How CASO restores data that resides on multiple devices
|Article:HOWTO12282|||||Created: 2008-01-02|||||Updated: 2008-01-15|||||Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO12282|
If the data selected for restore is located on a single device attached to a managed media server, then a single restore job is created at, and then delegated from, the central administration server. However, if the data being selected for restore is located on multiple devices in the CASO environment, then the single restore job is split into separate restore jobs, depending on the number of devices involved.
For example, if you create a restore job and the data you select for restore resides in one device on a managed media server, CASO creates one restore job. However, if you create one restore job and the data you select resides on two or more devices that are attached to a managed media server, CASO creates two or more restore jobs.
Figure: Example of subscript numerals linking split restore jobs
Figure: For data stored on a single storage device
Figure: For data stored on multiple storage devices
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