• RELEVANCY SCORE 5.32

    DB:5.32:Disaster Recovery a9





    anyone can give me sample of disaster recovery plan? whats the best? any documentation or url ?

    DB:5.32:Disaster Recovery a9


    Try the following URL

    http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk869/tk769/technologies_white_paper09186a008014f92e.shtml

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 5.07

    DB:5.07:Icm Disaster Recovery Plan pc





    Hi

    Can anyone give some good Suggestion on making a good disaster Recovery plan .

    we are using ICM 6.0 IPCC Enterprise

    Regards

    Irfan Tariq

    DB:5.07:Icm Disaster Recovery Plan pc


    This URLs should help you:

    http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/custcosw/ps1001/products_feature_guide_chapter09186a00800bcd22.html

    http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/78/cti_test.html

    Here is the link to the ICM Planning guides:

    http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/icm/icm46/plan/index.htm

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 5.01

    DB:5.01:Disaster Recovery Plan Or High Availability Plan Of Wss 3.0 Farm 9m




    Hi,
    We have deployed a custom WSS 3.0 solution on a server farm. We now want to have a disaster recovery plan for the same. Are there any guidelines or specific steps that we need to follow to include into disaster recovery process for WSS 3.0 farm or it is
    same as SQL Server backup and recovery plan? Please advise.
    Any reference to good disaster recovery solutions for WSS 3.0 are also welcome.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 5.01

    DB:5.01:Disaster Recovery - Applications 11i mx


    How do I plan for disaster recovery from multi-node Apps 11i production system for recovery to a single-node server and Apps 11i production system?
    Is it possible to recover multi-node to single-node?
    Would such a recovery use cloning of Apps 11i production system from source server to target server?

    DB:5.01:Disaster Recovery - Applications 11i mx

    How do I plan for disaster recovery from multi-node Apps 11i production system for recovery to a single-node server and Apps 11i production system?
    Is it possible to recover multi-node to single-node?
    Would such a recovery use cloning of Apps 11i production system from source server to target server?

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 4.79

    DB:4.79:Disaster Recovery Plan For Oim 9.X fk


    Experts,

    My OIM 9.x is running on two windows server and one unix server(for database) as production. Same setup is also present in development.
    All servers are virtual and are getting backed up daily.

    In case of disaster, should I create new servers and restore the backup?
    Or
    Can development setup be promoted as production?

    Please help with impact and any reference material/your experiences.

    Thanks,
    S M

    DB:4.79:Disaster Recovery Plan For Oim 9.X fk

    Experts,

    My OIM 9.x is running on two windows server and one unix server(for database) as production. Same setup is also present in development.
    All servers are virtual and are getting backed up daily.

    In case of disaster, should I create new servers and restore the backup?
    Or
    Can development setup be promoted as production?

    Please help with impact and any reference material/your experiences.

    Thanks,
    S M

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 4.46

    DB:4.46:Add Disaster Recovery Administrator cp



    Is there a way to add and additional administrator for disaster recovery in CallManager 7.0?

     

    If this is not the correct forum, which one should I post to?

    DB:4.46:Add Disaster Recovery Administrator cp


    Please move to the right area, this is Video Over IP

    FYI, you need to mention for which product you're asking, not just what you want to achieve.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 4.44

    DB:4.44:Help With A Topic In Disaster Recovery Plan 1j


    dear all

    we have a disaster recovery plan (document) and we want to know if exists tools or methods in order to check if my Oracle dataBase (DataWareHouse) is ok after an incident like an "unexpected power cut" specifically inside database objects (tables, indexes, etc).

    We know that oracle have mechanisms in order to do instance recovery automatically appliying ROLLFORWARD or ROLLBACK if it is necessary but also be nice to have alternative methods.

    for example, someone told me:
    - dbverify

    Are there another methods or tools ??

    thanks.

    Apologize my english, is not very well :)

    DB:4.44:Help With A Topic In Disaster Recovery Plan 1j

    A Disaster Recovery Plan is expected to also document procedures to test the D.R. If such procedures are not in the D.R. plan and/or are not being used, then your D.R. process is incomplete.

    Typically, the test is by actually switching over to the D.R. site, starting up (opening) the database and then verifying that the latest data exists -- e.g. the last few invoices etc do appear as present in the database.

    Hemant K Chitale

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 4.39

    DB:4.39:Disaster Recovery Plan ck





    Hi, all-

    Im required, as part of a government type agency, to maintain a portion of a disaster recovery plan. Ive been looking over and over the documentation of Virtuozzo and I keep wondering exactly what the procedure might be if I had to restore containers from an offsite tape or other type of backup if I ever had to rebuild my datacenter or had total data loss on a VZ server that was housing the backups for the nodes.

    Has anyone ever restored a container from a backup that was not registered in PIM as an available backup?

    Thanks!

    DB:4.39:Disaster Recovery Plan ck




    Awesome! Thanks for your time; Ill test and write it up!

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 4.33

    DB:4.33:Disaster Recovery Failure 9p


    as part of testing a disaster recovery plan before going live I have uninstalled WSS 3.0 on one server and installed it on another. The DB's are on a SQL server. During the configuration process I receive a failed to connect to the confiiguration database even tho it is specified correctly in setup. What should I look for here?ThanksBob

    DB:4.33:Disaster Recovery Failure 9p

    Hi,if you want to move the content DB only,1) Find the content Database, These are listed under Central Admin-Application Management-Site Collection List2) Backup the content database,You could alternatively detach it, and copy it. Just doing a backup in SQL Server 2005 Management studio is easier.3) Restore content database to new serverCopy the BAK file to new server. Create an empty DB in Management Studio, restore from backup, you may need to change an option in the options tab of the restore dialog to get it to work. (Overwrite db). 4) Create Web App on new Server Central Admin-Application Management-Create or extend Web App-Create New Web App. 5) Associate restored DB with new Web AppCentral Admin-Application Management-SharePoint Web Application Management-Content Databases-Remove Content Database from your new web app.Now use STSADM to add restored DB to this web appc:\program files\common files\microsoft shared\web server extentions\12\bin on new server is where you can find the STSADM.run this command from there.stsadm -o addcontentdb -url http://yourwebapp:port -databasename yourcontentdb -databaseserver yoursqlserver6) Run ISSRESET from command promptBest Regards,
    Ammar MCT

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 4.31

    DB:4.31:Disaster Recovery Plan For Failing Esx Server. ja



    Example:

    \- 2 ESX servers with 5 VM's each;

    \- What to do if 1 ESX server will be shut down?

    How do you plan this kinds of failure? A third ESX server waiting for the above disaster (without doing something)? And take in mind all the ESX servers do see the same SAN storage.

    DB:4.31:Disaster Recovery Plan For Failing Esx Server. ja


    We have this setup in each typical office as in case of failure everything can run on one box. We have the config files located on each server so a VM can be brought up on either box at a moments notice.

    I had originally created a program out of a bunch of scripts that use the API to do a failover automatically but we ended up going the failover manually.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 4.31

    DB:4.31:Disaster Recovery 1p



    Hi

    i want change the password disaster recovery system  when changing the following error showing

    set password user admin 123

    DB:4.31:Disaster Recovery 1p


    Hi,

    Can you issue the command 'set password expiry minimum-age disable' on the Call Manager server and then try to reset the OS Admin password?

    Refer to:

    http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/cucm/cli_ref/8_5_1/cli_ref_851.html#wp312046

    set password expiry minimum-age

    This command disables or enables minimum password aging for OS accounts.

    Command syntax

    set password expiry minimum-age {enable | disable}

    Parameters

    •enable enables password expiry for OS accounts. This command sets the value of  minimum password age to one day (24 hrs) for OS admin accounts.

