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Raghu On Tech Pro tips on managing data at scale Task Description: Configure Db2 LUW database and transactions log backups to use Veritas NetBackup Enterprise backup solution. Task Assumptions: The task procedure in the next section makes following assumptions. As a result please read below bullet points carefully. You are using RedHat Enterprise Linux family related Operating System. You already installed NetBackup client on the Db2 server that you are planning to configure NetBackup. Installed NetBackup at “ /usr/openv/netbackup “. Database name is assumed to be SAMPLE. Your NetBackup Administrator created a NetBackup policies of type Db2 and of names DB2_<APPLICATIONAME>_BACKUPS, DB2_<APPLICATIONNAME>_LOGS Where <APPLICATIONNAME> is the name of your application and an assumption is made that MAXIMA is my application name. So my policy names would become DB2_MAXIMA_BACKUPS and DB2_MAXIMA_LOGS . You already negotiated retention policies for backup and log policies with your NetBackup Administrator. You already requested your NetBackup Admin to add the Db2 server as the client for the NetBackup policies (database and logs). How To Con±gure DB2 To Use NetBackup ? by RaghuMar 16, 2018DB2, DB2 Backup and Recovery0 comments a By continuing to use the site, you agree to the use of cookies. more information Accept Accept Back To Top
Task Procedure: Before you can backup your database and transaction logs using Veritas NetBackup solution, you need to perform some configuration with respect to NetBackup and DB2. Therefore, we will see the configuration in the initial part of this procedure. Update NetBackup Configuration File: Configure /usr/openv/netbackup/bp.conf , below is how my /usr/openv/netbackup/bp.conf file looks. If its not obvious, I modified the hostnames for my netbackup media and master servers. I also modified my Db2 server name. I actually got the above information from my NetBackup administrator. In the above output, the first “ SERVER ” entry is the NetBackup master server name (both short and long hostnames). Rest of the 9 “ SERVER entries belong to media servers. NetBackup master server is the one that owns the scheduler, have job information, client information, policy information and access to backend database(s) to update any of the job/policy related information. SERVER = nbmaster SERVER = nbmaster.example.com SERVER = nbmedia1 SERVER = nbmedia1.example.com SERVER = nbmedia2 SERVER = nbmedia2.example.com SERVER = nbmedia3 SERVER = nbmedia3.example.com SERVER = nbmedia4 SERVER = nbmedia4.example.com SERVER = nbmedia5 SERVER = nbmedia5.example.com SERVER = nbmedia6 SERVER = nbmedia6.example.com SERVER = nbmedia7 SERVER = nbmedia7.example.com SERVER = nbmedia8 SERVER = nbmedia8.example.com SERVER = nbmedia9 SERVER = nbmedia9.example.com CLIENT_NAME = yourdb2server.example.com CONNECT_OPTIONS = localhost 1 0 2 EMMSERVER = nbmaster.example.com By continuing to use the site, you agree to the use of cookies. more information Accept Accept Back To Top
Where as NetBackup media server(s) are optional that means if your

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