Veritas Storage Foundation and High Availability Solutions 5.1 SP1 HA and Disaster Recovery Solutions Guide for Enterprise Vault

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Table of Contents:
Introduction and Concepts
Introducing Veritas Storage Foundation and High Availability Solutions for Enterprise Vault
About clustering solutions with SFW HA
About high availability
How a high availability solution works
About replication
About disaster recovery
What you can do with a disaster recovery solution
Typical disaster recovery configuration
Where to get more information
Configuration Workflows
Configuration workflows for Enterprise Vault
About using the workflow tables
High availability (HA) configuration (New Server)
Disaster recovery configuration
DR configuration tasks: Primary site
DR configuration tasks: Secondary site
Using the Solutions Configuration Center
About the Solutions Configuration Center
Starting the Configuration Center
Available options from the Configuration Center
About running the Configuration Center wizards
Following the workflow in the Configuration Center
Solutions wizard logs
Requirements and Planning
Requirements and planning for your HA and DR configurations
Reviewing the requirements
Disk space requirements
Requirements for Veritas Storage Foundation High Availability for Windows (SFW HA)
Supported Enterprise Vault versions
System requirements for SFW HA
Network requirements for SFW HA
Permission requirements for SFW HA
Additional requirements for SFW HA
Best practices for SFW HA
Reviewing the HA configuration
Following the HA workflow in the Solutions Configuration Center
Reviewing the disaster recovery configuration
IP addresses for disaster recovery configuration
Supported disaster recovery configurations for service group dependencies
Installing and configuring SFW HA
Configuring the storage hardware and network
Installing Veritas Storage Foundation HA for Windows
Setting Windows driver signing options
Installing Storage Foundation HA for Windows
Resetting the driver signing options
Configuring cluster disk groups and volumes for Enterprise Vault
About cluster disk groups and volumes
Prerequisites for configuring cluster disk groups and volumes
Considerations for volumes for a VVR configuration
Sample disk group and volume configuration
Viewing the available disk storage
Creating a cluster disk group
Creating volumes
About managing disk groups and volumes
Importing a disk group and mounting a volume
Unmounting a volume and deporting a disk group
Adding drive letters to mount the volumes
Deporting the cluster disk group
Configuring the cluster
Configuring Web console
Configuring notification
Installing and configuring Enterprise Vault for failover
Installing Enterprise Vault
Configuring the Enterprise Vault service group
Before you configure an EV service group
Creating an EV service group
Configuring Enterprise Vault Server in a cluster environment
Setting service group dependencies for high availability
Verifying the Enterprise Vault cluster configuration
Setting up Enterprise Vault
Considerations when modifying an EV service group
Configuring disaster recovery for Enterprise Vault
Tasks for configuring disaster recovery for Enterprise Vault
Verifying your primary site configuration
Guidelines for installing SFW HA and configuring the cluster on the secondary site
Setting up security for VVR
Assigning user privileges (secure clusters only)
Configuring disaster recovery with the DR wizard
Cloning the storage on the secondary site using the DR wizard
Installing and configuring Enterprise Vault on the secondary site
Configuring VVR replication and global clustering
Setting service group dependencies for disaster recovery
Verifying the disaster recovery configuration
Establishing secure communication within the global cluster (optional)
Adding multiple DR sites (optional)
Recovery procedures for service group dependencies

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