Saturday, November 7, 2015

Saveset Recover to restore NDMP data with following command

Saveset Recover to restore NDMP data with following command

  nsrndmp_recover  -s <networker_server_name> -c <client_name>  -S <ssid> -v off  -m <hostname::/path_to_recover_to> <path_to be_recovered>

  Where:     -s <networker_server_name> is the hostname of the NetWorker server,
                   -c <client_name> is the client hostname (NDMP server: filer/datamover ) that this data originated from
                 -m option uses for new destination either on the same NDMP server but different directory, or the different NDMP server
                    <hostname::/path_to_recover_to> hostname of the NDMP server (filer/datamover) you are recovering to followed by 2 colons and
                               the full path starting with the mountpoint down to the directory you would like to recover this data to
                   The directory in path-to-recover-to MUST be existence on the host.

                 <path_to_be_recovered> is the full path name starting at the mountpoint down to the directory you would like to restore.


−c client Client is the name of the machine that saved the files. 

−F This option specifies that a file level recovery is going to be performed. This option should only be specified by nwrecover(8) or recover(8). 

−m mount point The mount point of the raw device specified by the -r option. The filesystem will be unmounted for the recover operation and mounted after the operation is complete. 

−r raw device Specifies the pathname of the raw device the data is to be recovered to. This option is mandatory for destructive recovers. 

−s server Selects which NetWorker server to use. 

−S ssid This mandatory option is used to specify save set recover mode. This mode can be used to implement fast batch file recovery without requiring the NetWorker file index entries. Ssid specifies the save set id for the save set to be recovered. NDMP generated save sets cannot be cloned, so no cloneid applies as it does for the standard recover(8) command.

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