming suspended or incomplete jobs in the Activity Monitor
        9.  
          Printing job list information in the Activity Monitor
        10.  
          Exporting Activity Monitor data to a text file
        11.  
          Printing job detail information
        12.  
          Copying Activity Monitor text to a file
        13.  
          Changing the Job Priority dynamically from the Activity Monitor
      4. About the Daemons tab
        1.  
          Using the nbrbutil utility to configure the NetBackup Resource Broker
        2.  
          Types of NetBackup daemons
        3.  
          Monitoring NetBackup daemons
        4.  
          Starting or stopping a daemon
        5.  
          Displaying all media servers in the Activity Monitor
      5. About the Processes tab
        1.  
          Monitoring NetBackup processes in the Process Details dialog box
      6. About the Drives tab
        1.  
          Monitoring tape drives
        2.  
          Cleaning tape drives from the Activity Monitor
      7.  
        About the Error Logs tab
      8. About the jobs database
        1.  
          Changing the default bpdbjobs_options values
        2.  
          About the BPDBJOBS_OPTIONS environment variable
        3.  
          bpdbjobs command line options
        4.  
          Enabling the bpdbjobs debug log
      9.  
        About the Device Monitor
      10.  
        About media mount errors
      11. About pending requests and actions
        1.  
          About pending requests for storage units
        2.  
          Resolving a pending request
        3.  
          Resolving a pending action
        4.  
          Resubmitting a request
        5.  
          Denying a request
    2. Reporting in NetBackup
      1.  
        About the Reports utility
      2.  
        Running a report
      3.  
        Copying report text to another document
      4.  
        Saving or exporting a report
      5.  
        Printing a report
    3. Using the Logging Assistant
      1.  
        About the Logging Assistant
      2.  
        Logging Assistant sequence of operation
      3.  
        Viewing the Logging Assistant records
      4.  
        Viewing the details of a Logging Assistant record
      5.  
        Adding a new Logging Assistant record
      6.  
        Deleting a Logging Assistant record
      7.  
        Setting up debug logging
      8.  
        Set minimum debug logging
      9.  
        Disabling debug logging
      10.  
        Collecting debug logs
      11.  
        Collecting nbsu output
  8. Section VIII. Administering NetBackup
    1. Management topics
      1.  
        Configuring the NetBackup Client Service
      2.  
        NetBackup naming conventions
      3.  
        Wildcard use in NetBackup
      4.  
        Wildcard characters in backup selections for an NDMP policy
    2. Accessing a remote server
      1. Prerequisites for accessing a remote server
        1.  
          Allow access to another server
        2.  
          Authorize users of one server to access another server
      2.  
        Accessing remote servers
      3.  
        Troubleshooting remote server administration
    3. Using the NetBackup Remote Administration Console
      1.  
        About the NetBackup Remote Administration Console
      2.  
        About authorizing NetBackup users
      3.  
        Authorization file (auth.conf) characteristics
      4.  
        About authorizing nonroot users for specific applications
      5.  
        About authorizing specific tasks in the Backup, Archive, and Restore user interface
      6.  
        About authorizing users on a Windows NetBackup server
      7.  
        Restricting access to the NetBackup Administration Console on Windows
      8. Run-time configuration options for the NetBackup Administration Console
        1.  
          FIREWALL_IN
        2.  
          FORCE_IPADDR_LOOKUP
        3.  
          INITIAL_MEMORY, MAX_MEMORY
        4.  
          MEM_USE_WARNING
        5.  
          NBJAVA_CLIENT_PORT_WINDOW
        6.  
          NBJAVA_CORBA_DEFAULT_TIMEOUT
        7.  
          NBJAVA_CORBA_LONG_TIMEOUT
        8.  
          PBX_PORT
        9.  
          VNETD_PORT
      9. About improving NetBackup performance
        1.  
          About running the NetBackup Administration Console locally
        2.  
          About running a console locally and administering a remote server
        3.  
          Enhancing console performance
        4.  
          Determining better performance when the console is run locally or uses remote display back
      10. About adjusting time zones in the NetBackup Administration console
        1.  
          Adjusting the time zone in the NetBackup Administration Console or the Backup, Archive, and Restore console
        2.  
          Configuring a custom time zone in the NetBackup Administration Console or the Backup, Archive, and Restore console
    4. Alternate server restores
      1.  
        About alternate server restores
      2.  
        About supported configurations for alternate server restores
      3. About performing alternate server restores
        1. About modifying the NetBackup catalogs
          1.  
            Modifying NetBackup catalogs when the server that wrote the media is available
          2.  
            Modifying NetBackup catalogs when the server that wrote the media is unavailable
        2. Overriding the original server for restores
          1.  
            Overriding the original server for restores manually
        3. About enabling automatic failover to an alternate server
          1.  
            Failing over to an alternate server
        4.  
          Expiring and importing media for alternate server restores
    5. Managing client backups and restores
      1.  
        About server-directed restores
      2. About client-redirected restores
        1.  
          About restore restrictions
        2.  
          Allowing all clients to perform redirected restores
        3.  
          Allowing a single client to perform redirected restores
        4.  
          Allowing redirected restores of a specific client's files
        5.  
          Examples of redirected restores
      3.  
        About restoring the files that have Access Control Lists (ACLs)
      4.  
        About setting the original atime for files during restores on UNIX
      5.  
        Restoring the System State
      6.  
        About the backup and restore of compressed files on VxFS file systems
      7.  
        About backups and restores on ReFS
    6. Powering down and rebooting NetBackup servers
      1.  
        Powering down and rebooting NetBackup servers
      2.  
        Shutting down and starting up all NetBackup services and daemons
      3.  
        Rebooting a NetBackup server
      4.  
        Rebooting a NetBackup media server
      5.  
        About displaying active processes with bpps on UNIX
      6.  
        About displaying robotic processes with vmps on UNIX
    7. About Granular Recovery Technology
      1.  
        About installing and configuring Network File System (NFS) for Active Directory Granular Recovery
      2. About configuring Services for Network File System (NFS) on Windows 2012 and Windows 2012 R2
        1.  
          Enabling Services for Network File System (NFS) on a Windows 2012 or Windows 2012 R2 media server
        2.  
          Enabling Services for Network File System (NFS) on a Windows 2012 or Windows 2012 R2 client
      3. About configuring Services for Network File System (NFS) on Windows 2008 and Windows 2008 R2
        1.  
          Enabling Services for Network File System (NFS) on Windows 2008 or Windows 2008 R2
        2.  
          Disabling the Client for NFS on the media server
        3.  
          Disabling the Server for NFS
      4.  
        Configuring a UNIX media server and Windows clients for backups and restores that use Granular Recovery Technology (GRT)
      5.  
        Configuring a different network port for NBFSD

About NetBackup replication

Table of Contents

  1. Section I. About NetBackup
    1. Introducing NetBackup interfaces
      1.  
        About NetBackup
      2.  
        NetBackup documentation
      3. About NetBackup administration interfaces
        1. About setting up the NetBackup Administration Console on UNIX
          1.  
            Setting up a CDE for the NetBackup interfaces on UNIX
        2.  
          Logging in to the NetBackup Administration Console
        3.  
          Administering remote servers of different versions
      4. Using the NetBackup Administration Console
        1.  
          About security certificates for NetBackup hosts
        2.  
