NetBackup™ Web UI Microsoft SQL Server Administrator's Guide
- Introducing the NetBackup web user interface
- About NetBackup for SQL Server
- Installation and host configuration
- Monitoring and notifications
- Managing SQL Server discovery and credentials
- About discovery of SQL Server objects
- Managing protection plans for SQL Server
- Create a protection plan to protect SQL Server assets
- Protecting SQL Server
- Restoring SQL Server
- Using instant access with SQL Server
- Prerequisites when you configure an instant access SQL Server database
- Protecting SQL Server with VMware backups
- Create a protection plan to protect SQL Server data with a VMware backup
NetBackup for SQL Server terms
The table describes the important terms that might be new to a SQL Server database administrator or a NetBackup administrator.
Table: NetBackup for SQL Server terms
A complete backup of the database that contains all of the data files and the log file. (Note that a full backup does not truncate the transaction log.)
A backup of the changed blocks since the last full backup.
An ongoing record of updates that were made to a database.
Transaction log backup
Backs up the transactions that have occurred since the last transaction log backup. After a successful backup, the log is cleared so that new transactions can be written to the file. A transaction log backup can only be performed against a database that is configured to run in the full recovery model.
To copy data back to a SQL Server object.
To bring a database online as a result of a restore.
SQL Server host
The host machine on which SQL Server resides. It may also refer to the virtual name of a cluster that supports a SQL Server installation.
SQL Server instance
A SQL Server installation. If an instance is not specified, it is considered the default SQL instance for the SQL host.