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IBM Tivoli Storage Manager for System Backup and
Installation and User’s Guide
Version 5 Release 6
IBM Tivoli Storage Manager for System Backup and Recovery Installation and User’s Guide Version 5 Release 6 GC32-9076-01
Second Edition (April 2003) This edition notice applies to the IBM Tivoli Storage Manager for System Backup and Recovery Version 5 Release 6 (program number 5698-SYS) and to any subsequent releases until otherwise indicate in new editions or technical newsletters. This edition replaces GC32-9076-00. IBM Tivoli Storage Manager for System Backup and Recovery will be referred to as “SysBack” in certain text within this document. The following paragraph does not apply to the United Kingdom or any co
Contents Hardware..............5-1 IBM Tivoli Storage Manager for System ImportantConsiderations .........5-2 Backup and Recovery Overview.... vii Space ...............5-2 Limitations .............5-3 About This Book........... ix Media...............5-3 Who Should Read This Publication ......ix Speed...............5-3 IBM Tivoli Storage Manager for System Backup and Initiating the Backup...........5-3 RecoveryDocumentation..........ix Initiating a Restore............5-4 Conventions Used in This
Deleting an Exclude List File ........9-5 Chapter 14. RS/6000 Scalable ® POWERParallel Systems (SP) Boot Chapter 10. Recreating or Restoring and Install Utilities......... 14-1 from Backups........... 10-1 Advantages of the SysBack SP Boot and Removing Volume Groups, Logical Volumes, and Installation Utilities...........14-1 Filesystems..............10-1 How SysBack works with NIM on the SP System 14-2 Recreating Volume Groups, Logical Volumes, and Special Assumptions...........14-2 Filesystems.
Creating a Bootable Tape (Without Data)....16-3 Unloading or Ejecting a Tape from the Drive . . 22-3 Creating a Bootable CD/DVD (Without Data) . . 16-5 Changing SysBack Tape Boot Defaults.....16-9 Appendix A. Commands....... A-1 Changing SysBack CD/DVD Boot Defaults . . . 16-12 cfgremrootaccess ............A-2 Changing the Read Permission on a Disk Image chimagefile..............A-4 File................16-16 chinstclient..............A-6 Creating or Editing an LVM Information File 16-18 cfglocac
IBM 7331 8mm Tape Library ........E-2 Appendix D. Creating Scripts for IBM 7332 4mm Tape Library ........E-3 Customizing the System Backup and Other Tape Libraries or Autoloaders......E-3 Install Process........... D-1 IBM 7133 Serial Storage Architecture (SSA) disk Script Names .............D-1 subsystem ..............E-3 Post-Installation Scripts..........D-3 IBM 7135 RAIDiant Array .........E-4 Sample Scripts.............D-3 IBM 7137 and Other RAID Devices......E-4 Appendix E. Device/System-S
IBM Tivoli Storage Manager for System Backup and Recovery Overview IBM Tivoli Storage Manager for System Backup and Recovery (also known as “SysBack”) provides system administrators and other system users with a simple, efficient way to backup and recover data from a command line or a SMIT menu-driven interface. SysBack lets you recover all or part of the system. SysBack is also flexible; you can install one system installation image to another system with either identical or different hardware
v Reinstall the system to its original device configuration, including the volume group and logical volume placement on disk and attached devices, using Full System (Installation) Image to the same or different system (also called “cloning”). v Install the system from local boot/installation media or from a TSM server. v Perform a network boot or installation to alleviate the need for local boot or installation media using SysBack functions or existing Network Installation Manager (NIM) resource
About This Book This book contains information on configuring and using IBM Tivoli Storage Manager for System Backup and Recovery (also known as “SysBack”). The book contains instructions on using the System Management Interface Tool (SMIT) menus for performing backups as well as a commands reference to perform SysBack functions without the SMIT menus. Who Should Read This Publication ® This book is intended for system administrators responsible for managing the AIX ® ™ operating system on RS/60
v International customers should consult the web site for customer support telephone numbers. v You can also review the IBM Software Support Guide which is available on our web site at: http://techsupport.services.ibm.com/guides/handbook.html x IBM Tivoli Storage Manager for System Backup and Recovery: Installation and User’s Guide
Chapter 1. Installation ® ® To install IBM Tivoli Storage Manager for System Backup and Recovery, also ™ know as, SysBack , you must have the prerequisite software installed on your system. System Requirements Hardware Requirements SysBack supports the following hardware: ™ ® ™ v IBM Eserver pSeries and RS/6000 systems, including RS/6000 SP ® environments, and systems capable of the logical partitioning of AIX . v Eserver pSeries Cluster 1600 systems using the PSSP option Software Requirements T
v If you will be using the CD / DVD backup feature, please refer to Chapter 5, “Backups to CD or DVD”, on page 5-1 for additional requirements specific to this feature. Upgrading from System Backup and Recovery for AIX - SysBack ™ If you are upgrading from System Backup and Recovery for AIX - SysBack versions 5.1.x, 5.2.x, 5.3.x, or 5.4.x, you will not need to uninstall it before installing the IBM Tivoli Storage Manager for System Backup and Recovery (SysBack) version 5.5 or 5.6 product. The in
Install and Update from LATEST Available Software Type or select values in entry fields. Press Enter AFTER making all desired changes. [Entry Fields] * INPUT device/directory for software /dev/cd0 * SOFTWARE to install [_all_latest] + PREVIEW only? (install operation will NOT occur) no + COMMIT software updates? yes + SAVE replaced files? no + AUTOMATICALLY install requisite software? yes + EXTEND file systems if space needed? yes + OVERWRITE same or newer versions? no + VERIFY install and check
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Chapter 2. SMIT Overview This chapter provides information about the SMIT menu interface. SMIT is used for virtually all AIX system administrative tasks. Accessing the IBM Tivoli Storage Manager for System Backup and Recovery To access the System Backup & Recovery for AIX menus, type smit to access the System Management Interface Tool. After SysBack is installed, IBM Tivoli Storage Manager for System Backup and Recovery is displayed at the bottom of the main menu. Select this option to access ad
How the SysBack Menus are Organized The menus are organized by the type of backups that you can perform, followed by additional options used for configuring or customizing additional SysBack options. The SysBack Main Menu includes the following options: Backup & Recovery Options Use this option to display additional options for backing up, listing, verifying, or restoring files from a backup depending on the type of backup performed. It is not necessary to know the backup type to perform any of
Configuration Options Move cursor to desired item and press Enter. Local User Access Remote Services Remote Command Access Virtual Devices Exclude Lists Network Boot/Install Configuration License Configuration F1=Help F2=Refresh F3=Cancel F8=Image F9=Shell F10=Exit Enter=Do Figure 2-3. Configuration Options The following options are available on this menu: Local User Access Provides backup permission to specific or all users on the system. You can also indicate which local tape drives or virtual
Tape Drives Move cursor to desired item and press Enter. List All Defined Tape Drives Configure a Defined Tape Drive Unconfigure an Available Tape Drive Change Tape Drive Characteristics Unload/Eject Tape from Drive F1=Help F2=Refresh F3=Cancel F8=Image F9=Shell F10=Exit Enter=Do Figure 2-4. Tape Drives Utilities This menu provides a list of miscellaneous options. The options on this menu might differ depending on your level of AIX installed and might change as new options are added to SysBack.
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