          About the NetBackup Administration Console toolbar
        3.  
          About customizing the NetBackup Administration Console
        4. Configuring log files for the NetBackup Administration Console
          1.  
            NetBackup Administration Console log files
      5.  
        NetBackup configuration wizards
      6.  
        Running the Troubleshooter
    2. Administering NetBackup licenses
      1.  
        About administering NetBackup licenses
  2. Section II. Configuring hosts
    1. Configuring Host Properties
      1. About the NetBackup Host Properties
        1.  
          Methods to set the NetBackup configuration options
        2.  
          Connecting to a host to view the host properties
        3.  
          Changing the host properties on multiple hosts at the same time
        4.  
          Property states for multiple hosts
        5.  
          Exporting host properties
        6.  
          Standard host property dialog box options
      2. Access Control properties
        1.  
          Authentication Domain tab of the Access Control properties
        2.  
          Authorization Service tab of the Access Control properties
        3. Network Attributes tab of the Access Control properties
          1.  
            Add Network dialog box
      3.  
        Active Directory host properties
      4. Bandwidth properties
        1.  
          Bandwidth limit usage considerations and restrictions
        2.  
          Add Bandwidth Settings dialog box for Bandwidth properties
      5. Busy File Settings properties
        1.  
          Activating the Busy File Settings in host properties
      6.  
        Clean-up properties
      7.  
        Client Name properties
      8. Client Attributes properties
        1.  
          Add Client dialog box
        2. General tab of the Client Attributes properties
          1.  
            Offline option usage considerations and restrictions
          2.  
            Where deduplication should occur
        3.  
          Connect Options tab of the Client Attributes properties
        4.  
          Windows Open File Backup tab of the Client Attributes properties
        5.  
          Back-level and upgraded clients that use Windows Open File Backup
      9. Client Settings properties for UNIX clients
        1.  
          VxFS file change log for incremental backups property
      10. Client Settings properties for Windows clients
        1.  
          How to determine if change journal support is useful in your NetBackup environment
        2.  
          Guidelines for enabling NetBackup change journal support
      11.  
        Cloud Storage properties
      12.  
        Credential Access properties
      13. Data Classification properties
        1.  
          Creating a Data Classification
      14. Default Job Priorities properties
        1.  
          Understanding the Job Priority setting
      15.  
        Distributed application restore mapping properties
      16. Encryption properties
        1.  
          Additional encryption methods for Windows clients
      17.  
        Enterprise Vault properties
      18.  
        Enterprise Vault Hosts properties
      19. Exchange properties
        1.  
          About the Exchange credentials in the client host properties
      20. Exclude Lists properties
        1. About the Add to Exclude List and Add Exceptions to Exclude List dialog boxes
          1.  
            Adding an entry to an exclude list
          2.  
            Adding an exception to the exclude list
        2. Syntax rules for exclude lists
          1.  
            Example of a Windows client exclude list
          2.  
            Example of a UNIX exclude list
        3.  
          About creating an include list on a UNIX client
        4.  
          Configuring the exclude list on a Windows client from a UNIX master server
        5.  
          Traversing excluded directories
      21. Fibre Transport properties
        1.  
          About Linux concurrent FT connections
      22. Firewall properties
        1.  
          Enabling logging for vnetd
      23. General Server properties
        1.  
          Forcing restores to use a specific server
      24. Global Attributes properties
        1.  
          About constraints on the number of concurrent jobs
        2.  
          Setting up email notifications about backups
        3.  
          Configuring the nbmail.cmd script on Windows
        4.  
          Sending messages to the global administrator about unsuccessful backups only
        5.  
          Sending messages to the administrator about successful and unsuccessful backups
        6.  
          Installing and testing the email utility on Windows
      25. Logging properties
        1.  
          Disabling the logging of NetBackup processes
      26. Login Banner Configuration properties
        1.  
          Removing login banner screen and text
      27.  
        Lotus Notes properties
      28. Media properties
        1.  
          Results when media overwrites are not permitted
        2.  
          Recommended use for Enable SCSI reserve property
      29.  
        NDMP Global Credentials properties
      30.  
        Network properties
      31. Network Settings properties
        1. Reverse Host Name Lookup property
          1.  
            Reverse Host Name Lookup changes outside of the Administration Console
        2.  
          IP Address Family Support property
      32. Port Ranges properties
        1.  
          Registered ports and dynamically-allocated ports
      33. Preferred Network properties
        1.  
          Add or Change Preferred Network Settings dialog box
        2.  
          How NetBackup uses the directives to determine which network to use
        3.  
          Configurations to use IPv6 networks
        4.  
          Configurations to use IPv4 networks
        5.  
          Order of directive processing in the Preferred Network properties
        6.  
          Order of directives can affect processing
        7.  
          bptestnetconn utility to display Preferred Network information
        8.  
          Configuration to prohibit using a specified address
        9.  
          Configuration that uses the same specification for both the network and the interface - less constrictive
        10.  
          Configuration that uses the same specification for both the network and the interface - more constrictive
        11.  
          Configuration that limits the addresses, but allows any interfaces
      34. Resilient Network properties
        1.  
          Resilient connection resource usage
        2.  
          Specifying resilient connections
      35.  
        Resource Limit properties
      36. Restore Failover properties
        1.  
          Assigning an alternate media server as a failover restore server
      37. Retention Periods properties
        1.  
          Changing a retention period
        2.  
          Determining retention periods for volumes
        3.  
          Retention Periods with end dates beyond 2038, excluding Infinity
      38. Scalable Storage properties
        1.  
          Configuring advanced bandwidth throttling settings
        2.  
          Advanced bandwidth throttling settings
      39. Servers properties
        1.  
          Adding a server to a servers list
        2.  
          Removing a server from a server list
        3.  
          Enabling NetBackup clustered master server inter-node authentication
        4.  
          Adding a trusted master server
        5.  
          Removing a trusted master server
        6.  
          Changing the master server that performs backups and restores for a client
      40. SharePoint properties
        1.  
          Consistency check options for SharePoint Server
      41. SLP Parameters properties
        1.  
          About batch creation logic in Storage Lifecycle Manager
        2.  
          Deprecated storage lifecycle policy parameters
      42. Throttle Bandwidth properties
        1.  
          Add Bandwidth Settings dialog box for Throttle Bandwidth properties
      43.  
        Timeouts properties
      44. Universal Settings properties
        1.  
          Logging the status of a redirected restore
      45. User Account Settings properties
        1.  
          Unlocking a user account
        2.  
          Locking a NetBackup session manually
      46.  
        UNIX Client properties
      47.  
        UNIX Server properties
      48.  
        VMware Access Hosts properties
      49.  
        Windows Client properties
      50.  
        Configuration options not found in the Host Properties
      51.  
        About using commands to change the configuration options on UNIX clients and servers
      52. Configuration options for NetBackup servers
        1.  
          About robust logging
        2.  
          ALLOW_MEDIA_OVERWRITE option for NetBackup servers
        3.  
          ALLOW_NON_RESERVED_PORTS option for NetBackup servers and clients
        4.  
          AUTHENTICATION_DOMAIN option for NetBackup servers and clients
        5.  
          AUTHORIZATION_SERVICE option for NetBackup servers
        6.  
          AUTO_ADD_ALL_ALIASES_FOR_CLIENT option for NetBackup servers
        7.  