    •disable disables minimum password aging for OS accounts. This means that  passwords for OS admin accounts can be changed at any interval.

    Other than that please check you are entering the command correctly:

    Like this: admin:set password user admin

    Please enter the old password: ******** 

    Please enter the new password: ********

    Reenter new password to confirm: ************

    Regards,  Tere.  If you find this post helpful, please rate!

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 4.20

    DB:4.20:Identical Ip For Disaster Recovery Site 3z



    How to setup Identical IP for disastery recovery site?

    DB:4.20:Identical Ip For Disaster Recovery Site 3z


    Do you mind share any network drawing?

    Again thanks for your reply.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 4.18

    DB:4.18:What Are The Disaster Recovery Steps To Rebuild Ep? 91


    Core IssueWhen a hardware failure or other natural disaster occurs, use the high level disaster recovery plan to rebuild the Edge Proxy (EP).

    ResolutionTo rebuild the EP, perform these steps:

    Restore the hardware.Modify the /etc/system parameters.Create users and groups.Create directories and permissions.Either untar the software backup or copy the software from the buddy EP.Verify the Local Configuration Settings for the appropriate configuration files.Copy the Startup files.Restart the server.Note: In the event of a hardware failure or natural disaster, contact Cisco Customer Support for assistance.

    DB:4.18:What Are The Disaster Recovery Steps To Rebuild Ep? 91

    Core IssueWhen a hardware failure or other natural disaster occurs, use the high level disaster recovery plan to rebuild the Edge Proxy (EP).

    ResolutionTo rebuild the EP, perform these steps:

    Restore the hardware.Modify the /etc/system parameters.Create users and groups.Create directories and permissions.Either untar the software backup or copy the software from the buddy EP.Verify the Local Configuration Settings for the appropriate configuration files.Copy the Startup files.Restart the server.Note: In the event of a hardware failure or natural disaster, contact Cisco Customer Support for assistance.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 4.18

    DB:4.18:Thread: General System Information For Disaster Recovery 7m


    Hi all. I need a nice neat little place to go to print out volume

    information, memory, hardware, etc... for my disaster recovery plan. I\'ve

    been using remote manager and while effective I have millions of pages!!!

    Is there a file that would have all of this information that I could

    access and print? Thanks

    DB:4.18:Thread: General System Information For Disaster Recovery 7m

    I think you can get that from config.nlm...as Andrew says, Please

    download

    fconfig13.exe from the file finder at support.novell.com. Extract

    Config.nlm from it and copy that to SYS:SYSTEM . On the console do LOAD

    CONFIG, and wait until the output file CONFIG.TXT gets created (on NW

    6.x

    this message only appears on the Logger screen).

    If you explore the options, you may find the right subset for what you

    want. For posting here, Andrew recommends LOAD CONFIG /jumba1se, some

    of

    which may not be of interest for your purposes.

    Sounds good. I did see it on the logger screen but just kind of wanted a

    second opionion. I\'ll give this a try. Thanks dave

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 4.16

    DB:4.16:Migrate Business Rules (Disaster Recovery) p9


    I need a plan to be able to recover all my business rules/macros/sequences/projects/security in case of a disaster. Can some one suggest the best way to do this? I'll appreciate if some one can provide a step by step solution that can be automated.

    thanks

    Edited by: user507721 on Dec 2, 2010 1:14 PM

    DB:4.16:Migrate Business Rules (Disaster Recovery) p9

    John, that's what I was thinking but I'll have to restore on different servers. I'm not sure what tables I'll need to change the new server names on. Do you've any document that can provide that information. Thanks for your help guys!

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 4.10

    DB:4.10:Disaster Recovery Procedures px


    Hi,

    How to review Disaster recovery procedures in oracle

    Thanks

    DB:4.10:Disaster Recovery Procedures px

    Start here: http://www.oracle.com/pls/db111/portal.portal_db?selected=14frame=

    Larry

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 4.04

    DB:4.04:Backup Paln kc


    dear all,
    is there any recommanded backup plan for oracle apps, and what r the steps for having a backup plan for disaster recovery sitution.

    with regard
    fadi

    DB:4.04:Backup Paln kc

    Hi Fadi, If possible just read about VIS in Oracle Apps. You will get most of the answers what you have asked for.

    Further if you have any problems or queries just mail me.

    Kamalesh JK
    jkkstar_inc@yahoo.co.in

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.97

    DB:3.97:Document For Dr From Primary To Standby xz


    Can anybody expalin and provide the sample disaster recovery plan document for standby from primary, first time iam working for the DR.

    DB:3.97:Document For Dr From Primary To Standby xz

    Hi,
    I think that, in a disaster recovery situation, To have more information is always better.

    All about backups
    Servers configuration
    Dataguard configuration
    Switchover and failover procedures
    Switchback and Failback procedures
    etc

    And for me .. a important point is: Desicion matrix of when activate contingency site and when recovering the primary site.

    Regards

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.97

    DB:3.97:Disaster Recovery Scenario 83



    Hi all,

    I'm working on the development of a disaster recovery site/solution that will involve windows 2003 and Red Hat Advanced Server 4 and I plan to use VMware Server for hosting the VMs.

    My questions is...... should I pay additional licenses if I have a powered down virtual machine for each physical server that I have.

    I think that this is called cold disaster recovery scenario.

    Anyone out there knows if it is possible to have a solution like this without paying for extra licenses.

    Thanks in advance.

    Nicolas Solop

    DB:3.97:Disaster Recovery Scenario 83


    If you are not using the same license to run more than one server, I don't think there should be an issue with it, but i am also not the one who wrote the ELUA for the software you are running.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.97

    DB:3.97:Windows 2008 Client Failing Only For Disaster Recovery Saveset 7m



    Windows 2008 client failing only for disaster recovery saveset

    networker version is 7.6.2

    DB:3.97:Windows 2008 Client Failing Only For Disaster Recovery Saveset 7m


    Please consider moving this question as-is (no need to recreate) to the proper forum for maximum visibility. Questions written to the users' own "Discussions" space don't get the same amount of attention and questions can go unanswered for a long time.

    You can do so by selecting "Move" under ACTIONS along the upper-right. Then search for and select: "Networker Support Forum" which would be the most relevant for this question.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.94

    DB:3.94:Disaster Recovery For Oedq fc


    HiOne of the customer requested detail about Disaster Recovery options for OEDQ.Is there are standard process to implement Disaster Recovery for OEDQ?RegardsMoorthy

    DB:3.94:Disaster Recovery For Oedq fc

    Hi,OEDQ will be installed on Windows 2008 and Oracle 11g will be used.RegardsMoorthy

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.94

    DB:3.94:Disaster Recovery Plan df



    I'm designing a Disaster recovery plan that would require my physical live servers to be restored on virtual servers in an offsite location.

    please how can i achieve this?

    how do i carry out backups on my physical servers to help me achieve this?

    i have search the discussion forum but i have not found a post that address my needs

    thanks

    Emmanuel

    DB:3.94:Disaster Recovery Plan df


    Id like to think that in a true DR the suits will be loose enough with the checkbox that you could put one or two beefy VMs on a given host and try to minimize the performance hit (ie: exchange/database servers or whatever). The assumption on how much (and how fast) hardware you have to work with in a full datacenter DR is probably worth bringing up with your management if you havent already.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.92

    DB:3.92:Disaster Recovery j7


    Disaster recovery is a vital part of supporting any software application. From an inadvertently deleted file to a full-blown harddrive failure, every administrator has received the paniced phone call.How much planning have you done?When was the last time you tested your recovery plan and restored a server?

    DB:3.92:Disaster Recovery j7

    where can I find the v6 Technical Guide that provides information on disaster recovery procedures? I have search in the download center I dont see anything.I ran into an issue last night that made us realize our disaster recovery steps might be(probably are) outdated.thanks!

