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Bonnes Pratiques BE 2010 R3

Created: 09 Oct 2012 | 13 comments


Nous venons d'installer BE 2010 R3 avec une bibliotheque de bande Dell TL2000:

La politique de sauvegarde aujourd'hui est la suivante ( autre logiciel de bckup avec 1 lecteur de bandes simple ):

- Full journaliere les LMMJ conservée 2 semaines -> 8 K7 utilisées

- Full tous les vendredis stockée hors site conservée 10 semaines -> 10 K7 utilisées

- Full mensuelle stockée hors site conservée 3 ans

Je voudrais paramétrer au mieux Backup Exec pour reprendre cette politique ou m'en rapprocher.

Sachant que j'ai maintenant 24 emplacements de bande.

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Donald Eady's picture

Vous pourriez peut-être programmer une sauvegarde sur disque avec une protection contre l'écrasement durée de 2 semaines - * quotidienne complète- sauvegarde sur disque Planifier une double sauvegarde complète fait le vendredi avec une protection contre l'écrasement durée de 10 semaines - * entièrement hebdomadaire - duplication sur bande programmer une sauvegarde complète à exécuter sur le premier ou le dernier de chaque mois sur bande avec une protection contre l'écrasement de 3 ans - * mensuelle complète - sur bande Afficher les pages 211 - 220

Ci-dessus vous trouverez un lien vers le guide de l'administrateur. Veuillez consulter les pages référencées. Veuillez excuser ma traduction, je ne parle pas le français

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alainta's picture

Thank you for response Donald,

now , i testing what you indicate to me

alainta's picture

you think it is best to first save to disk and then to tape ?

I remind you that we have a library of 24 LTO5 tapes

Jaydeep S's picture

The easier way of doing this would be to set 3 different media sets.

1. Media Set A (Keep data for 2 weeks) = overwrite protection period 2 weeks.

2. Media Set B (Keep data for 10 weeks) = overwrite protection period 10 weeks.

3. Meda Set C (Keep data for 3 Years) = overwrite protection period 3 Years.

If you are not using the same Tape for multiple backup jobs then, on all the Media Sets above, set the value for Append to "as minimum as you can"

After this is done, in the job properties, use the corresponding media sets

alainta's picture

Thank you, it is clearer for me now.

I want to ask you another question:

I want to store some of these tapes on another site.

Can we automate ejecting the tape after backup ?

Is there a utility to view the physical location of tapes in the library ?

Donald Eady's picture

There is Alainta, 

           Auto eject can be selected when creating or editing a job under the device and media section- near the bottom of the window you should see a check box - eject media after job completes. You can view the location of the tapes by clicking the devices tab and browsing the tape library

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alainta's picture

thank you it works well for jobs

but ejecting the tape does not running despite the option checked in the job.

I do not know if my dell library TL 2000 is compatible with BE 2010R3

Jaydeep S's picture

It looks like its supported. Does the robotic Library have a mail solt or  I/O tray for ejecting tapes?

Donald Eady's picture

Your device is supported veiew page 145 on the following document

additionally view this document to see if it is applicable
are you seeing any alerts in regard to the tape library?
whats the tape format?

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alainta's picture

no alert on the tape library

tape format is LTO5

i can move ,eject tape easely with the web interface of the TL2000 

alainta's picture

For JayDeep

it's  I/O tray for ejecting tapes

Jaydeep S's picture

In Windows device manager look for the medium changer. Verify it this is using OEM drivers. Symantec recomends to use Microsoft Drivers for this. Once the Microsoft drivers are installed it shows up a an unknown medium changer.

alainta's picture

i have microsoft driver ver 6.1.7601.17514 and it shows up as an unknown medium changer