Veritas NetBackup™ for Enterprise Vault™ Agent Administrator's Guide
- Introduction to NetBackup Enterprise Vault
- About NetBackup Enterprise Vault agent installation requirements
- Configuration requirements for upgrading the Enterprise Vault agent
- About features provided by Enterprise Vault for a backup provider
- Performing backups of Enterprise Vault
- Performing restores of Enterprise Vault
- About restoring Enterprise Vault SQL databases
- Disaster recovery
- Enterprise Vault Agent support for Enterprise Vault
- Policy configuration for Enterprise Vault
- Notes about Enterprise Vault 10.0 backups
- About Enterprise Vault agent backups
- About Enterprise Vault agent restores
- Enterprise Vault agent functionality and support for Enterprise Vault
- About NetBackup status-related troubleshooting information
- Appendix A. NetBackup Enterprise Vault Migrator
- Restoring Enterprise Vault migrated data from NetBackup
- Troubleshooting the Enterprise Vault migrator
- About troubleshooting issues with the migrator
- About Log Collection
Directory database consistencies
The following points help you to maintain the directory database consistency.
You should back up the directory database frequently. Veritas recommends that you back up this database daily.
You can protect all of the site-level databases (directory, monitoring, FSAReporting, and auditing databases) in a single policy.
You cannot select the EV_DIR_DB directive with the EV_INDEX_LOCATION= and the EV_OPEN_PARTITION= directives. In addition, you should not schedule a directory database policy backup to run at the same time as an index location backup policy or an open partition backup policy.
Before you make any change in the Enterprise Vault configuration, Veritas recommends that you back up the directory database first. Then after you change the Enterprise Vault configuration, back up the directory database again. Next, perform a full backup of the Enterprise Vault components that the configuration changes affected.