Platform: NBU applicance 18.104.22.168, master+media server + MSDP
I am confused about deduplication and accelerator.
Assume I have 2 policies, A and B. Both policy are the same. Policy type VMware, backing up only 1 VM and is the same VM...
master/media server: NBU7.6.0,3 running in Windows 2012 standard
I have set up a policy to backup linux BMR.
The linux consist of 2 disks, sda and sdb.
sda1 is the boot partition, sda2 and sdb1 together formed a volume group vg_root.
Master server: 22.214.171.124, running on windows 2012.
Recently my company have purchased 1TB of platform base complete license, and I will use it to backup a SAP application running sybase database on RHEL.
To simply the work on setting up the ...
I want to know if the titled license include the accelerator and deduplication pool feature.
I googled and find some discussion articles, but no official guide:
I am now working with a backup solution to backup RHEL and Windows cluster. I know nothing about how to backup clustering environment.
Master Server will be installed on Windows Server 2012, with latest Netbackup release.
I believe ther...
my client to backup is a pure VM with VMDK. No RDM.
One more thing I'd like to ask,
As guided by Symatnec TSE they asked me to disable the CBT of VM.
Will that affect VMware backup performance? Should we disable this CBT feature of VM?
the VM ...
Thank you that's clear.
One more question regarding change of vmdk size.
Assume I have a 4TB vmdk.
I performed a full backup at the size of 4TB.
And then I increase the vmdk size by 1GB to 4097GB.
After that, I perform a differential backu...
Thanks very much for your advise! 2 more things to ask:
1. Does this license allow me to use MSDP? I have only one master server and it is also the media server.
2. Does this license allow me to use the vault management?
Thanks very muc...
I don't know about the cluster you mentioned, but my environment will gonna have a MS-cluster and RHEL GPS cluster.. which I am not sure if it is a must to enable "bus sharing" feature under vmware (as I heard from colleague, it is a must). Just want...