Only those policy options that are necessary to configure Replication Director

Only those policy options that are necessary to

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Only those policy options that are necessary to configure Replication Director are listed in the following procedure. For descriptions of all policy options, see the NetBackup Administrator's Guide, Volume I or the online Help. Configuring a Standard or MS-Windows policy to protect clients using NDMP with Data Mover The following procedure describes how to configure a Standard or MS-Windows backup policy to create Replication Director snapshots of NetBackup client data using NDMP with Data Mover. 81 Configuring backup policies for snapshots and snapshot replication Configuring a Standard or MS-Windows policy to protect clients using NDMP with Data Mover
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This method requires that NetBackup mount each client to create the snapshot. Figure 7-3 Example of a Standard policy configuration to use NDMP with Data Mover To create a Standard or MS-Windows policy to use NDMP with Data Mover 1 Before NetBackup can perform NDMP with Data Mover backups: Make sure that you've added the NDMP host credentials so NetBackup can access the NAS host. See “Authorizing NetBackup access to a NAS (NDMP) host” on page 89. Make sure that NDMP is enabled on the NetApp storage by using the appropriate command. Refer to either of the following topics for more information: See “Software required to use NetApp Data ONTAP 7-Mode with Replication Director” on page 126. 82 Configuring backup policies for snapshots and snapshot replication Configuring a Standard or MS-Windows policy to protect clients using NDMP with Data Mover
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See “Software required to use NetApp Clustered Data ONTAP with Replication Director” on page 137. 2 In the NetBackup Administration Console , create a backup policy. Do not use the Policy Configuration Wizard to configure a policy for Replication Director. 3 Configure the options on the policy Attributes tab. The following items are specific to creating a policy for Replication Director: Policy type : Select Standard for a policy containing UNIX clients. Select MS-Windows for a policy containing Windows clients. Policy storage : Select the SLP that you want to use that has been configured for snapshot replication. See “Creating a storage lifecycle policy for snapshots and snapshot replication” on page 52. Use Replication Director : Enable Use Replication Director to automatically select other options that Replication Director requires. Perform off-host backup : Enable, then select the following: Use Data Mover . NDMP as the Machine selection. 4 Select the Schedules tab and configure the schedules as you would for any other policy. 5 Select the Clients tab. Specify the clients to be backed up. 6 Select the Backup Selections tab to specify the files and directories to be backed up on each client. Note: Backup selections for both SAN devices and NAS volumes are not supported in a single backup policy.
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