          BPBRM_VERBOSE option for NetBackup servers
        8.  
          BPCD_WHITELIST_PATH option for NetBackup servers and clients
        9.  
          BPDBJOBS_COLDEFS options for UNIX master servers
        10.  
          BPDBM_VERBOSE option for NetBackup servers
        11.  
          BPRD_VERBOSE option for NetBackup servers
        12.  
          BPTM_VERBOSE option for NetBackup servers
        13.  
          BPEND_TIMEOUT option for NetBackup servers
        14.  
          BPSTART_TIMEOUT option for NetBackup servers
        15.  
          CHECK_RESTORE_CLIENT option for NetBackup servers
        16.  
          CLIENT_CONNECT_TIMEOUT option for NetBackup servers
        17.  
          CLIENT_PORT_WINDOW option for NetBackup servers and clients
        18.  
          CLIENT_READ_TIMEOUT option for NetBackup servers
        19.  
          CLIENT_RESERVED_PORT_WINDOW option for NetBackup servers and clients
        20.  
          CONNECT_OPTIONS option for NetBackup servers and clients
        21.  
          DEFAULT_CONNECT_OPTIONS option for NetBackup servers and clients
        22.  
          DISABLE_JOB_LOGGING option for NetBackup servers
        23.  
          DISABLE_STANDALONE_DRIVE_EXTENSIONS option for NetBackup servers
        24.  
          DISALLOW_BACKUPS_SPANNING_MEDIA option for NetBackup servers
        25.  
          DISALLOW_CLIENT_LIST_RESTORE option for NetBackup servers
        26.  
          DISALLOW_CLIENT_RESTORE option for NetBackup servers
        27.  
          EAT_VERBOSE option for NetBackup clients
        28.  
          EMMSERVER option for NetBackup servers
        29.  
          ENABLE_CRITICAL_PROCESS_LOGGING for NetBackup servers and clients
        30.  
          FAILOVER_RESTORE_MEDIA_SERVERS option for NetBackup servers
        31.  
          FORCE_RESTORE_MEDIA_SERVER option for NetBackup servers
        32.  
          GENERATE_ENGLISH_LOGS option for NetBackup servers and clients
        33.  
          GET_CERT_ALL_MASTERS option for NetBackup clients
        34.  
          HOSTDB_RESYNC_INTERVAL option for NetBackup servers and clients
        35.  
          HYPERV_WMI_CREATE_DISK_TIMEOUT option for NetBackup servers
        36.  
          INCOMPLETE_JOB_CLEAN_INTERVAL option for NetBackup servers and clients
        37.  
          INITIAL_BROWSE_SEARCH_LIMIT option for NetBackup servers and clients
        38.  
          IP_ADDRESS_FAMILY option for NetBackup servers
        39.  
          JOB_PRIORITY option for NetBackup servers and clients
        40.  
          KEEP_LOGS_SIZE_GB for NetBackup servers and clients
        41.  
          LIMIT_BANDWIDTH option for NetBackup servers
        42.  
          MAX_LOGFILE_SIZE option for NetBackup servers and clients for legacy logging
        43.  
          MAX_NUM_LOGFILES option for NetBackup servers and clients for legacy logging
        44.  
          MEDIA_UNMOUNT_DELAY option for NetBackup servers
        45.  
          MEDIA_REQUEST_DELAY option for NetBackup servers
        46.  
          MEDIA_SERVER option for NetBackup servers
        47.  
          MPX_RESTORE_DELAY option for NetBackup servers
        48.  
          MUST_USE_LOCAL_DRIVE option for NetBackup servers
        49.  
          NBRNTD_IDLE_TIMEOUT option for NetBackup servers
        50.  
          PREFERRED_NETWORK option for NetBackup servers
        51.  
          RANDOM _PORTS option for NetBackup servers and clients
        52.  
          RE_READ_INTERVAL option for NetBackup servers
        53.  
          REQUIRED_NETWORK option for NetBackup servers
        54.  
          RESILIENT_NETWORK option for NetBackup master servers and clients
        55.  
          RESUME_ORIG_DUP_ON_OPT_DUP_FAIL option for NetBackup servers
        56.  
          REVERSE_NAME_LOOKUP option for NetBackup servers and clients
        57.  
          SERVER option for NetBackup servers
        58.  
          SERVER_CONNECT_TIMEOUT option for NetBackup servers
        59.  
          SERVER_PORT_WINDOW option for NetBackup servers
        60.  
          SERVER_RESERVED_PORT_WINDOW option for NetBackup servers and clients
        61.  
          SKIP_RESTORE_TO_SYMLINK_DIR option for NetBackup servers
        62.  
          TELEMETRY_UPLOAD option for NetBackup servers
        63. THROTTLE_BANDWIDTH option for NetBackup servers
          1.  
            IPv6 address rules for NetBackup clients
          2.  
            Rules for setting bandwidth values for NetBackup clients
        64.  
          TRUSTED_MASTER option for NetBackup servers
        65.  
          ULINK_ON_OVERWRITE option for NetBackup servers
        66.  
          USE_AUTHENTICATION option for NetBackup servers
        67.  
          USE_VXSS option for NetBackup servers and clients
        68.  
          VERBOSE option for NetBackup servers and clients
        69.  
          VXSS_NETWORK option for NetBackup servers
      53. Configuration options for NetBackup clients
        1.  
          BACKUP_FIFO_FILES option for NetBackup clients
        2.  
          BPARCHIVE_POLICY option for NetBackup clients
        3.  
          BPARCHIVE_SCHED option for NetBackup clients
        4.  
          BPBACKUP_POLICY option for NetBackup clients
        5.  
          BPBACKUP_SCHED option for NetBackup clients
        6.  
          BUSY_FILE_ACTION option for NetBackup clients
        7.  
          BUSY_FILE_DIRECTORY option for NetBackup clients
        8.  
          BUSY_FILE_NOTIFY_USER option for NetBackup clients
        9.  
          BUSY_FILE_PROCESSING option for NetBackup clients
        10.  
          CLIENT_NAME option for NetBackup clients
        11.  
          COMPRESS_SUFFIX option for NetBackup clients
        12.  
          CRYPT_CIPHER option for NetBackup clients
        13.  
          CRYPT_KIND option for NetBackup clients
        14.  
          CRYPT_OPTION option for NetBackup clients
        15.  
          CRYPT_STRENGTH option for NetBackup clients
        16.  
          CRYPT_LIBPATH option for NetBackup clients
        17.  
          CRYPT_KEYFILE option for NetBackup clients
        18.  
          DISALLOW_SERVER_FILE_WRITES option for NetBackup clients
        19.  
          DO_NOT_RESET_FILE_ACCESS_TIME option for NetBackup clients
        20.  
          GET_CERT_ALL_MASTERS option for NetBackup clients
        21. IGNORE_XATTR option for NetBackup clients
          1.  
            Backing up and restoring the ACLs, extended attributes, and metadata attributes for GPFS volumes
          2.  
            Support for GPFS metadata attributes: storage pools, metadata replication, and data replication
        22.  
          INFORMIX_HOME option for NetBackup clients
        23.  
          KEEP_DATABASE_COMM_FILE option for NetBackup clients
        24.  
          KEEP_LOGS_DAYS option for NetBackup clients
        25.  
          LIST_FILES_TIMEOUT option for NetBackup clients
        26.  