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.91

    DB:3.91:Similate A Real Disaster 91



    Hi Folks

    How to test the disaster Recovery?and what is the Proper Steps fo that to similate a real Disaster

    DB:3.91:Similate A Real Disaster 91

    Sorry Ibrahim. I didnt see the simulate word. So I gave you a real time checklist.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.90

    DB:3.90:Start Recovery Plan In Recovery Mode, How To Specivy Planned Migration Or Disaster Recovery Through Start Recovery Plan Api ? d3



    When we execute any recovery plan configured in SRM with mode recovery, we get popup to select planned migration and disaster recovery. I want to know that when we execute it using API void _service.Start(_srm.plan, mode); where do we specify this whether we want to run it as planned migration or disaster recovery ?

    Thanks in advance.

    DB:3.90:Start Recovery Plan In Recovery Mode, How To Specivy Planned Migration Or Disaster Recovery Through Start Recovery Plan Api ? d3


    When we execute any recovery plan configured in SRM with mode recovery, we get popup to select planned migration and disaster recovery. I want to know that when we execute it using API void _service.Start(_srm.plan, mode); where do we specify this whether we want to run it as planned migration or disaster recovery ?

    Thanks in advance.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.90

    DB:3.90:Mbam Disaster Recovery Plan s8


    Hi,

    I have MBAM 2.0 sp1 version installed with single server model, I wanted to have disaster recovery plan for MBAM.Is any disaster recovery plan possible with this(single server) model or we have to have atleast two servers.
    Thanks.

    DB:3.90:Mbam Disaster Recovery Plan s8

    Hi,

    I have MBAM 2.0 sp1 version installed with single server model, I wanted to have disaster recovery plan for MBAM.Is any disaster recovery plan possible with this(single server) model or we have to have atleast two servers.
    Thanks.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.90

    DB:3.90:Disaster Recovery For Biztalk Azure Servers z7


    Hi All,
    Could you please let me know how to setup a Disaster recovery and High Availability plan for BizTalk Azure Servers.
    Thanks in advance!
    Regards,
    Ujjwal

    -Ujjwal

    DB:3.90:Disaster Recovery For Biztalk Azure Servers z7


    Hi John,
    Thanks for your input. Could you please share your thoughts on the below scenarios
    1) How do we get to make the Enterprise single sign on service high available in Azure scenario.
    2) Azure Site recovery seems to be available for Azure BizTalk Services. How do we utilize Site recovery for BizTalk Azure VMs.
    I am very new to BizTalk Azure. Apologies if some of my questions are not correctly framed :)

    Hi Ujjwal,
    There is specific queue about
    Azure BizTalk Servicesportal in Azure forum, for this issue, you can consult Azure experts there.
    Please let me know if there is anything that I can do to help.
    Best regards,
    AngieWe are trying to better understand customer views on social support experience, so your participation in this interview project would be greatly appreciated if you have time. Thanks for helping make community forums a great place.

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  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.84

    DB:3.84:Dr Documented Plan For Vi3. j1



    Looking for a documented plan for Disaster Recovery of a VI3 servers. with VM's. I would like to know have to start from scratch if need me so if there is anything out there please let me know or forward a copy.

    Thanks,

    -AD

    DB:3.84:Dr Documented Plan For Vi3. j1


    Our thoughts exactly!

    I guess I was looking for a template for environment documentation really. I think is would help with DR, CFG Mgmt and Change Mgmt.

    You know - those things we don't like to think about.

    Charlie

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.84

    DB:3.84:Dr Recovery Recovery Test Plan pz



    hello all

    1) Is it possible to run a recovery test plan on the dr site ,while the connection to the primary site is broken?

    2) What is the safest method to initiate a disaster recovery but with the primary site alive (of course with no connection between them) , test the dr site functionality, and finally shut down the dr and bring up the connection again ?

    Thanks

    DB:3.84:Dr Recovery Recovery Test Plan pz


    Also I think you may need to SVMotion the VM disks to a non-replicated datastore at the Recovery Site before you remove the SRM config.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.83

    DB:3.83:Concurrent Transactions,Disaster Recovery am


    Hello friends,
    I have an application on sql server which is used for online reservation.Could you tell me roadmap in order to handle concurrent transaction and disaster recovery plan? I am using sql server 2008 R2.

    Thanks in advance.

    DB:3.83:Concurrent Transactions,Disaster Recovery am

    Hi,
    I suggest you read this article:
    High Availability and Disaster Recovery (OLTP)---a Technical Reference Guide for Designing Mission-Critical OLTP Solutions
    http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms190202.aspx
    If one high-availability option cannot meet the requirement, you
    may consider combining some of the high-availability options.
    The white paper Proven SQL Server Architectures for High Availability and Disaster Recovery2 shows the details of five commonly used architectures:
    ◦ Failover clustering for HA and database mirroring for DR.
    ◦ Synchronous database mirroring for HA/DR and log shipping for additional DR.
    ◦ Geo-cluster for HA/DR and log shipping for additional DR.
    ◦ Failover clustering for HA and storage area network (SAN)-based replication for DR.
    ◦ Peer-to-peer replication for HA and DR (and reporting).

    The whitepaper also describes the architectures and also presents case studies that illustrate how real-life customers have deployed these architectures to meet their business requirements. You can download it here:

    Proven SQL Server Architectures for High Availability and Disaster Recovery

    Thanks.Tracy Cai
    TechNet Community Support

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.83

    DB:3.83:Need Recommentation To Setup Disaster Recovery Site jx


    Hi All,

    1.What are the basic things we need to analyze before we recommend the business to go for oracle Dataguard for DR setup?

    2. Do you know any technology that will replicate the schema from one datacenter[one primary database ] to another datacenter [secondary or replication database]?

    3. What are the various option to configure the disaster recovery plan at schema level?

    Thanks

    DB:3.83:Need Recommentation To Setup Disaster Recovery Site jx

    Hello again;

    I don't use Oracle Streams, but it is certainly an option :

    http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/database/information-management/streams-fov-11g-134280.pdf

    It also has its own forum ( you probably know that )

    Streams

    Oracle Streams comes with over 7000 data dictionary views and DBMS built-ins so my main concern is complexity and moving parts. Streams also includes elements of Data Guard, for example Downstream Capture. If I had to pick between Streams
    and Data Guard I would go with Data Guard because its more popular ( opinion ) and thus better supported.

    Last time I checked GoldenGate needed a license. So you need money. I also believe the options for host operating systems are less than the other two options.

    My understanding is you have to learn a new language with a boatload of new keywords. That said, yes it could be an option. It has a forum around here some place. But I don't use it either.

    Anyway it looks like you are asking all the right questions. Good luck with your project.

    Best Regards

    mseberg

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.83

    DB:3.83:Disaster Recovery Lms 11



    We use CiscoWorks LMS to monitor and make changes to our network. I am looking into a disaster recovery plan for LMS and I am wondering how to go about doing that. If server that contains LMS for us is destroyed, how would I go about restoring to pre-disaster conditions? thank you!

    DB:3.83:Disaster Recovery Lms 11


    Make sure you have an OS backup and an LMS backup. Restore the OS backup first. This should get everything back to where it was before the event. However, the OS backup cannot properly handle the internal LMS systems. Then you have to restore the LMS backup. At that point, the server should be exactly the way it was before the event in terms of LMS.

    Of course, you'll want to keep multiple copies of these backups including an offsite copy...just in case.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.83

    DB:3.83:Disaster Recovery Testing. z3



    Hi,

    We have decided to include our QV application and QV Server in our disaster recovery plan, this is how we see it going in a actual disaster.
    Lorry turns up
    Restore 'core business'
    Re store internet connection
    Download install QV server / Plug-in
    Restore backup of apps

    Sounds simple !!

