Veritas NetBackup™ Cloud Administrator's Guide
- About NetBackup cloud storage
- About the cloud storage
- About the Amazon S3 cloud storage API type
- About protecting data in Amazon for long-term retention
- Protecting data using Amazon's cloud tiering
- About using Amazon IAM roles with NetBackup
- Protecting data with Amazon Snowball and Amazon Snowball Edge
- About Microsoft Azure cloud storage API type
- About OpenStack Swift cloud storage API type
- Configuring cloud storage in NetBackup
- Scalable Storage properties
- Cloud Storage properties
- About the NetBackup CloudStore Service Container
- About the NetBackup media servers for cloud storage
- Configuring a storage server for cloud storage
- NetBackup cloud storage server properties
- Configuring a storage unit for cloud storage
- Changing cloud storage disk pool properties
- Monitoring and Reporting
- Operational notes
- About unified logging
- About legacy logging
- Troubleshooting cloud storage configuration issues
- Troubleshooting cloud storage operational issues
Restoring from Amazon Glacier vault spans more than 24 hours for single fragment
This section does not apply to CloudCatalyst, only non-CloudCatalyst storage servers.
Archives stored in Amazon Glacier vault, once retrieved, are available for download for only 24 hours. If your NetBackup restore job (for images residing in Amazon Glacier vault) takes more than 24 hours to download a single fragment, the restore job may fail while reading the image. For example, if your fragment size is 512 GB and restore speed is less than 50 Mbps, the restore will fail.
To recover from this situation, do one of the following:
Use a check point restore.
Start a restore for the remaining files.
Duplicate the image with lesser fragment size.