Veritas NetBackup™ Troubleshooting Guide
- Troubleshooting procedures
- Troubleshooting NetBackup problems
- Troubleshooting vnetd proxy connections
- Troubleshooting security certificate revocation
- Verifying host name and service entries in NetBackup
- Frozen media troubleshooting considerations
- Troubleshooting problems with the NetBackup web services
- Resolving PBX problems
- Troubleshooting problems with validation of the remote host
- About troubleshooting Auto Image Replication
- Using NetBackup utilities
- About the NetBackup support utility (nbsu)
- About the NetBackup consistency check utility (NBCC)
- About the robotic test utilities
- Disaster recovery
- About disk recovery procedures for UNIX and Linux
- About clustered NetBackup server recovery for UNIX and Linux
- About disk recovery procedures for Windows
- About clustered NetBackup server recovery for Windows
- About recovering the NetBackup catalog
- About NetBackup catalog recovery and OpsCenter
- About recovering the entire NetBackup catalog
- About recovering the NetBackup catalog image files
- About recovering the NetBackup relational database
About disaster recovery requirements
Veritas strongly recommends that during NetBackup installation in a disaster recovery mode after a disaster, you use the same master server name that is available in the disaster recovery email.
Certificates for active and inactive nodes are not recovered during catalog recovery. Therefore, you must manually deploy certificates on all cluster nodes using a reissue token after you install NetBackup in a disaster recovery mode.
For a successful disaster recovery in all environments, you must know:
The location of the disaster recovery package (.drpkg) file.
The passphrase for that specific disaster recovery package.
If the passphrase is lost, refer to the following article to get the host identity back.
If external CA-signed certificates are used for host communication in your NetBackup domain, ensure the following before you start disaster recovery installation:
You have configured the required Certificate Revocation Lists (CRLs).
You have copied the valid external certificates in Windows certificate store, if they were not backed up during catalog backup.
Be aware that NetBackup does not support push, remote, or silent installation for the disaster recovery of master servers. Exception: NetBackup supports these installation methods for hosts in a NetBackup master server cluster.