          LOCKED_FILE_ACTION option for NetBackup clients
        27.  
          MEDIA_SERVER option for NetBackup clients
        28.  
          MEGABYTES_OF_MEMORY option for NetBackup clients
        29.  
          NFS_ACCESS_TIMEOUT option for NetBackup clients
        30.  
          OLD_VNETD_CALLBACK option for NetBackup clients
        31.  
          REPORT_CLIENT_DISCOVERIES option for NetBackup clients
        32.  
          RESTORE_RETRIES option for NetBackup clients
        33.  
          RMAN_OUTPUT_DIR for NetBackup clients
        34.  
          SERVER option for NetBackup clients
        35.  
          SYBASE_HOME option for NetBackup clients
        36.  
          USE_CTIME_FOR_INCREMENTALS option for NetBackup clients
        37.  
          USE_FILE_CHG_LOG option for NetBackup clients
        38.  
          USEMAIL option for NetBackup clients
        39. VXSS_NETWORK option for NetBackup clients
          1.  
            UNIX client examples
    2. Configuring server groups
      1.  
        About NetBackup server groups
      2. Configuring a NetBackup server group
        1.  
          NetBackup server group properties
      3.  
        Deleting a server group
    3. Configuring host credentials
      1.  
        About configuring credentials
    4. Managing media servers
      1.  
        Activating or deactivating a media server
      2.  
        Adding a media server
      3.  
        Registering a media server
      4.  
        Deleting all devices from a media server
      5.  
        Removing a device host from the EMM database
      6. About decommissioning a media server
        1.  
          About decommissioning limitations
        2.  
          Before you decommission a media server
        3.  
          Post decommission recommendations
        4.  
          Decommission actions
      7.  
        Previewing references to a media server
      8.  
        Decommissioning a media server
  3. Section III. Configuring storage
    1. Configuring disk storage
      1.  
        About configuring BasicDisk storage
      2.  
        About configuring disk pool storage
      3.  
        Inventorying a NetBackup disk pool
      4.  
        Changing the disk pool state
    2. Configuring robots and tape drives
      1.  
        NetBackup robot types
      2.  
        About the device mapping files
      3.  
        Downloading the device mapping files
      4. About configuring robots and tape drives in NetBackup
        1.  
          About device discovery
        2.  
          About device serialization
        3.  
          About adding devices without discovery
        4. About robot control
          1.  
            Library sharing example
        5.  
          About drive name rules
      5.  
        Configuring robots and tape drives by using the wizard
      6.  
        Updating the device configuration by using the wizard
      7. Adding a robot to NetBackup manually
        1. Robot configuration options
          1.  
            Device host (robot configuration option)
          2.  
            Robot type (robot configuration option)
          3.  
            Robot number (robot configuration option)
          4.  
            Robot control (robot configuration options)
      8. Managing robots
        1.  
          Changing robot properties
        2.  
          Deleting a robot
        3.  
          Moving a robot and its media to a new media server
      9. Adding a tape drive to NetBackup manually
        1. Tape drive configuration options
          1.  
            Drive name (tape drive configuration option)
          2.  
            Use drive name rules (tape drive configuration option)
          3.  
            Host and path information (tape drive configuration options)
          4.  
            Drive information (tape drive configuration options)
      10.  
        Configuring drive name rules
      11. Adding a tape drive path
        1.  
          About SCSI reserve on drive paths
        2.  
          Drive path options
        3.  
          About no rewind device files on UNIX
      12.  
        Adding a shared tape drive to a NetBackup environment
      13. Correlating tape drives and SCSI addresses on Windows hosts
        1.  
          Windows device correlation example
      14. Correlating tape drives and device files on UNIX hosts
        1.  
          UNIX device correlation example
      15. Managing tape drives
        1.  
          Changing a drive comment
        2.  
          About downed drives
        3.  
          Changing a drive operating mode
        4.  
          Changing a tape drive path
        5.  
          Changing a drive path operating mode
        6.  
          Changing tape drive properties
        7.  
          Changing a tape drive to a shared drive
        8.  
          Cleaning a tape drive from the Device Monitor
        9.  
          Deleting a drive
        10.  
          Resetting a drive
        11.  
          Resetting the mount time of a drive
        12.  
          Setting the drive cleaning frequency
        13.  
          Viewing drive details
      16. Performing device diagnostics
        1.  
          Running a robot diagnostic test
        2.  
          Running a tape drive diagnostic test
        3.  
          Managing a diagnostic test step that requires operator intervention
        4.  
          Obtaining detailed information for a diagnostic test step
      17.  
        Verifying the device configuration
      18.  
        About automatic path correction
      19.  
        Enabling automatic path correction
      20.  
        Replacing a device
      21.  
        Updating device firmware
      22.  
        About the NetBackup Device Manager
      23.  
        About external access to NetBackup controlled devices on UNIX
      24.  
        Stopping and restarting the device manager
    3. Configuring tape media
      1.  
        About NetBackup tape volumes
      2. About NetBackup volume pools
        1.  
          About reserved volume pool name prefixes
        2.  
          About scratch volume pools
      3.  
        About NetBackup volume groups
      4.  
        NetBackup media types
      5. About WORM media
        1. About using volume pools to manage WORM media
          1.  
            About using a WORM scratch pool
        2.  
          About using unique drive and media types to manage WORM media
        3.  
          Disabling WORM volume pool name verification
        4.  
          About WORM media and the Quantum drive
        5.  
          Supported WORM drives
      6. About adding volumes
        1.  
          About adding robotic volumes
        2.  
          About adding standalone volumes
      7.  
        About configuring media name and attribute rules
      8.  
        Adding volumes by using the wizard
      9.  
        About media settings rules
      10. Configuring media settings
        1. Media settings options
          1.  
            Media which have been removed from the robot... (existing media setting)
          2.  
            Media which have been moved into or within the robot... (existing media setting)
          3.  
            Use the following Media ID prefix (new media setting)
          4.  
            Use barcode rules (new media setting)
          5. Media type (new media setting)
            1.  
              Media type when using barcode rules
            2.  
              Media type when not using barcode rules
          6.  
            Volume pool (new media setting)
      11. About barcodes
        1. About barcode rules
          1.  
            About NetBackup actions for barcodes
          2.  
            Example barcode rules
      12. Configuring barcode rules
        1.  
          Barcode rules settings
      13.  
        About media ID generation rules
      14. Configuring media ID generation rules
        1.  
          Media ID generation options
      15.  
        About media type mapping rules
      16. Adding volumes by using the Actions menu
        1.  
          Volume properties
      17. Configuring media type mappings
        1.  
          About adding media type mapping entries
        2.  
          Default and allowable media types
      18. Managing volumes
        1.  
          Changing the group of a volume
        2.  
          About rules for moving volumes between groups
        3.  
          Changing the owner of a volume
        4.  
          Changing volume properties
        5.  
          About assigning and deassigning volumes
        6.  
          Deleting a volume
        7.  
          Erasing a volume
        8. About exchanging a volume
          1.  
            Exchanging a volume and using a new media ID
          2.  
            Exchanging a volume and using the old media ID
        9. About frozen media
          1.  
            Freezing or unfreezing a volume
        10. About injecting and ejecting volumes
          1.  
            Injecting volumes into robots
          2.  
            Ejecting volumes
          3.  
            Media ejection timeout periods
        11. About rescanning and updating barcodes
          1.  