    We would like to test this plan in our next DR rehearsal, for obvious reasons, unfortunately we don't think we can do this as we have the one server licence and it is already installed on another box and is being used. Is there a 'correct' way that we would be able to test our disaster recovery situation ?

    Thanks,

    Gav.

    DB:3.83:Disaster Recovery Testing. z3


    Disconnect network cable before start QVS service or buy a TEST QVS license.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.83

    DB:3.83:Fim Disaster Recovery ma


    I need to design a disaster recovery plan for FIM, in production I have two servers one for FIM sync service and another one for FIM Service beside the SQL cluster. a link exists between the two sites as fiber-optic
    all FIM server components are virtual machines, I would appreciate if anyone clarify the concepts of disaster recovery warm-cold, etc ..

    DB:3.83:Fim Disaster Recovery ma

    This might be a good place to start
    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/fim-2010-backup-and-restore-guide%28WS.10%29.aspx
    Case Study: How Microsoft Deploys Disaster Recovery for FIM 2010

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.83

    DB:3.83:Disaster And Recovery x9



    Does anybody have any good information on doing disaster and recovery on an AVVID system?

    This would include call manager, unity, ipcc express, personal assistant.

    Thanks!

    Tommy

    DB:3.83:Disaster And Recovery x9


    SRST and Cisco Call Manager Clusters will be acting as Disaster recovery which you can explore

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.83

    DB:3.83:Disaster Recovery Plan xz


     
    Hi All,
     
    I am asked to provide the plan for Disaster Recovery - SQL Server 2005 used.
     
    Does anyone could advice me for implementing Disaster Recovery from the begining.
     
    Thanks in advance for providing me the input.
     
    Regards,

    DB:3.83:Disaster Recovery Plan xz

    I normally tell people to always refer to their RPO/RTO (recovery point objective and recovery time objective) A disaster recovery plan should consist of people, process and technologies (not just technology).  Its quite difficult to come up with a DR plan without an RPO/RTO

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.81

    DB:3.81:Drs c3


    Can anybody expalin the sample disaster recovery plan for standby from primary, first time iam working for the DR.

    DB:3.81:Drs c3

    Can anybody expalin the sample disaster recovery plan for standby from primary, first time iam working for the DR.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.79

    DB:3.79:Advice Needed For Disaster Recovery // Sharepoint 2010 af


    We've been prototyping Foundation 2010 for a couple months and have decided (yay) that it's awesome and we're ready for Enterprise. The plan is to setup a new server to practice upgrading from Foundation to Enterprise and as a Disaster Recovery solution.
    Before the practice upgrade we'd like to migrate data from our current Foundation to the new Foundation server. Is that what y'all would do for Disaster Recovery as well?
    Is data migration from one farm to another pretty straightforward?
    Or would it be easier just to run everything from a VM and in the case of a disaster, recover with a simple copy of a VM.

    - Side note: we're familiar with the official recommendations for backup/recovery using Central Admin or PowerShell. Just wanted to hear some real-life stories.

    DB:3.79:Advice Needed For Disaster Recovery // Sharepoint 2010 af

    Hey there
    It comes down to a few considerations;
    * What are you defining as Disaster Recovery ? Same site, or site resilient?
    * Is it a single server farm?
    If so, a VM snapshot is absolutely fine, but remember its crash consistent.
    * What is the site of your corpus (user data)?
    Over 50GB or so, you will start looking at SQL backups, beyond 250GB DPM, beyond 500GB, hardware-assisted backups like EMC Clones, etc.
    * In the event of a DR, is it a must to maintain search capability?
    * Is there a defined RTO/RPO by your organization?

    Would love to hear more about the implementation.
    Cheers
    James.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.74

    DB:3.74:Wed 05/21/08: Msi, Netapp Vmware Presents Rapid And Reliable Disaster Recovery For Servers And Storage (11:00am-1:30pm) Lunch Provided kp



    Topic: Disaster Recovery

    Sponsors: MSI, NetApp VMware

    Location:

    Johnny's Italian Steakhouse

    6075 Mills Civic Pkwy

    West Des Moines, IA 50266

    (515) 333-5665

    http://maps.google.com/maps?f=qhl=engeocode=q=6075MillsCivicPkwy,WestDesMoines,+IAsll=39.58029,-96.877441sspn=4.952708,12.041016ie=UTF8z=16iwloc=addr

    Date/Time: 5/21/2008 11:00a-1:30p (Lunch is included!)

    Details here (http://msiinet.com/events/pdfs/3706_NetAppKS_Partner_MSI_invite.htm)

    Register here (http://info.vmware.com/content/NetAppKSMW_Reg?src=CR_08Q2_MSI_NTAPKS_CENTRAL_INVossrc=CR_08Q2_MSI_NTAPKS_CENTRAL_INV)

    Create a flexible and cost-effective

    disaster recovery plan

    Disasters happen, but don't let the cost and complexity of traditional solutions prevent your business from having a reliable disaster recovery (DR) plan. See how award-winning VMware Infrastructure 3 with NetApp storage virtualization and data protection solutions deliver rapid, simple and affordable data center disaster recovery.

    Please join VMware, NetApp and MSI Systems Integrators to learn how to:

    Design and deploy a flexible, comprehensive solution for disaster recovery that overcomes the limitations of traditional solutions

    Lower costs of implementing a disaster recovery plan in your IT infrastructure

    Leverage your DR assets for productive business use

    Please register today Seating is limited. Please note that this event is open only to end users and is not intended for a vendor audience.

    Unleash your IT environment's hidden potential!

    Agenda: 11:00am 1:30pm

    11:00am Registration and Welcome

    11:30am Disaster Recovery with VMware Infrastructure - VMware

    12:00pm Disaster Recovery in a Storage Environment - NetApp

    12:30pm Networking Lunch*

    1:00pm Customer Case Study with a joint VMware Solution Partner

    1:20pm QA and Next Steps

    1:30pm Conclusion

    Lunch will be provided

    DB:3.74:Wed 05/21/08: Msi, Netapp Vmware Presents Rapid And Reliable Disaster Recovery For Servers And Storage (11:00am-1:30pm) Lunch Provided kp


    Topic: Disaster Recovery

    Sponsors: MSI, NetApp VMware

    Location:

    Johnny's Italian Steakhouse

    6075 Mills Civic Pkwy

    West Des Moines, IA 50266

    (515) 333-5665

    http://maps.google.com/maps?f=qhl=engeocode=q=6075MillsCivicPkwy,WestDesMoines,+IAsll=39.58029,-96.877441sspn=4.952708,12.041016ie=UTF8z=16iwloc=addr

    Date/Time: 5/21/2008 11:00a-1:30p (Lunch is included!)

    Details here (http://msiinet.com/events/pdfs/3706_NetAppKS_Partner_MSI_invite.htm)

    Register here (http://info.vmware.com/content/NetAppKSMW_Reg?src=CR_08Q2_MSI_NTAPKS_CENTRAL_INVossrc=CR_08Q2_MSI_NTAPKS_CENTRAL_INV)

    Create a flexible and cost-effective

    disaster recovery plan

    Disasters happen, but don't let the cost and complexity of traditional solutions prevent your business from having a reliable disaster recovery (DR) plan. See how award-winning VMware Infrastructure 3 with NetApp storage virtualization and data protection solutions deliver rapid, simple and affordable data center disaster recovery.

    Please join VMware, NetApp and MSI Systems Integrators to learn how to:

    Design and deploy a flexible, comprehensive solution for disaster recovery that overcomes the limitations of traditional solutions

    Lower costs of implementing a disaster recovery plan in your IT infrastructure

    Leverage your DR assets for productive business use

    Please register today Seating is limited. Please note that this event is open only to end users and is not intended for a vendor audience.

