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Using NetBackup for SQL Server with Snapshot Client Configuring a snapshot backup

  • If you wish to use a specific snapshot method, click Snapshot Client Options. In the Snapshot Client Options dialog box, from the Snapshot method list, choose the method you wish to use for this policy.

See the NetBackup Snapshot Client Administrator’s Guide for details selecting the snapshot method and automatic snapshot selection.

7

Select Retain snapshots for Instant Recovery.

NetBackup retains the snapshot on disk, so that instant recovery can be performed from the snapshot. A normal backup to storage is also performed, if you do not choose to create a snapshot only (see step 8).

8

To configure schedules, click on the Schedules tab.

a

Follow the instructions in the “Configuration” chapter to configure an Application and Automatic schedule.

Optional: If you wish to create a disk image only, open the Application schedule and select an instant recovery option.

If Snapshots and copy snapshots to a storage unit is selected, NetBackup creates a disk snapshot and backs up the client’s data to the storage unit specified for the policy.

If Snapshots only is selected, the image is not backed up to tape or other storage. NetBackup creates a disk snapshot only. Note that this disk snapshot is not considered a replacement for traditional backup.

b

9

Use the Clients tab to specify clients to be backed up by this policy.

Refer to the “Configuration” chapter earlier in this manual for details on adding clients to a policy.

10 11

Use the Backup Selections tab to enter the batch files.

Configure other attributes, and add the desired schedules and backup selections.

Refer to the “Configuration” chapter earlier in this manual for details on adding clients to a policy.

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Click OK to close the dialog box.

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