            Rescanning and updating barcodes
        12. About labeling NetBackup volumes
          1.  
            Labeling a volume
        13. About moving volumes
          1.  
            Moving volumes by using the robot inventory update option
          2.  
            Moving volumes by using the Actions menu
        14. About recycling a volume
          1.  
            Recycling a volume and using the existing media ID
          2.  
            Recycling a volume and using a new media ID
        15.  
          Suspending or unsuspending volumes
      19. Managing volume pools
        1.  
          Adding a volume pool
        2. Changing the properties of a volume pool
          1.  
            Volume pool properties
        3.  
          Deleting a volume pool
      20. Managing volume groups
        1. Moving a volume group
          1.  
            Move volume group properties
        2.  
          Deleting a volume group
      21.  
        About media sharing
      22.  
        Configuring unrestricted media sharing
      23.  
        Configuring media sharing with a server group
    4. Inventorying robots
      1.  
        About robot inventory
      2.  
        When to inventory a robot
      3. About showing a robot's contents
        1.  
          About inventory results for API robots
      4.  
        Showing the media in a robot
      5.  
        About comparing a robot's contents with the volume configuration
      6.  
        Comparing media in a robot with the volume configuration
      7.  
        About previewing volume configuration changes
      8.  
        Previewing volume configuration changes for a robot
      9. About updating the NetBackup volume configuration
        1.  
          Volume update prerequisites
      10.  
        Updating the NetBackup volume configuration with a robot's contents
      11.  
        Robot inventory options
      12. About the vmphyinv physical inventory utility
        1. How vmphyinv performs a physical inventory
          1.  
            About the vmphyinv list of drives
          2.  
            About the media that vmphyinv mounts
          3. How vmphyinv mounts the media and reads the tape header
            1.  
              About the media that vmphyinv does not recognize
            2.  
              How vmphyinv processes cleaning media
          4.  
            How vmphyinv updates the EMM database
      13.  
        Example volume configuration updates
    5. Configuring storage units
      1. About the Storage utility
        1.  
          Using the Storage utility
      2. Creating a storage unit
        1.  
          Creating a storage unit by copying a storage unit
        2.  
          Changing storage unit settings
        3.  
          Deleting storage units
        4.  
          Media Manager storage unit considerations
        5. Disk storage unit considerations
          1.  
            About the disk storage model
          2.  
            Configuring credentials for CIFS storage and disk storage units
          3.  
            Disk storage units in storage lifecycle policies
          4.  
            Maintaining available disk space on disk storage units
        6.  
          NDMP storage unit considerations
      3. About storage unit settings
        1. Absolute pathname to directory or absolute pathname to volume setting for storage units
          1.  
            Directory can exist on the root file system or system disk setting for storage units
        2.  
          Density storage unit setting
        3.  
          Disk type storage unit setting
        4.  
          Enable block sharing storage unit setting
        5.  
          Enable multiplexing storage unit setting
        6.  
          High water mark storage unit setting
        7.  
          Low water mark storage unit setting
        8.  
          Maximum concurrent write drives storage unit setting
        9. Maximum concurrent jobs storage unit setting
          1.  
            Impact when two disk storage units reference one disk pool
        10.  
          Maximum streams per drive storage unit setting
        11.  
          Media server storage unit setting
        12.  
          NDMP host storage unit setting
        13.  
          On demand only storage unit setting
        14.  
          Only use the following media servers storage unit setting
        15.  
          Properties option in the Change Storage Units dialog box
        16.  
          Reduce fragment size storage unit setting
        17.  
          Robot number storage unit setting
        18.  
          Robot type storage unit setting
        19.  
          Select disk pool storage unit setting
        20.  
          Staging schedule option in Change Storage Units dialog
        21.  
          Storage device setting for storage units
        22.  
          Storage unit name setting
        23.  
          Storage unit type setting
        24.  
          Enable temporary staging area storage unit setting
        25.  
          Use any available media server storage unit setting
    6. Staging backups
      1.  
        About staging backups
      2.  
        About basic disk staging
      3. Creating a basic disk staging storage unit
        1.  
          Creating a schedule for a basic disk staging storage unit
      4.  
        Configuring multiple copies in a relocation schedule
      5.  
        Disk staging storage unit size and capacity
      6.  
        Finding potential free space on a BasicDisk disk staging storage unit
      7.  
        Disk Staging Schedule dialog box
      8.  
        Initiating a relocation schedule manually
    7. Configuring storage unit groups
      1.  
        About storage unit groups
      2.  
        Creating storage unit groups for backups
      3.  
        Creating storage unit groups for snapshots
      4.  
        Deleting a storage unit group
      5. Storage unit selection criteria within a group
        1.  
          Media server load balancing
        2.  
          Other load balancing methods
        3.  
          Exception to the storage unit selection criteria
      6.  
        About disk spanning within storage unit groups
  4. Section IV. Configuring storage lifecycle policies (SLPs)
    1. Configuring storage lifecycle policies
      1.  
        About storage lifecycle policies
      2. Creating a storage lifecycle policy
        1.  
          Modifying the hierarchy of operations in a storage lifecycle policy
      3.  
        Deleting a storage lifecycle policy
      4.  
        Lifecycle operation administration using the nbstlutil command
    2. Storage operations
      1.  
        Operation types in a storage lifecycle policy
      2.  
        Backup operation in an SLP
      3.  
        Backup From Snapshot operation in an SLP
      4.  
        Duplication operation in an SLP
      5.  
        Import operation in an SLP
      6. Index From Snapshot operation in an SLP
        1.  
          Determining where and when the Index From Snapshot operation occurs
      7.  
        Replication operation in an SLP
      8. Snapshot operation in an SLP
        1.  
          About configuring storage lifecycle policies for snapshots and snapshot replication
        2.  
          Primary snapshot storage unit
        3.  
          Primary + Replication source snapshot storage unit
        4.  
          Replication source + Replication target snapshot storage unit
        5.  
          Replication target snapshot storage unit
        6.  
          Replication source + Replication target + Mirror snapshot storage unit
        7.  
          Replication target + Mirror snapshot storage unit
      9.  
        Creating a hierarchy of storage operations in a storage lifecycle policy
    3. Retention types for SLP operations
      1.  
        Retention types for storage lifecycle policy operations
      2. Capacity managed retention type for SLP operations
        1.  
          Rules and recommendations for using the Capacity Managed retention type
        2.  
          Capacity managed retention type and disk types that support SIS
      3.  
        Expire after copy retention type for SLP operations
      4.  
        Fixed retention type for SLP operations
      5.  
        Maximum snapshot limit retention type for SLP operations
      6.  
        Mirror retention type for SLP operations
      7.  
        Target retention type for SLP operations
    4. Storage lifecycle policy options
      1.  
        Storage Lifecycle Policy dialog box settings
      2. New or Change Storage Operation dialog box settings
        1.  
          Properties tab of the Storage Operation dialog box
        2.  
          Window tab of the Storage Operation dialog box
        3.  
          Creating a new window for a storage lifecycle policy operation
        4.  
          Excluding days from a window for a storage lifecycle policy operation
      3.  
        Storage lifecycle policy validation dialog box
      4.  
        Storage lifecycle policy Validation Report tab
    5. Using a storage lifecycle policy to create multiple copies
      1.  
        About writing multiple copies using a storage lifecycle policy
      2.  