    Unleash your IT environment's hidden potential!

    Agenda: 11:00am 1:30pm

    11:00am Registration and Welcome

    11:30am Disaster Recovery with VMware Infrastructure - VMware

    12:00pm Disaster Recovery in a Storage Environment - NetApp

    12:30pm Networking Lunch*

    1:00pm Customer Case Study with a joint VMware Solution Partner

    1:20pm QA and Next Steps

    1:30pm Conclusion

    Lunch will be provided

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.74

    DB:3.74:Cucm And Disaster Recovery Plan ca



    Where I can read about main problems of CUCM and what should I do in this situation?

    I don't mean to give me administration guide or SRND of CUCM, I mean some advanced link that really describes, forexample, Recovery OS Linux plan and etc.

    Thank you in advance

    DB:3.74:Cucm And Disaster Recovery Plan ca


    1st thing, bookmark this:

    Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CallManager)

    http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps556/tsd_products_support_series_home.html

    Whenever you need documentation for CUCM open the link and look for it there

    We already provide the Disaster Recovery System Administration Guide and Replacing a Communications Manager Node guides on that matter.

    We do not have a "if this happens do this" guide.

    HTH

    java

    if this helps, please rate

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.73

    DB:3.73:Multiple Call Manager Clusters xd



    When is it necessary to have multiple Cisco Call Manager Clusters. The only necessity I would think is when a client has more than 30,000 IP Phones requirements. Is it beneficial to have multiple Call Manager Clusters other than IP Phones more than 30,000.

    I have a customer who have probably less than 1000 thousand IP Phones, and requiring multiple Clusters for Disaster Recovery Plan. To me, Mutliple Clusters have nothing to do with real Disaster because if they are looking for Disaster Recovery than they have to opt for Clustering over IP WAN Model.

    Any help will be appreciated.

    DB:3.73:Multiple Call Manager Clusters xd


    The 30,000 IP phones in a cluster is used by Cisco marketing, in reality you would go to about half of that.

    But to answer your question, a good example of why you would configure seperate clusters is Call Center site. In order to Integrate IPCC Enterprise or Express with CCM it needs to be tested and approved by Cisco development team, sometime it takes several months before a particular version of CCM can be integrated with IPCC, so customer that wants to upgrade to the latest CCM would need to wait before IPCC is approved. If you configure a seperate CCM clsuter for your Call Center, the rest of the organization will be independant of it.

    Please rate all helpful posts!

    Chris

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.73

    DB:3.73:Cuic Disaster Recovery 9p



    Hello,

    I have a quick question about the Disaster Recovery system application in CUIC 8.0

    Does the backup performed using this application include the customized reports?

    Thanks

    Sahar

    DB:3.73:Cuic Disaster Recovery 9p


    Hi,

    again, I am not an expert of CUIC, but you can check the output of the CUIC DRS yourself. Should be a bunch of XML files tar.gz'd. If your custom report is among them, then the answer is yes.

    G.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.72

    DB:3.72:Disaster Recovery Plan Example xc


    Hi,
    Can any one please share the sample disaster recovery plan. I dont know what I have to include in it and how to prepare it. Your help will be highly appreciated. Thanks in advance...

    DB:3.72:Disaster Recovery Plan Example xc

    Thank you very much DaPosh for leading me in the right direction...

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.72

    DB:3.72:Disaster Recovery Plan 79


    Hi,
    Can any one suggest me good book for disaster recovery plans means how to design all this things.Thank's Siva

    DB:3.72:Disaster Recovery Plan 79


    Ok Thank you ..........

    If any other books ............Thank's Siva

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.72

    DB:3.72:Oim Disaster Recovery Installation 9d


    Hi,
    I am using OIM 9.1.0.2 BP 12
    Oracle DB 10.2.0.4.0
    Oracle SOA App server 10.1.3.3
    Could someone tell me about how to install Oracle Identity manager in a two different servers (S1 and S2) with Disaster Recovery plan. Means, when one server (S1) went down I should be able to bring up the other server (S2) with the latest data that I should have already synced to it.

    Thanks,
    Vasanth

    DB:3.72:Oim Disaster Recovery Installation 9d

    this may help you

    OIM 9.1 (10 g) cluster installation .

    Edited by: OIMLearner on May 3, 2011 4:54 AM

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.71

    DB:3.71:Disaster Recovery Sharepoint 2010 cz


    Hi All,

    What is Disaster Recovery in sharepoint what are the steps need to perform for Disaster recovery in sharepoint 2010.

    Thanks,

    DB:3.71:Disaster Recovery Sharepoint 2010 cz

    Disaster recovery is a huge thing, and its planning can var depending on the number of servers, the resiliency, the devlopment / customisations that you have. Additionally, the cultural side of things, such as the recovery objectives will also impact
    your DR plan, such as how you prioritise content.
    I'd suggest picking up the 2010 Disaster Recovery book mentioned below by Thaunn, it's an excellent read.Steven Andrews | SharePoint Professional | http://www.twitter.com/backpackerd00d | https://baron72.wordpress.com/

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.68

    DB:3.68:Disaster Recovery z1


    Is there any short description of Disaster Recovery like:

    Atutomatic Stabdby database
    Replicaqtion

    .....
    available

    Mehdi

    DB:3.68:Disaster Recovery z1

    Is there any short description of Disaster Recovery like:

    Atutomatic Stabdby database
    Replicaqtion

    .....
    available

    Mehdi

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.68

    DB:3.68:Disaster Recovery Plan fz


    HI,

    Please anybody help me to prepare a document for Disaster Recovery Plan in Brief

    Thanks

    Valla

    DB:3.68:Disaster Recovery Plan fz

    Hi,

    Please anybody help me to prepare a document for Disaster Recovery Plan in BriefSee this link -- http://tinyurl.com/2vbo7ps

    Note: 207159.1 - Oracle E-Business Suite Release 11i Technology Stack Documentation Roadmap -- Section 2: Database and High Availability

    Regards,
    Hussein

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.66

    DB:3.66:Disaster Recovery And Content Replication Services 9a



    Hello Experts,

    Can we use documentum content replication services for disaster recovery?

    DB:3.66:Disaster Recovery And Content Replication Services 9a


    Not sure if there is a product called "Content Replication Services". Content replication is typically used when you docbase is distributed across several locations. You have several Content Servers managing the same docbase with one central database and distributed storage areas. Content files are then (partly) replicated between the local storage areas. However, since the database is only in one location, it doesn't really help you in case of disaster. It wasn't designed for that.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.66

    DB:3.66:Disaster Recovery pd


    Hi,

    I want to read about Disaster Recovery, May you reference me which material is best?

    Regards

    S.Azar

    DB:3.66:Disaster Recovery pd

    Disaster Recovery is not particularly an Oracle concept. It is a much larger framework.

    What you might find in Oracle documentation, as no doubt others contributing to this thread will point you to, is only a specific portion of D.R. Whether you use Standby Databases (aka DataGuard implementations) or not, there are various ways to do D.R. And D.R. is not just for an Oracle Database. It must cover servers, applications, users, IT processes, capacity, customers, suppliers etc.

