Table 5 6 Description of types of backups Description Type of Backup Select

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Table 5-6 Description of types of backups Description Type of Backup Select this back up type to back up the entire SharePoint component database(s). Granular-level backups must be backed up with a full backup. A list is available for the objects that support full backups. For SharePoint 2010, see Table 5-8 . For SharePoint 2007, see Table 5-8 . Full Backup A user backup is not automatically scheduled and is initiated from the front-end Web server. This schedule allows for granular recovery. You may want a separate policy for User Backup schedule types. With a separate policy, you can easily separate user-directed and scheduled backups when you restore files. If you create a separate policy for User Backup schedule types, the considerations are similar to those for automatic backups. A backup selections list is not needed because users select the files before the backup begins. User Backup This type of backup is not supported for SharePoint Server. Cumulative Incremental backup 69 Configuring NetBackup for SharePoint backup policies About configuring a backup policy for a SharePoint database
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Table 5-6 Description of types of backups (continued) Description Type of Backup Select this backup type to only back up the changes that are made to the database since the last full backup or previous incremental backup. You cannot restore individual items from an incremental restore. A list is available for the objects that support incremental backups. For SharePoint 2010, see Table 5-8 . For SharePoint 2007, see Table 5-8 . Note: The SharePoint 2007 Shared Search Index database and Index Files only support full backups. Therefore, Symantec recommends that these databases are excluded from the differential incremental schedule. If these databases are included in this type of schedule, a full backup is performed as part of the incremental backup. Note: Incremental backups are not supported for granular-level backups. Differential Incremental backup Table 5-7 describes the schedule types that are supported for SharePoint Server 2010 and SharePoint Foundation objects. Table 5-7 Schedule types supported for SharePoint Server 2010 and SharePoint Foundation objects Schedule type SharePoint2010/SharePointFoundation objects Full backup , Differential Incremental backup Configuration DB Full backup, Differential Incremental backup Global Settings Full backup, Differential Incremental backup Single Sign-On Full backup Web Appplication/Content DB/ (including individual document restores) Full backup WSS Help Search/Index Files Full backup, Differential Incremental backup WSS Help Search/Search DB Full backup, Differential Incremental backup WSS Administration/Web App/Content DB Full backup, Differential Incremental backup Shared Services/Services DB Configuring NetBackup for SharePoint backup policies About configuring a backup policy for a SharePoint database 70
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Table 5-7 Schedule types supported for SharePoint Server 2010 and SharePoint Foundation objects (continued) Schedule type SharePoint2010/SharePointFoundation objects Full backup
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