        How the order of the operations determines the copy order
      3.  
        About ensuring successful copies using lifecycles
    6. Storage lifecycle policy versions
      1.  
        About storage lifecycle policy versions
      2.  
        Storage lifecycle changes and versioning
      3.  
        When changes to storage lifecycle policies become effective
      4.  
        Deleting old storage lifecycle policy versions
  5. Section V. Configuring backups
    1. Creating backup policies
      1.  
        About the Policies utility
      2. Planning for policies
        1.  
          Windows example of one client in multiple policies
        2.  
          Policy attributes that affect how clients are grouped in policies
        3.  
          About Microsoft DSFR backups
      3.  
        Creating a backup policy
      4.  
        Adding or changing schedules in a policy
      5.  
        Changing multiple policies at one time
      6.  
        Copying or moving policy items to another policy
      7.  
        Copying a policy to create a new policy
      8.  
        Copying a schedule into the same policy or different policy
      9.  
        Deleting schedules, backup selections, or clients from a policy
      10. Policy Attributes tab
        1.  
          Policy type (policy attribute)
        2.  
          Data classifications (policy attribute)
        3. Policy storage (policy attribute)
          1.  
            Considerations for selecting a destination for Policy storage
        4. Policy volume pool (policy attribute)
          1.  
            Example of overriding the policy volume pool
        5. Take checkpoints every __ minutes (policy attribute)
          1.  
            Checkpoint restart for restore jobs
        6.  
          Limit jobs per policy (policy attribute)
        7.  
          Job priority (policy attribute)
        8.  
          Media Owner (policy attribute)
        9.  
          Go into effect at (policy attribute)
        10.  
          Follow NFS (policy attribute)
        11. Backup Network Drives (policy attribute)
          1.  
            Example of using UNC paths to back up a shared folder
          2.  
            Example of using Backup Network Drives (policy attribute) to back up a shared folder
        12. Cross mount points (policy attribute)
          1.  
            Examples of using Cross mount points and Follow NFS in combination
        13.  
          Compression (policy attribute)
        14. Encryption (policy attribute)
          1.  
            About NetBackup encryption options
        15.  
          Collect disaster recovery information for Bare Metal Restore (policy attribute)
        16. Collect true image restore information (policy attribute) with and without move detection
          1.  
            Example of true image restores
        17.  
          Allow multiple data streams (policy attribute)
        18.  
          Disable client-side deduplication (policy attribute)
        19.  
          Enable granular recovery (policy attribute)
        20. Use Accelerator (policy attribute)
          1.  
            How the NetBackup Accelerator works
          2.  
            Accelerator and the Windows change journal
          3.  
            Accelerator notes and requirements
          4.  
            Accelerator backups and the NetBackup catalog
          5.  
            Configuring Accelerator
          6.  
            Accelerator messages in the backup job details log
          7.  
            NetBackup logs for Accelerator
          8.  
            Log messages about the Use Change Journal option and Accelerator
          9.  
            About reporting the amount of Accelerator backup data that was transferred over the network
          10.  
            Replacing the Accelerator image size with the network-transferred data in NetBackup command output
        21. Enable optimized backup of Windows deduplicated volumes
          1.  
            About backups and restores of Microsoft Data Deduplication file systems
          2.  
            Configuration for Microsoft Data Deduplication file system backups
        22.  
          Keyword phrase (policy attribute)
        23.  
          Snapshot Client and Replication Director (policy attributes)
        24.  
          Perform block level incremental backups (policy attributes)
        25. Use Replication Director (policy attributes)
          1.  
            Validate Policy dialog box
        26.  
          Perform snapshot backups (policy attributes)
        27.  
          Microsoft Exchange Attributes (policy attributes)
      11.  
        Schedules tab
      12. Schedule Attributes tab
        1.  
          Name (schedule attribute)
        2. Type of backup (schedule attribute)
          1.  
            About incremental backups
          2.  
            How NetBackup determines when Windows files are due for backup
          3.  
            How NetBackup determines when UNIX files are due for backup
          4.  
            Considerations for user schedules
          5.  
            How to plan schedules for user backups and user archives
        3.  
          Synthetic backup (schedule attribute)
        4.  
          Accelerator forced rescan option (schedule attribute)
        5.  
          Calendar (schedule attribute)
        6. Frequency (schedule attribute)
          1.  
            About backup frequency
        7.  
          Instant Recovery (schedule attribute)
        8. Multiple copies (schedule attribute)
          1.  
            About configuring multiple copies
          2.  
            Configure Multiple Copies dialog box
          3.  
            Configuring multiple copies in a policy schedule
        9.  
          Override policy storage (schedule attribute)
        10.  
          Override policy volume pool (schedule attribute)
        11.  
          Override media owner (schedule attribute)
        12. Retention (schedule attribute)
          1.  
            About assigning retention periods
        13. Media multiplexing (schedule attribute)
          1.  
            Example of using multiplexing with schedules
          2.  
            About demultiplexing
      13. Start Window tab
        1.  
          Adding, changing, or deleting a time window in a policy schedule
        2.  
          Example of schedule duration
      14.  
        Excluding days from a schedule
      15. Include Dates tab
        1.  
          Calendar scheduling with the Include Dates tab
      16.  
        How NetBackup determines which schedule to run next
      17.  
        About schedule windows that span midnight
      18. How open schedules affect calendar-based and frequency-based schedules
        1.  
          Creating an open schedule in the NetBackup Administration Console
        2.  
          Runtime considerations that affect backup frequency
      19. About the Clients tab
        1.  
          Adding or changing clients in a policy
        2.  
          Installing client software on secure and trusting UNIX clients
        3.  
          Browse for Hyper-V virtual machines
      20. Backup Selections tab
        1.  
          Adding backup selections to a policy
        2. Verifying the Backup Selections list
          1.  
            Example log messages from the File System Backup Coverage Report (check_coverage)
        3.  
          How to reduce backup time
        4.  
          Pathname rules for Windows client backups
        5.  
          Pathname rules for Windows disk image (raw) backups
        6.  
          Pathname rules for Windows registry backups
        7.  
          About hard links to files and directories
        8. Pathname rules for UNIX client backups
          1.  
            UNIX raw partitions
          2.  
            About backing up and restoring extended attribute files and named data streams
        9.  
          Pathname rules for the clients that run extension products
        10. About the directives on the Backup Selections list
          1.  
            ALL_FILESYSTEMS and VOLUME_EXCLUDE_LIST directives
          2. ALL_LOCAL_DRIVES directive
            1.  
              ALL_LOCAL_DRIVES example: Auto-discovery mode
            2.  
              ALL_LOCAL_DRIVES example: Without multiple data streams
          3.  
            System State:\ directive
          4.  
            Shadow Copy Components:\ directive
          5.  
            Directives for specific policy types
          6.  
            NEW_STREAM directive
          7.  
            About the administrator-defined streaming mode
          8.  
            About the auto-discovery streaming mode
          9.  
            About setting the preprocess interval for auto-discovery
          10.  
            UNSET and UNSET_ALL directives
        11.  
          Files that are excluded from backups by default
        12.  
          About excluding files from automatic backups
        13.  
          Files that are excluded by Microsoft Windows Backup
      21.  
        VMware Policy tab
      22.  
        Hyper-V Policies tab
      23. Disaster Recovery tab
        1.  
