Veritas NetBackup™ for SAP Administrator's Guide
- Introduction to NetBackup for SAP
- Introduction to NetBackup SAP HANA
- Installing NetBackup for SAP
- Installing NetBackup for SAP HANA
- Configuring NetBackup for SAP
- About configuring a backup policy for SAP
- NetBackup for SAP backup scripts
- About SAP configuration files
- Configuring NetBackup for SAP HANA
- Configuring the master server for NetBackup SAP HANA
- Configuring the NetBackup client
- Configuring the SAP HANA Agent
- Performing backups and restores of SAP
- Using BRTools to start an SAP backup (for Oracle database only)
- Performing an SAP archive
- Restarting failed NetBackup for SAP backups and restores
- Restarting NetBackup for SAP backups
- Restarting SAP database restores on Oracle
- Performing backups and restores of SAP HANA
- NetBackup for SAP with Snapshot Client
- How the NetBackup for SAP Snapshot Client works
- About configuring Snapshot Client with NetBackup for SAP
- About configuring NetBackup for SAP block-level incremental backups on UNIX
- Configuring policies for BLI backups with NetBackup for SAP
- About NetBackup for SAP restores of volumes and file systems using snapshot rollback
- NetBackup for SAP on MaxDB databases
- Using NetBackup for SAP on a MaxDB database to perform backups and restores
- Troubleshooting NetBackup for SAP and SAP HANA
- NetBackup debug logs and reports
- sapdba logs and messages (Oracle-based SAP environments only)
- About troubleshooting NetBackup for SAP HANA
- Appendix A. backint command line interface
- Appendix B. Input and output files for SAP HANA
- Appendix C. backint -i in_file contents
- Appendix D. backint -o out_file contents
- Appendix E. NetBackup for SAP environment variables for backint
- Appendix F. NetBackup for SAP configuration or bp.conf file settings
- Appendix G. Parameters used in initSID.utl
- sort_backup_type <value>
- sort_restore_type <value>
- Appendix H. Configuring split mirror backups
- Appendix I. Register authorized locations
About backint command line interface for SAP HANA
To execute backup and recovery backint needs to be provided with additional information. This information is given through the command line options.
Table: backint command options lists the backint command options
Table: backint command options
The user ID defines a common name space for file names in a multi-host SAP HANA database. The user ID is bound to a database instance and used by all the servers in this instance.
The requested function
backup, restore, inquire, delete
Name of the vendor supplied parameter file
The name of the input file containing the parameters for the corresponding function (-f). If this option is not set, the input is read from stdin.
The backint uses this name of the output file to write return values and messages. If this option is not set, the output is written to stdout.
The database backup ID which can be used to determine which calls to backint belong to a specific multi-file backup. This option is only usable if the function is backup.
The number of objects that belong to the database backup ID specified using the - s option. This option is only usable if the function is backup and in combination with option - s.
The backup level indicates the type of backup. This option is only usable if the function is backup.
This option requests the version to be printed to stdout. One line describing backint API version and backint implementation version. It should be the same string as #SOFTWAREID in the output file. For example: backint 1.04 "ACME Corp backint 0815.2012.06.
Detailed version information, same as text as for option ' - v' plus additional lines with detailed version and or licensing information.
The SAP HANA database does not rely on any action that is related to the parameters that are passed with options - s, -c, or - l. These are for informational purposes only.
The SAP HANA database never calls the options - v and - V. They are for diagnosis only. The implementation of - V is optional.