Veritas NetBackup™ for DB2 Administrator's Guide
- Introduction to NetBackup for DB2
- Installing NetBackup for DB2
- Verifying the operating system and platform compatibility
- About log archiving
- Configuring NetBackup for DB2
- About configuring a backup policy for DB2
- About adding backup selections to a DB2 policy
- About backing up archive log files with the user exit program
- Configuring the run-time environment
- Creating a db2.conf file for use with the user exit program
- Creating a db2.conf file (vendor method)
- Configuring bp.conf files in a cluster environment
- About NetBackup for DB2 templates and shell scripts
- Creating DB2 scripts manually
- Performing backups and restores of DB2
- About user-directed backups
- Performing a database restore
- Using the NetBackup for DB2 recovery wizard
- Using DB2 to perform a restore
- About an alternate restore
- Using Snapshot Client with NetBackup for DB2
- About NetBackup for DB2 with Snapshot Client operations
- Restoring NetBackup for DB2 from a snapshot backup
- About configuring NetBackup for DB2 block-level incremental backups on UNIX
- Configuring policies for BLI backups with NetBackup for DB2
- About Snapshot Client effects
- Troubleshooting NetBackup for DB2
- About the NetBackup for DB2 log files
- Appendix A. Configuration for a DB2 EEE (DPF) environment
- Appendix B. Using NetBackup for DB2 with SAP®
- Appendix C. Register authorized locations
Using DB2 to perform a restore
The exact process for recovering a DB2 database differs from site to site depending on the following: the methods that are used for backing up the archive logs, the settings that are used in the NetBackup for DB2 configuration file, db2.conf, and the location of the archive logs.
The following procedures show how to restore an example database to the level of a recent database backup plus archive logs:
See Recovering a DB2 database - Simplest case.
Use this procedure if the archive logs are in an accessible location and they were all created with the same parameters in db2.conf.
See Recovering a DB2 database - Restoring archive logs.
This case is more complex. Use this procedure if you have to browse for archive logs and restore them from secondary storage.
For more information on how to recover a DB2 database, see your DB2 documentation.