          Adding policies to the Critical Policies list of a catalog backup policy
      24.  
        Creating a Vault policy
      25.  
        Performing manual backups
      26. Active Directory granular backups and recovery
        1.  
          System requirements for Active Directory granular NetBackup backups and recovery
        2. Creating a policy that allows Active Directory granular restores
          1.  
            Active Directory backups are full backups
        3.  
          Restoring Active Directory objects
        4.  
          Troubleshooting granular restore issues
    2. Synthetic backups
      1.  
        About synthetic backups
      2.  
        Recommendations for synthetic backups and restores
      3.  
        Synthetic full backups
      4.  
        Synthetic cumulative incremental backups
      5.  
        Schedules that must appear in a policy for synthetic backups
      6.  
        Adding clients to a policy for synthetic backups
      7.  
        Change journal and synthesized backups
      8.  
        True image restore and synthesized backups
      9.  
        Displaying synthetic backups in the Activity Monitor
      10.  
        Logs produced during synthetic backups
      11.  
        Synthetic backups and directory and file attributes
      12. Using the multiple copy synthetic backups method
        1.  
          Configuring multiple copy synthetic backups
        2.  
          Configuration variables for multiple copy synthetic backups
        3.  
          Multiple copy synthetic backups configuration examples
      13.  
        Optimized synthetic backups
      14.  
        Optimized synthetic backups for deduplication
    3. Protecting the NetBackup catalog
      1.  
        About the NetBackup catalog
      2. Parts of the NetBackup catalog
        1. About the NetBackup relational database
          1.  
            About the NetBackup relational database on Windows
          2.  
            About the NetBackup relational database on UNIX
          3.  
            About the Enterprise Media Manager (EMM)
        2. About the NetBackup image database
          1.  
            About NetBackup image files
          2.  
            About NetBackup image .f files
        3.  
          About the catalog backup of cloud configuration files
      3. Protecting the NetBackup catalog
        1.  
          About catalog backups
        2.  
          Using the Catalog Backup Wizard to configure a catalog backup
        3.  
          Using the Policy Configuration Wizard to configure a catalog backup
        4.  
          Configuring a catalog backup manually
        5.  
          Backing up NetBackup catalogs manually
        6.  
          Concurrently running catalog backups with other backups
        7.  
          About catalog policy schedules
        8.  
          How catalog incrementals and standard backups interact on UNIX
        9.  
          Determining whether or not a catalog backup succeeded
        10.  
          Strategies that ensure successful NetBackup catalog backups
      4.  
        Recovering the catalog
      5.  
        Disaster recovery emails and the disaster recovery file
      6. Archiving the catalog and restoring from the catalog archive
        1.  
          Creating a catalog archiving policy
        2.  
          Catalog archiving commands
        3.  
          Catalog archiving considerations
        4.  
          Extracting images from the catalog archives
      7. Estimating catalog space requirements
        1.  
          NetBackup file size considerations on UNIX systems
        2.  
          About the binary catalog format
        3.  
          Moving the image catalog
        4. About image catalog compression
          1.  
            Uncompressing the NetBackup catalog
    4. About the NetBackup relational database
      1. About the NetBackup relational database (NBDB) installation
        1. About NetBackup master server installed directories and files
          1.  
            Relocating the NetBackup database
          2.  
            About the NetBackup server.conf file
          3.  
            About the databases.conf file
          4.  
            About the registration.dat file on Windows
          5.  
            About the vxdbms_env.csh, vxdbms_env.sh scripts (on UNIX)
          6.  
            About the bin directory
          7.  
            About the contents of the NetBackup directories
          8.  
            About the data directory
        2.  
          About the NetBackup configuration entry
        3.  
          Sybase SQL Anywhere server management
        4.  
          Sybase SQL Anywhere and clustered environments
      2. Using the NetBackup Database Administration utility on Windows
        1. About the General tab of the NetBackup Database Administration utility
          1.  
            About fragmentation
        2. About the Tools tab of the NetBackup Database Administration utility
          1.  
            Changing the DBA password using the NetBackup Database Administration utility
          2.  
            Moving the NetBackup database files
          3.  
            Exporting database schema and data
          4.  
            Copying or backing up the database files
          5.  
            Restoring database files from a backup
      3. Using the NetBackup Database Administration utility on UNIX
        1.  
          About the Select/Restart Database and Change Password menu options
        2.  
          About the Database Space and Memory Management menu options
        3.  
          About the Database Validation Check and Rebuild menu options
        4.  
          About the Move Database menu options
        5.  
          About the Unload Database menu options
        6.  
          About the Backup and Restore Database menu options
      4. Post-installation tasks
        1.  
          Changing the NetBackup database password
        2.  
          Moving NBDB database files after installation
        3.  
          Adding a mirrored transaction log
        4. Creating the NBDB database manually
          1.  
            Additional create_nbdb options
      5. About backup and recovery procedures
        1.  
          Database transaction log
        2.  
          About catalog recovery
        3.  
          Commands for backing up and recovering the relational databases
        4.  
          About the catalog backup process
      6.  
        Unloading the NetBackup database
      7.  
        Terminating database connections
      8.  
        Moving the NetBackup database from one host to another
    5. Managing backup images
      1.  
        About the Catalog utility
      2.  
        About searching for backup images
      3.  
        Verifying backup images
      4.  
        Viewing job results
      5.  
        Promoting a copy to a primary copy
      6. Duplicating backup images
        1.  
          Multiplexed duplication considerations
        2.  
          Jobs that appear while making multiple copies
      7.  
        Expiring backup images
      8. About importing backup images
        1.  
          About importing expired images
        2.  
          Importing backup images
  6. Section VI. Configuring replication
    1. About NetBackup replication
      1.  
        About NetBackup replication
      2. About NetBackup Auto Image Replication
        1.  
          One-to-many Auto Image Replication model
        2.  
          Cascading Auto Image Replication model
        3.  
          About the domain relationship for replication
        4.  
          About the replication topology for Auto Image Replication
        5. Viewing the replication topology for Auto Image Replication
          1.  
            Sample volume properties output for MSDP replication
          2.  
            Sample volume properties output for OpenStorage backup replication
        6.  
          About trusted master servers for Auto Image Replication
        7. About the storage lifecycle policies required for Auto Image Replication
          1.  
            Replicating to all inter-domain targets or to a specific target
          2.  
            Customizing how nbstserv runs duplication and import jobs
        8.  
          Using NetBackup Access Control (NBAC) with Auto Image Replication
        9.  
          Auto Image Replication setup overview
        10.  
          How to resolve volume changes for Auto Image Replication
        11. Removing or replacing replication relationships in an Auto Image Replication configuration
          1.  
            Adding or removing a replication relationship between two storage servers
          2.  
            Removing all replication relationships between a domain and a storage server
          3.  
            Replacing all replication relationships between a domain and a storage server
          4.  
            Removing or replacing all replication relationships involving a storage server
          5.  
            Example: Replacing a storage server in a non-targeted Auto Image Replication configuration
          6.  
            Example: Replacing a storage server in a cascading, targeted Auto Image Replication configuration
        12.  
          About restoring from a backup at a target master domain
        13.  
          Reporting on Auto Image Replication jobs
      3.  
        About NetBackup Replication Director
  7. Section VII. Monitoring and reporting
    1. Monitoring NetBackup activity
      1.  
