Veritas Storage Foundation™ and High Availability Solutions 6.0

Article:DOC5303  |  Created: 2012-02-04  |  Updated: 2012-04-01  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/DOC5303
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Description



Veritas Storage Foundation™ and High Availability Solutions 6.0

Contents

I. Solutions for Veritas Storage Foundation and High Availability products
1. Solutions for Veritas Storage Foundation and High Availability products
About Storage Foundation and High Availability Solutions
Feature support across Veritas Storage Foundation and High Availability Solutions 6.0 products
Using SmartMove and Thin Provisioning with DB2 and Sybase
Finding Veritas Storage Foundation and High Availability Solutions management feature information
II. Improving database performance
2. Overview of database accelerators
About Storage Foundation and High Availability Solutions products database accelerators
3. Improving database performance with Veritas Quick I/O
About Quick I/O
How to set up Quick I/O
Creating DB2 database containers or Sybase files as Quick I/O files using qiomkfile
Preallocating space for Quick I/O files using the setext command
Accessing regular VxFS files as Quick I/O files
About sparse files
Displaying Quick I/O status and file attributes
Extending a Quick I/O file in a DB2 or Sybase environment
Monitoring tablespace free space with DB2 and extending tablespace containers
Disabling Quick I/O
4. Improving database performance with Veritas Cached Quick I/O
About Cached Quick I/O
Tasks for setting up Cached Quick I/O
Enabling Cached Quick I/O on a file system
Determining candidates for Cached Quick I/O
Enabling and disabling Cached Quick I/O for individual files
5. Improving database performance with Veritas Concurrent I/O
About Concurrent I/O
Tasks for enabling and disabling Concurrent I/O
III. Using point-in-time copies
6. Understanding point-in-time copy methods
About point-in-time copies
When to use point-in-time copies
About Storage Foundation point-in-time copy technologies
7. Backing up and recovering
About Storage Foundation and High Availability Solutions backup and recovery use cases
Creating and maintaining a full image snapshot and incremental point-in-time copies
Online database backups
Backing up on an off-host cluster file system
Database recovery using Storage Checkpoints
8. Backing up and recovering in a NetBackup environment
About Veritas NetBackup
About using Veritas NetBackup for backup and restore for DB2
About using NetBackup for backup and restore for Sybase
About using Veritas NetBackup to backup and restore Quick I/O files for DB2
About using Veritas NetBackup to backup and restore Quick I/O files for Sybase
Using NetBackup in an SFHA Solutions product environment
9. Off-host processing
Storage Foundation off-host processing methods
Using a replica database for decision support
What is off-host processing?
About using VVR for off-host processing
10. Creating and refreshing test environments
About test environments
Creating a test environment
Refreshing a test environment
11. Creating point-in-time copies of files
Using FileSnaps to create point-in-time copies of files
IV. Maximizing storage utilization
12. Optimizing storage tiering with SmartTier
About SmartTier
SmartTier building blocks
SmartTier use cases for DB2 or Sybase
Setting up a filesystem for storage tiering with SmartTier
Relocating old archive logs to tier two storage using SmartTier
Relocating inactive tablespaces or segments to tier two storage
Relocating active indexes to premium storage
Relocating all indexes to premium storage
V. Migrating data
13. Understanding data migration
Types of data migration
14. Offline migration from Logical Volume Manager to Veritas Volume Manager
About migrating Logical Volume Manager to VxVM
About LVM to VxVM conversion
Converting unused LVM physical volumes to VxVM disks
Converting LVM volume groups to VxVM disk groups
Restoring the LVM volume group configuration
Examples
General information regarding conversion speed
Non-interactive conversion of volume groups
15. Online migration of native LVM volumes to VxVM volumes
About online migration from Logical Volume Manager (LVM) volumes to Veritas Volume Manager (VxVM) volumes
Online migration from LVM volumes in standalone environment to VxVM volumes
Online migration from LVM volumes in VCS HA environment to VxVM volumes
16. Migrating storage arrays
Array migration for storage using Linux
Overview of storage mirroring for migration
Allocating new storage
Initializing the new disk
Checking the current VxVM information
Adding a new disk to the disk group
Mirroring
Monitoring
Mirror completion
Removing old storage
Post-mirroring steps
17. Migrating data between platforms
Overview of the Cross-Platform Data Sharing (CDS) feature
CDS disk format and disk groups
Setting up your system to use Cross-platform Data Sharing (CDS)
Maintaining your system
File system considerations
Alignment value and block size
Migrating a snapshot volume

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