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 bare-metal-troubleshooting

bare-metal-troubleshooting

The goal of this document is to provide Unitrends appliance users steps to easily troubleshoot BareMetal backup and recovery issues. This document should be used in addition to the information provided in the Unitrends Appliance and Agents User Manual and the Windows’ agent help files. This document does not cover Linux Hot BareMetal media creation and troubleshooting.

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Last Updated: 03/31/2015
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 groupwise-granular-restore

groupwise-granular-restore

To restore a GroupWise database you must first disable the GroupWise services, Next, restore the backup of the GroupWise domain and the backup of the GroupWise post office directories into separate locations (when preparing to perform the restore, the name of the target directory where the files will be restored should be different from the name of the directory from which the files were backed up.) Refer to the GroupWise chapter in the Agents User Manual for complete details on restoring a GroupWise backup.

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Last Updated: 03/31/2015
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 protect-oes2-clusters

protect-oes2-clusters

Every server participating in the cluster must be installed with the OES2 OS. Each server in the cluster, in addition to the cluster server, must be registered on the DPU appliance. The recommended OES2 cluster environment involves two physical OES2 servers - OES2-1 (192.168.000.100) and OES2-2 (192.168.000.101); and one cluster node OES_CLUSTER (192.168.000.111). The IP address used for the cluster node is the virtual cluster IP address that was specified during creation of the cluster. Therefore, all three of these clients must be registered. Use the RRC to register clients on the DPU appliance.

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Last Updated: 03/31/2015
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backup-dpv-to-dpu

backup-dpv-to-dpu

The recommended approach for backing up a DPV appliance to a DPU appliance is to create a logical client for the DPV on the DPU. It is recommended that you: Use a different DPU appliance for backing up the DPV than the DPU that has been configured to vault to a DPV appliance Connect the DPU appliance to the DPV over a Local Area Network (LAN) as opposed to a Wide Area Network (WAN) because of the amount of data being transferred. Ensure that the DPU appliance is sized and licensed appropriately based on the amount of data that will be backed up and the amount of retention you would like to achieve.

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Last Updated: 03/31/2015
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backup-sql-2000

backup-sql-2000

The information presented in this document is a supplement to the SQL Server Agent chapter in the Unitrends DPU Manual. The Best Practices detailed in the following sections will help ensure successful operations when using the Unitrends Backup Professional Microsoft SQL Server Agent to backup and restore SQL 2000 databases.

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Last Updated: 03/31/2015
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backup-sql-2005

backup-sql-2005

The information presented in this document is a supplement to the SQL Server Agent chapter in the Unitrends Appliance and Agents User Manual. The best practices detailed in the following sections will help ensure successful operations when using the Unitrends Backup Professional Microsoft SQL Server Agent to backup and restore SQL 2005 databases.

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Last Updated: 03/31/2015
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