        About the Activity Monitor
      2.  
        Setting Activity Monitor options
      3. About the Jobs tab
        1.  
          Viewing job details in the Activity Monitor
        2.  
          Showing or hiding column heads in the Activity Monitor
        3.  
          Monitoring the detailed status of a selected job in the Activity Monitor
        4.  
          Deleting completed jobs in the Activity Monitor
        5.  
          Canceling a job that has not completed in the Activity Monitor
        6.  
          Restarting a failed (completed) job in the Activity Monitor
        7.  
          Suspending restore or backup jobs in the Activity Monitor
        8.  
          Resuming suspended or incomplete jobs in the Activity Monitor
        9.  
          Printing job list information in the Activity Monitor
        10.  
          Exporting Activity Monitor data to a text file
        11.  
          Printing job detail information
        12.  
          Copying Activity Monitor text to a file
        13.  
          Changing the Job Priority dynamically from the Activity Monitor
      4. About the Daemons tab
        1.  
          Using the nbrbutil utility to configure the NetBackup Resource Broker
        2.  
          Types of NetBackup daemons
        3.  
          Monitoring NetBackup daemons
        4.  
          Starting or stopping a daemon
        5.  
          Displaying all media servers in the Activity Monitor
      5. About the Processes tab
        1.  
          Monitoring NetBackup processes in the Process Details dialog box
      6. About the Drives tab
        1.  
          Monitoring tape drives
        2.  
          Cleaning tape drives from the Activity Monitor
      7.  
        About the Error Logs tab
      8. About the jobs database
        1.  
          Changing the default bpdbjobs_options values
        2.  
          About the BPDBJOBS_OPTIONS environment variable
        3.  
          bpdbjobs command line options
        4.  
          Enabling the bpdbjobs debug log
      9.  
        About the Device Monitor
      10.  
        About media mount errors
      11. About pending requests and actions
        1.  
          About pending requests for storage units
        2.  
          Resolving a pending request
        3.  
          Resolving a pending action
        4.  
          Resubmitting a request
        5.  
          Denying a request
    2. Reporting in NetBackup
      1.  
        About the Reports utility
      2.  
        Running a report
      3.  
        Copying report text to another document
      4.  
        Saving or exporting a report
      5.  
        Printing a report
    3. Using the Logging Assistant
      1.  
        About the Logging Assistant
      2.  
        Logging Assistant sequence of operation
      3.  
        Viewing the Logging Assistant records
      4.  
        Viewing the details of a Logging Assistant record
      5.  
        Adding a new Logging Assistant record
      6.  
        Deleting a Logging Assistant record
      7.  
        Setting up debug logging
      8.  
        Set minimum debug logging
      9.  
        Disabling debug logging
      10.  
        Collecting debug logs
      11.  
        Collecting nbsu output
  8. Section VIII. Administering NetBackup
    1. Management topics
      1.  
        Configuring the NetBackup Client Service
      2.  
        NetBackup naming conventions
      3.  
        Wildcard use in NetBackup
      4.  
        Wildcard characters in backup selections for an NDMP policy
    2. Accessing a remote server
      1. Prerequisites for accessing a remote server
        1.  
          Allow access to another server
        2.  
          Authorize users of one server to access another server
      2.  
        Accessing remote servers
      3.  
        Troubleshooting remote server administration
    3. Using the NetBackup Remote Administration Console
      1.  
        About the NetBackup Remote Administration Console
      2.  
        About authorizing NetBackup users
      3.  
        Authorization file (auth.conf) characteristics
      4.  
        About authorizing nonroot users for specific applications
      5.  
        About authorizing specific tasks in the Backup, Archive, and Restore user interface
      6.  
        About authorizing users on a Windows NetBackup server
      7.  
        Restricting access to the NetBackup Administration Console on Windows
      8. Run-time configuration options for the NetBackup Administration Console
        1.  
          FIREWALL_IN
        2.  
          FORCE_IPADDR_LOOKUP
        3.  
          INITIAL_MEMORY, MAX_MEMORY
        4.  
          MEM_USE_WARNING
        5.  
          NBJAVA_CLIENT_PORT_WINDOW
        6.  
          NBJAVA_CORBA_DEFAULT_TIMEOUT
        7.  
          NBJAVA_CORBA_LONG_TIMEOUT
        8.  
          PBX_PORT
        9.  
          VNETD_PORT
      9. About improving NetBackup performance
        1.  
          About running the NetBackup Administration Console locally
        2.  
          About running a console locally and administering a remote server
        3.  
          Enhancing console performance
        4.  
          Determining better performance when the console is run locally or uses remote display back
      10. About adjusting time zones in the NetBackup Administration console
        1.  
          Adjusting the time zone in the NetBackup Administration Console or the Backup, Archive, and Restore console
        2.  
          Configuring a custom time zone in the NetBackup Administration Console or the Backup, Archive, and Restore console
    4. Alternate server restores
      1.  
        About alternate server restores
      2.  
        About supported configurations for alternate server restores
      3. About performing alternate server restores
        1. About modifying the NetBackup catalogs
          1.  
            Modifying NetBackup catalogs when the server that wrote the media is available
          2.  
            Modifying NetBackup catalogs when the server that wrote the media is unavailable
        2. Overriding the original server for restores
          1.  
            Overriding the original server for restores manually
        3. About enabling automatic failover to an alternate server
          1.  
            Failing over to an alternate server
        4.  
          Expiring and importing media for alternate server restores
    5. Managing client backups and restores
      1.  
        About server-directed restores
      2. About client-redirected restores
        1.  
          About restore restrictions
        2.  
          Allowing all clients to perform redirected restores
        3.  
          Allowing a single client to perform redirected restores
        4.  
          Allowing redirected restores of a specific client's files
        5.  
          Examples of redirected restores
      3.  
        About restoring the files that have Access Control Lists (ACLs)
      4.  
        About setting the original atime for files during restores on UNIX
      5.  
        Restoring the System State
      6.  
        About the backup and restore of compressed files on VxFS file systems
      7.  
        About backups and restores on ReFS
    6. Powering down and rebooting NetBackup servers
      1.  
        Powering down and rebooting NetBackup servers
      2.  
        Shutting down and starting up all NetBackup services and daemons
      3.  
        Rebooting a NetBackup server
      4.  
        Rebooting a NetBackup media server
      5.  
        About displaying active processes with bpps on UNIX
      6.  
        About displaying robotic processes with vmps on UNIX
    7. About Granular Recovery Technology
      1.  
        About installing and configuring Network File System (NFS) for Active Directory Granular Recovery
      2. About configuring Services for Network File System (NFS) on Windows 2012 and Windows 2012 R2
        1.  
          Enabling Services for Network File System (NFS) on a Windows 2012 or Windows 2012 R2 media server
        2.  
          Enabling Services for Network File System (NFS) on a Windows 2012 or Windows 2012 R2 client
      3. About configuring Services for Network File System (NFS) on Windows 2008 and Windows 2008 R2
        1.  
          Enabling Services for Network File System (NFS) on Windows 2008 or Windows 2008 R2
        2.  
          Disabling the Client for NFS on the media server
        3.  
          Disabling the Server for NFS
      4.  
        Configuring a UNIX media server and Windows clients for backups and restores that use Granular Recovery Technology (GRT)
      5.  
        Configuring a different network port for NBFSD

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