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Ajuda com a configuração do Bare Metal Restore (BRM)

Cleidson_Conde1
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Olá pessoal!

 

Estou com um projeto para implementar o Bare Metal Restore para os clients da minha empresa, porém estou encontrando certa dificuldade na sua implementação e em conseguir documentação para a sua configuração.

Gostaria de saber se existe alguma documentação ou passo a passo para me ajudar nesta tarefa.

 

Obrigado pela ajuda!

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Jaime_Vazquez
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You did not describe the version of NBU/BMR that is needed for this work.

What is the OS of the Master Server and of the different client systems?

Start with the BMR System Administrators Guide for basic installation and setup.

NetBackup 7.6 Bare Metal Restore Administrator's Guide
http://www.symantec.com/docs/DOC6472

Some things of note:

1. The BMR Master can only reside on the NBU Master.  The BMR database files live in the same place as the NBU database files. The command to set it up initially is "bmrsetupmaster".

2. Once a BMRDB is in place, clients will register to the database when the BMR option is enabled in the backup policy.  BMR only supports two policy types:  Unix Standard (type 0) and Windows.(type 13).

3. Supported clients are described in the OSCL guide.

NetBackup (tm) 7.x Operating System Compatibility List
http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH76648

 

4. Before a client can be recovered, you MUST have at least one FULL backup image for the client available.

5. All BMR recoveries require a BMR generated boot image file, called a Shared Resource Tree (SRT).  You need to create a BMR Boot Server for each supported OS before you can build an SRT. The Master or any client system can be a Boot Server. See this article:

Requirements for Bare Metal Restore (BMR) Boot Servers
http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH87607

Read up on the documents from this reply and then come back with more detailed questions of any problems.

 

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Hello everybody!

I have a project to implement the Bare Metal Restore for clients of my company, but I'm finding some difficulty in implementing and achieving documentation for your configuration.

I wonder if there is any documentation or step by step to help me in this task.

Thanks for your help!

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Alguns passos básicos iniciais podem ser encontrados a partir de página 74 aqui: http://www.symantec.com/connect/articles/netbackup-appliance-lab

Jaime_Vazquez
Level 6
Employee

You did not describe the version of NBU/BMR that is needed for this work.

What is the OS of the Master Server and of the different client systems?

Start with the BMR System Administrators Guide for basic installation and setup.

NetBackup 7.6 Bare Metal Restore Administrator's Guide
http://www.symantec.com/docs/DOC6472

Some things of note:

1. The BMR Master can only reside on the NBU Master.  The BMR database files live in the same place as the NBU database files. The command to set it up initially is "bmrsetupmaster".

2. Once a BMRDB is in place, clients will register to the database when the BMR option is enabled in the backup policy.  BMR only supports two policy types:  Unix Standard (type 0) and Windows.(type 13).

3. Supported clients are described in the OSCL guide.

NetBackup (tm) 7.x Operating System Compatibility List
http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH76648

 

4. Before a client can be recovered, you MUST have at least one FULL backup image for the client available.

5. All BMR recoveries require a BMR generated boot image file, called a Shared Resource Tree (SRT).  You need to create a BMR Boot Server for each supported OS before you can build an SRT. The Master or any client system can be a Boot Server. See this article:

Requirements for Bare Metal Restore (BMR) Boot Servers
http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH87607

Read up on the documents from this reply and then come back with more detailed questions of any problems.