    You should start with non-Oracle sources to know about D.R. Anything in Oracle is but a fraction of a D.R. implementation.
    If you join a D.R. / BCP implementation (BCP is the broader term -- Business Continuity Planning) you must know that Oracle Standby is NOT D.R. It is one tool.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.64

    DB:3.64:Plan De Disaster Recovery as


    Buenas tardes.
    Estoy tratando de implementar un plan de disaster recovery que me permita recuperararme ante cualquier desastre o parada de servicio, alguien por ahi tiene links, manuales sobre los escenarios sobre active directory, exchange, sql, etc.
    Asimismo me han comentado que aparte de tener el plan, deberia realizar periodicamente pruebas de los backups, pero como haria para implementar un escenario de disaster recovery, asumo que deberia tratar de recuperar los backupssobreservidores
    de prueba, pero como es posible hacer esto por ejemplo con el Exchange.
    Como puedo implementar el plan y sobretodo como implementar un escenario de pruebas.
    Por favor si alguien tiene algun aporte, se lo agradeceria.
    Saludos.OrlandoP

    DB:3.64:Plan De Disaster Recovery as

    Hola,
    Sobre tu comentario a que el ambiente tiene que estar aislado, no necesariamente, si vas a utilizar las mismas referencias que en produccion, por seguridad si es recomendado que este totalmente aislado, ahora si vas a utilizar un Forest de similares caracteristicas
    pero a lo que refiere referencias distintas (por ejemplo nombres DNS, Servidores, etc), no estas en la obligacion de que ambos ambientes esten aislados entre si.-
    En mi caso particular, siempre instale un ambiente desde cero y aplique configuracion e hice objetos nuevamente o los migre con alguna herramienta, asi sean usuarios, maquinas, politicas, etc. Con el tema de la cantidad de servidores, me referia a que dependiendo
    la cantidad de equipos que tengas en produccion, no tienes que hacer todo exacto en laboratorio, se me viene en mente un ambiente que Administre hace unos aos atras, el cual era un Forest de 85 Domain Controllers, te imaginaras que en laboratorio no
    tenia esa cantidad de equipos, pero si disponia de un ambiente test por cualquier cosa, hay factores externos al dominio en si que tambien influyen y que no tendras en un laboratorio (ejemplo si tienes en produccion Domain Controllers distribuidos, tienes
    factores de latencia que no tendras en laboratorio), a lo que voy, es que nunca es en laboratorio exactamente igual a produccion.
    Puedes hacer un Restore mediante Windows Server Backup, (con un Backup realizado con la misma herramienta y con un Backup de SystemState es suficiente) pero OJO que ahi si tendras toda referencia igual a produccion, tienes que tener el ambiente totalmente
    aislado, y tendras referencias de TODOS tus Domain Controllers, donde comenzaran a dar errores en ese nuevo Domain Controller en TEST hasta tanto hagas una depuracion, es un tanto complejo, a mi gusto implementaria el Forest desde cero como te comente con
    anterioridad.-
    Salu2Leonardo Ponti
    MCTS: Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist
    MPN: Microsoft Partner Network
    MCC: Microsoft Community Contributor 2011
    MCSE: Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (Windows Server 2003)
    MCSA: Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator (Windows Server 2003)
    MVA: Microsoft Virtual Academy
    MAP: Microsoft Active Professional (2010/2011)

    Este mensaje se proporciona como está sin garantías de ninguna clase, y no otorga ningún derecho. Ud. asume los riesgos.
    This posting is provided AS IS with no warranties, and confer no rights. You assume all risk for your use.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.63

    DB:3.63:Disaster Recovery Tool? cf


    Hi All,Does anybody know about Disaster Recovery Tools Plan specifically for SSRSThanksregards,Kumar

    DB:3.63:Disaster Recovery Tool? cf

    Hi again,Thanks for your explanation, but during our meeting last week we had somenew req's. out of that one was Disaster Recovery for SSRS, and I'm notaware of any disaster recovery tool so posted a thread in this helpful forum.If anybody comes up please do let me know.Thanksregards,Kumar

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.62

    DB:3.62:Disaster Recovery Environment xs


    HiCan anyone explain how to set up a Disaster Recovery Environment.I'm using Documentum 5.3 setup. Thanks

    DB:3.62:Disaster Recovery Environment xs

    Thanks for your valuable response.I'm very keen searching a Methodology for setting up Disaster Recovery system. This methodology if very Documentum specific it will be more helpful.Can anyone pls help me.Thanks

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.62

    DB:3.62:What's The Best Disaster Recovery Plan In Po 7.4 Single Stack? fa



    Topic. I could not find any reliable sources for recovery plans in the net. Kindly help.

    DB:3.62:What's The Best Disaster Recovery Plan In Po 7.4 Single Stack? fa


    Dear AI,

    You will get some idea from below thread.

    SAP Disaster Recovery Test

    Regards,

    V Srinivasan

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.61

    DB:3.61:Srm 5.0 - "Forced Recovery" Option Grayed Out 9a



    In SRM 5.0, when I go to run a Recovery Plan, I see a check box under the Disaster Recovery type that says "Forced Recovery - recovery site operations only" (see attached screenshot). This is always grayed out. In what circumstances would it not be grayed out and what is it used for? I tried searching the Admin guide and the web for information, but found nothing.

    Thanks.

    DB:3.61:Srm 5.0 - "Forced Recovery" Option Grayed Out 9a


    Hi PCI,

    You need to enable the forced failover feature. See p89 of the Admin Guide:

    https://www.vmware.com/pdf/srm_admin_5_0.pdf

    Thanks,

    Stuart

    SRM documentation

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.61

    DB:3.61:Disaster Recovery Solution For Sql Server Analysis Services j7


    I want to have SSAS disaster recovery plan. What would be benchmark aspects to consider and how many ways we have to do a disaster recovery with Business continuity .

    Thanks,AK

    DB:3.61:Disaster Recovery Solution For Sql Server Analysis Services j7

    Hello,
    Just as Rajukiran post above, Analysis Services also includes backup and restore that wecan recover a database and its objects from a particular point in time. Backup and restore are done by issuing XML for Analysis commands against Analysis Services
    on a deployed Analysis Services database
    Reference:
    Backup Strategies with SQL Server 2005 Analysis Services
    Managing Backing Up and Restoring (Analysis Services)
    Regards,
    Fanny Liu
    Fanny Liu
    TechNet Community Support

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.61

    DB:3.61:Hol-Inf-05 - Implement Disaster Recovery For The Cloud With Vmware Site Recovery Manager (Srm) pd



    In this lab you will leverage various VMware technologies to implement disaster recovery protection for a vCloud Director managed infrastructure. You will implement an automated DR plan and then initiate a live failover of private cloud infrastructure to a recovery site. Upon completion of the failover, you will verify the recovery of both the vApp workloads and cloud management services. The use of automated dependency mapping will be reviewed to ensure all application components are protected.

    Products Highlighted: VMware Site Recovery Manager (SRM)

    DB:3.61:Hol-Inf-05 - Implement Disaster Recovery For The Cloud With Vmware Site Recovery Manager (Srm) pd


    In this lab you will leverage various VMware technologies to implement disaster recovery protection for a vCloud Director managed infrastructure. You will implement an automated DR plan and then initiate a live failover of private cloud infrastructure to a recovery site. Upon completion of the failover, you will verify the recovery of both the vApp workloads and cloud management services. The use of automated dependency mapping will be reviewed to ensure all application components are protected.

    Products Highlighted: VMware Site Recovery Manager (SRM)

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.61

    DB:3.61:Ccm 4.1(3) Disaster Recovery xx



    hello,

    in the event of a crash of our production ccm 4.1(3) box, we plan to failover to our ipcc express server. (same ProLiant DL320 G2 model)we are running BARS backup.

    would this be too time consuming? I started reading here, but not sure which direction to go.

    http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/cucm/admin/4_1_3/ccmsys/a02redun.html

    thank you for any assistance

    DB:3.61:Ccm 4.1(3) Disaster Recovery xx


    making sure we are ready in case of a server failure.

    thank you again.

    ciao

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.59

    DB:3.59:Disaster Recovery For Hana c8



    Anyone knows the Disaster Recovery solution for HANA? Thanks,

    DB:3.59:Disaster Recovery For Hana c8


    HANA is not yet 100% matured for OLTP applications, so that SAP targets for OLAP applications, at the moment for DR, take care by OS tools

    Thanks Regards

    Rao

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.59

    DB:3.59:Disaster Recovery System 81



    He there a way to backup or restore a user's voicemail greetings ?

