Veritas NetBackup™ for SQLite Administrator's Guide
- Introduction to NetBackup for SQLite Agent
- Installing the NetBackup for SQLite Agent
- Configuring the NetBackup for SQLite
- NetBackup for SQLite backup and restore
- Troubleshooting for NetBackup for SQLite
- Appendix A. NetBackup for SQLite commands and conventions
- Appendix B. NetBackup for SQLite commands
Redirected restores lets you restore backup files to a client different from the client that originally performed the backup. The new location can be a different host or a different file path using a different name for the redirected restore. To redirect a restore to a different host, include the destination client name in the
Ensure that the SQLite agent and NetBackup are of same version for successful backup and restore operations.
To redirect a restore to a different host
- Update the
nbsqlite.conffile with the NetBackup client name as the host and the SQLite target directory as the directory where you want to redirect the restore.
- On the NetBackup master server, create an
altnamesdirectory for the host that you want to have permission to perform the redirected restore. For example, to give Host B permissions to restore from another host, create the following file:
(Linux RHEL and SLES)
- In the
altnamesdirectory, add the names of the client(s) whose files the requesting client wants to restore. For example, if you want Host B to have permissions to redirect restores from Host A, add Host A to the Host B file.
- Run the following command:
nbsqlite -o restore -S master_server_name -t target_directory -id db_backup_image_name] [-C client_name]
- After a successful redirected restore, undo the changes that you made on the master server and the client.