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Backup Exchange 2010 on a master server linux

Backup Exchange 2010 on a master server linux 


I followed the following article and see that it is not for the process in relation to a backup based on a Linux (Red Hat) master server: 

 

link:

https://www-secure.symantec.com/connect/videos/exchange-2010-sp2-grt-netbackup-75

 

Backup Exchange 2010 on a master server linux 


I followed the following article and see that it is not for the process in relation to a backup based on a Linux (Red Hat) master server: 

link: 

Please support your bearings and get any article related to my solution: 

Master: Red Hat 
Media: Red Hat 
Client: Windows 2008, Exchange 2010 

Best regards.

 

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Do you want to configure GRT

Do you want to configure GRT backup to a Linux media server?

Please have a look at these official Symantec videos: 

http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO41825

This one says the following: 

NFS and GRT
For GRT to work properly, we need to install and configure certain NFS components on the Windows media servers being used for the backup, as well as the clients. On Windows platforms for either the media server or the client, the Windows version must be 2003 R2 SP2 minimum for NFS stability and compatibility with GRT. Other supported media server platforms are listed here:
AIX 5L
HP-UX HP 9000 PA-RISC
HP-UX HP Integrity (IA-64)
RedHat Enterprise Linux
Solaris SPARC
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server
 
For these platforms, we will not be covering the specifics of NFS configuration. Although NFS is typically setup for these operating systems already, it is recommended that this be confirmed.

 Also have a look at the following topic in  NetBackup for Microsoft Exchange Server Administrator's Guide http://www.symantec.com/docs/DOC5172 :

Configuring a UNIX or Linux media server and Windows clients for backups and restores that use Granular Recovery Technology

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Do you want to configure GRT

Do you want to configure GRT backup to a Linux media server?

Please have a look at these official Symantec videos: 

http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO41825

This one says the following: 

NFS and GRT
For GRT to work properly, we need to install and configure certain NFS components on the Windows media servers being used for the backup, as well as the clients. On Windows platforms for either the media server or the client, the Windows version must be 2003 R2 SP2 minimum for NFS stability and compatibility with GRT. Other supported media server platforms are listed here:
AIX 5L
HP-UX HP 9000 PA-RISC
HP-UX HP Integrity (IA-64)
RedHat Enterprise Linux
Solaris SPARC
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server
 
For these platforms, we will not be covering the specifics of NFS configuration. Although NFS is typically setup for these operating systems already, it is recommended that this be confirmed.

 Also have a look at the following topic in  NetBackup for Microsoft Exchange Server Administrator's Guide http://www.symantec.com/docs/DOC5172 :

Configuring a UNIX or Linux media server and Windows clients for backups and restores that use Granular Recovery Technology

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Thank you. -  Will analyze

Thank you. - 

Will analyze what sent 

From what I understand though my master server is linux distribution, nfs services?

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This is what I see in the

This is what I see in the manual as far as Unix or Linux media servers are concerned:

No other configuration is required for the UNIX or Linux media server.

About the Exchange client:

Enable or install NFS on the Exchange granular clients.
(See page reference in lines following this...)

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Thank you Marianne!

Thank you Marianne!