    DB:3.59:Disaster Recovery System 81


    The only backup/restore tools we have are DIRT or COBRAS, they do backup the greeting but also a lot more information.

    If it's for a few users you can use the media bar and save the wav files and then paste them.

    I'm assuming this is for Unity 7.x as you never mention what you're using.

    HTH

    java

    if this helps, please rate

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.59

    DB:3.59:Disaster Recovery Plan For Domain And Exchange Server Reside In Single Server kk


    Hi
    I have Windows 2008 R2 and Exchange server 2010 in single server working as a domain controller and exchange as a mailbox,CAS and hub transport roles even DAG not configured.l want to know good disaster recovery plan if this single server crash because of
    hardware?My company is small can not afford 3-4 server hardware .Please give step by step procedure for disaster recover??
    Thanks

    Aljabert

    DB:3.59:Disaster Recovery Plan For Domain And Exchange Server Reside In Single Server kk

    Hi
    1. You need to bakcup AD. If AD is broken, exchange won’t work. But it is not topic of exchange forum.

    2. How to backup and restore exchange 2010. I just list backup and restore exchange 2010 database through windows 2008 windows server backup service.

    How to backup exchange 2010
    How to restore exchange 2010Terence Yu
    TechNet Community Support

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.59

    DB:3.59:Disaster Recovery Solution 8c



    Hello,

    One of my client have an requirment to Have two Disaster recovery locations for his Virtual Datacenter. What he needs is.

    1. To have a redundancy to his production virtual Datacenter withine to same building location , and

    2. To have a remote disaster recovery site in the remote location.

    I tried to research on it, and found most of the pointers to SRM, but really not able build a proper plan for the same.

    If anyone knows about it, pls let me know.

    Regards

    DSRSAS

    DB:3.59:Disaster Recovery Solution 8c


    Remember that SRM require a storage replication at "low level" and with some storage could be and expensive option.

    There are also other solutions like Double Take, Vizioncore vReplicator or Veeam Backup that can be also considered.

    Andre

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.59

    DB:3.59:Oracle Business/Disaster Recovery Test Plan ? ds


    I've been asked to create a business/disaster recovery plan (Cover our Oracle environment) outlining what to test in the event of a DR/BR situation once the DB has been restored. Does anybody have a word template or any information would assist me in this task

    Thanks

    DB:3.59:Oracle Business/Disaster Recovery Test Plan ? ds

    DarkFiBrE72 wrote:
    .. outlining what to test in the event of a DR/BR situation once the DB has been restored. If am guessing correctly what you tried to explain, this should be about procedures that needed to be done to confirm successful restore/recovery of the database in the means of the full functionality and error free application operation after the restore/recover , as it was before the disaster .
    If this is the case ,then defining those tests higly depends on the way in which that application works; that is , what is considered to be fully functional application,
    and , as Mark mentioned, that part of the test/check plan is almost never a DBA task , but almost always development team and/or users task.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.59

    DB:3.59:Thread: Disaster Recovery Drill 37


    I figured that collecting information from the installed servers is a good start towards creating a disaster recovery plan.

    If someone could direct me to literature that provides netware 6.5 recovery procedures that would be great. Meanwhile please comment on my high level plan:

    Collect Info from the servers (Tree and context, installed programs, volume names and sizes, ip address)

    Install fresh Netware 6.5 server on new hardware.

    Install all programs including backup exec and a tape drive.

    Install Groupwise

    Restore User folders

    Restore Schema, and or eDirectory

    Restore post office.

    DB:3.59:Thread: Disaster Recovery Drill 37

    An easy way to collect information about the server is to run load config /all and then look at the config.txt. The file will include the the server name, ip address, eDir information, information on the versions of nlms, etc. Rather than do this manually let the system work for you.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.59

    DB:3.59:Best Solution For Disaster Recovery fz


    Hi ,What is the best solution for disaster recovery?We want to create a disaster recovery system, other then Production environment, if any thing goes wrong with production Environment, end user can have access from Disaster recovery environment.Where can I find detail documentation for disaster recovery for Documentum?Thanks Regards,Prabhu

    DB:3.59:Best Solution For Disaster Recovery fz

    You can check the failover section in the admin guide to get started on this HA solution.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.57

    DB:3.57:Modello Per Stesura Disaster Recovery Plan sd


    Ciao a tutti,
    spero di essere nella sezione giusta...
    Per caso qualcuno sa suggerirmi dove trovare un modello in lingua italiana per la stesura di un documento per il disaster recovery del reparto IT, con i vari punti da trattare ed eventulamente anche degli esempi?
    Grazieinfinite, ciao,
    Alessandro

    DB:3.57:Modello Per Stesura Disaster Recovery Plan sd


    non credo che si possano trovare modelli ed esempi che cerchi anche perchè ci sono aziende e professionisti che fanno di Business Continuity e Disaster Recovery Plan il loro pane quotidiano e ciascuno ha il suo modello personalizzato.
    O ti ispiri leggendo quel poco che si riesce a trovare qua e là in internet o ti affidi a dei professionisti.
    ciao.

    Edoardo Benussi
    Microsoft MVP - Management Infrastructure
    edo[at]mvps[dot]org

    Ciao Edoardo,

    grazie per la risposta.
    Valuterò allora come procedere, se inventarmela di sana pianta prendendo un pò spunto qua e la, oppure rivolgerrmi a qualcuno!

    Ciao e grazie,
    Alessandro

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.57

    DB:3.57:Disaster Recovery Plan For Weblogic Server 3f


    Hello Everyone,I'm planning to setup Weblogic DR site. I have few applications using Weblogic. Please advice what are limitation or Weblogic or point ML note or any master document.Thanks

    DB:3.57:Disaster Recovery Plan For Weblogic Server 3f

    Hello Everyone,I'm planning to setup Weblogic DR site. I have few applications using Weblogic. Please advice what are limitation or Weblogic or point ML note or any master document.Thanks

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.55

    DB:3.55:Thread: Disaster Recovery Plan For Single Server 1k


    I have gone through all the steps in the documentation on backing up the server configuration, CA, and DB. The directory where this data is being stored is covered in a nightly tape backup as is the content repository.

    I have looked at the chapter on disaster recovery, but it does not seem to speak to my situation. Both scenarios assume that you already have another server running in the zone. I have a single ZCM server running on SLES 10.3. So the methods described there do not help much. I guess I need another section in the documentation with disaster recovery spelled in all caps.

    Does anybody know if there is a recovery path if you loose a ZCM server that is the only server in the zone?

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.55

    DB:3.55:Biztalk Server Hardware Environment Plan k8



    I need to prepare BizTalk Server hardware environment plan in terms of BizTalk/SQL Server/SAN/Network topologies, disaster recovery/failover BizTalk environments, BizTalk
    solutions design, scalability of hardware
    Could you pleas advice me

    DB:3.55:Biztalk Server Hardware Environment Plan k8


    100000 messages per day - enviornment (BizTalk and SQL server4 GB RAM and 80 GB disk space)
    500000 messagesper day --enviornment(BizTalk and SQL server8 GB RAM and 120GB disk space)

    No, and if you find any, keep in mind, they would be completely meaningless.
    You cannot size a BizTalk app on # of Messages alone.
    If you legitimately expect 500K per day, you absolutely should be able to justify a perf test phase where you start with 4 Servers, 2 BizTalk and 2 SQL Servers, clustered.
    Start with 8GB memory everywhere, memory is cheap. Disk on a BizTalk server is almost always irrelevant since there is not local storage. Database size depends completely on your application.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.55

    DB:3.55:Disaster Recovery Plan fc


    Hello All,

    I am planning a guidelines (documentation) of Database Disaster recovery for my Oracle Database.

