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In this example, you are a Data Domain system user who needs to retrieve datathat was backed up to the Data Domain. Without touching the actual data, thesystem administrator has provided you access to a snapshot of your data.As a user, you are able to make a fast copy of the snapshot and restore anyavailable data.2.In theFast Copywindow, in theSourcetext field, enter:/data/col1/backup/.snapshot/first/test3.In theDestinationtext field, enter: /data/col1/backup/fast_test
EMC Education Services117StepAction4.ClickOK.This closes the Fast Copy window and opens the Fast Copy Statuswindow.5.In theFast Copy Statuswindow, review the status, and ensure the operationcompleted successfully.6.ClickClose.Note: At this writing, the Fast Copy Status may falsely report an errorthat the user is not authorized to execute the Fast Copy operation. ClickCloseand continue through the exercise.Continued on next page
EMC Education Services118Lab 5.3: Part 2Access Fast CopyStepAction1.In your Windows virtual machine, go to theB:drive window.2.Ensure you are at the root of theB:drive.3.Look for thefast_testfolder. If you don’t see the folder, click theViewmenuand selectRefreshto refresh the screen.You should now see thefast_testfolder.4.Open thefast_testfolder, and review the contents.You should see the same contents as in the snapshot you stored.End of Lab Exercise
EMC Education Services119Lab Exercise 5.4: Configuring File System CleaningPurpose:In this lab, you configure and run file system cleaning on aData Domain system using the System Manager and note theeffect file system cleaning has on deleted MTrees.Tasks:Delete an MTreeRe-Create an MTreeConfiguring File System CleaningStart File System CleaningRe-Create an MTree After CleaningDestroy the File SystemCreate the File SystemPrerequisites:Completion of this lab requires that you have alreadycompleted lab 1.2, part 1. If you did not complete lab 1.2, orneed assistance with logging in to the Data Domain SystemManage, refer back to lab 1.2.You will also need to have completed lab 2.2: Performing aninitial setup to have created and enabled the file system.
EMC Education Services120Lab 5.4: Part 1Delete an MTreeStepAction1.If you are not already, log in to the System Manager using the DDAdmincredentials and navigate toData Management>MTree.2.In the MTree pane, check the box for the /data/col1/support.3.Uncheck any other boxes in the list that may be checked.4.ClickDelete.A warning appears.5.ClickOK.A status window appears and indicates when the deletion is complete.6.ClickClose.7.Confirm in the MTree window of the System Manager that the support MTree isno longer listed.Continued on next page
EMC Education Services121Lab 5.4: Part 2Re-Create an MTreeStepAction1.In the System Manager, navigate toData Management>MTree.

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