12-15-2022 11:19 AM
sorry for my english, i'm french speaking !
Our Master/Media servers are RedHat Linux and we have a lot of oracle clients. We are using OIP for backup the databases.
Our DBAs asking to us if there is possibility to giving to them more independence about management oracle instance like, adding instance in policies, remove from policies, register instances etc...
I know there is possibility to use the sudo command for Netbackup commands but there is another way like API, ?
Thanks for your help !
12-16-2022 12:54 AM
Netbackup Role Based Access Control is the way to go for delegating access.
Either way, some investigation and planning is required.
12-16-2022 02:22 AM
It might be worth trying out to see what you can do with nboraadm command at https://www.veritas.com/content/support/en_US/doc/15263389-150229497-0/v76045170-150229497 I know we can let a DBA register an instance in there (though we need to run the below to allow them to do it):
DBAs can run nboraadm on a NetBackup client if the backup administrator enables access to nboraadm by running the following command on the master server:
# nboraadm -add_dba <client_name> <user_name>
I've not tried to modify a policy, so i don't know how possible it is, but it could work.
As mentioned, NetBackup RBAC is another potential way to do it.
12-16-2022 04:33 AM
Thanks !!! I will check this for sure !!!!