    The scenario would be

    1. Remote location of the database used for the Disaster Recovery
    2. I will be sending backups to the person located at remote site.
    3. My database is not configured for the ARCHIEVED LOG MODE

    Concern areas

    1. Which backup format would be best suited for the recovery purpose?
    a. Import / Export of FULL database
    b. Cold Backup of the database

    2. What would be possibility of dataloss in the cold backup and can we reduce the loss?

    3. Is any standard template / document available which I can refer to prepare my Disaster recovery plan?

    4. How I can reduce the recovery time? Will the FAST_START_MTTR_TARGET parameter help in this?

    5. How do I switch my current database from NO ARCHIVE MODE to ARCHIVE MODE?

    Thanks in advance

    Himanshu

    DB:3.55:Disaster Recovery Plan fc

    Hi,

    About your concern areas:

    1) Don't rely on export/import. This is slow and not really something you can rely on (IMHO) for a DR plan. you want to be ready to resume activity at remote site. So you can start with database cold backup. Then there are many choices. I'll deal with it in following points.

    2) If you're sending nightly cold backups and only them (no archived redo log files) then you'll looses everything that happenned between backup time and crash time. I Won't go any further in this way cause I don't think that's a DR scenario. If you want to reduce the loss, you must have the archived redo logs sent to the remote site.

    3) Well, I'd tend to refer TFM once more, particularly the User Managed Backup and Recovery Handbook, ... well, everything about BR!

    4) no this will not help. The only way to redure recovery time is keeping the distant database with the less lag possible from main database. So, I think you should consider standby database and DataGuard. If you set it up correctly, then the Standby (DR site) will be kept in synch with the Primary (Main) database, at network resource expense, of course. There are different level of data protection (you can switch between them after the initial setup is done) that can be used in order to define exactly how you want the sync being processed.

    5) Easy if you tell which version you're using. i'll give 9i (+spfile) release method here, starting from a prompt on the Main database server:$ sqlplus /nolog
    SQL conn / as sysdba
    SQL alter system set log_archive_start=true scope=spfile;
    SQL alter system set log_archive_dest_1='location=/path/to/the/archive/directory mandatory reopen=300' scope=spfile;
    SQL alter system set log_archive_format='SID_T%T_S%S.arc' scope=spfile;
    SQL shutdown immediate
    SQL startup mount
    SQL alter database archivelog;
    SQL alter database open;
    SQL archive log listThe output of archive log list must show that the database is in archivelog mode and that automatic archiving is enabled.

    If I was you, I'd start with point 5, and then try to setup a Standby database on the LAN, and after that thinking about how to set it up remotely (WAN, VPN, ...)

    HTH,

    Yoann.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.54

    DB:3.54:Sharepoint Disaster Recovery 1z


    hi

    I want to create sharepoint disaster recovery site.... so please guide me

    DB:3.54:Sharepoint Disaster Recovery 1z

    If you are asking for a software, many tool availavle on the Google, search and find there. One such utility is here which is also available as a Free to try version, you can try this tool for Sharepoint recovery.

    http://www.undeletepcfiles.com/sharepoint-database-recovery.html

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.54

    DB:3.54:Plan For Disaster Recovery (Sharepoint Server 2010) x9


    Disaster recovery Plan for SharePoint 2010

    DB:3.54:Plan For Disaster Recovery (Sharepoint Server 2010) x9

    Following url might help you to understand more on thedisaster recovery plans
    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-in/library/ff628971(v=office.14).aspx
    Regards Roy Joyson
    Please remember to mark your question as answered/Vote helpful if this solves/helps your problem.Roy Joyson

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.53

    DB:3.53:Backup Disaster Recovery 1j



    Dear IT Professionals,

    Thanks for Advance Help,

    We have three HP servers HP DLT 320 DAT Drive with arnd 16 no320 G.B Cassettes.

    I want to take the backup of all the Servers, so tat can make disaster recovery in future.

    can you suggest me how to use HP Data protector Express Software for all the server

    According to that i can plan for Backup Disaster Recovery.

    Thanks Regards,

    S.Sheshank.

    DB:3.53:Backup Disaster Recovery 1j


    Dear IT Professionals,

    Thanks for Advance Help,

    We have three HP servers HP DLT 320 DAT Drive with arnd 16 no320 G.B Cassettes.

    I want to take the backup of all the Servers, so tat can make disaster recovery in future.

    can you suggest me how to use HP Data protector Express Software for all the server

    According to that i can plan for Backup Disaster Recovery.

    Thanks Regards,

    S.Sheshank.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.52

    DB:3.52:Documentum Disaster Recovery z9



    Hi Experts,

    Have anyone implemented Documentum Disaster Recovery setup? Could you please share some idea or thought?

    Thanks

    DB:3.52:Documentum Disaster Recovery z9


    Hi Saurabh,

    Could you please send me a copy ?

    Tks Varela

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.51

    DB:3.51:Special Support In Asp.Net For Descater Recovery Procedure Or Business Continuty ? dx


    hello,
    Please guide is there any special support of business continuity plan or desacter recovery procedrue in .net ?
    Plz can u guide me what I should do for a dotnet web based financial application as disaster recovery plan or business continuity process ?

    thanks
    haansi

    DB:3.51:Special Support In Asp.Net For Descater Recovery Procedure Or Business Continuty ? dx

    hello,
    Please guide is there any special support of business continuity plan or desacter recovery procedrue in .net ?
    Plz can u guide me what I should do for a dotnet web based financial application as disaster recovery plan or business continuity process ?

    thanks
    haansi

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.51

    DB:3.51:Oracle Disaster Recovery Site On Cloud ck


    Dear All,we have E-business application 12.1.3/11.2.0.3 on Solaris 10 2 node 11gr2 RAC production on Solaris. we need to have disaster recovery plan for the both e-business 2 node RAC on cloud system,i don't have idea how to implement, please suggest me a brief idea how to implement this.Thanks Regards,

    DB:3.51:Oracle Disaster Recovery Site On Cloud ck

    Dear All,we have E-business application 12.1.3/11.2.0.3 on Solaris 10 2 node 11gr2 RAC production on Solaris. we need to have disaster recovery plan for the both e-business 2 node RAC on cloud system,i don't have idea how to implement, please suggest me a brief idea how to implement this.Thanks Regards,

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.51

    DB:3.51:Mpls Disaster Recovery 31



    Hi experts,

    Can anyone suggest me any articles/whitepaper to understand more on Disaster Recovery especially on MPLS??

    Thanks.

    DB:3.51:Mpls Disaster Recovery 31


    Hi,

    Not sure on disaster recovery on MPLS but for my network, need to consider MPLS TE for node protection FRR, LDP protection, IGP+LDP syncronization and etc. I think you might want to dig on cisco sites.

    cheers.

    maher

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.51

    DB:3.51:Urgent - Bw Disaster Recovery Plan xc



    I have been tasked with putting together documentation describing all the activities required to restore an SAP BW Production Environment in the event of a disaster.

    what are the require procedures to stop the data loads, delta loads

    what are the procedure to restart the load

    etc

    if anyone has a document on this, can you please send it to my id

    sapbw.ffm@gmail.com

    DB:3.51:Urgent - Bw Disaster Recovery Plan xc


    it works for me though,, try to copy paste in the browser

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.51

    DB:3.51:Creating A Disaster Recovery Plan j8



    Recently got asked to assist with disaster recovery planning for our big upgrade

    Current setup is

    VCenter 5.1

    ESX 4.1.0 build # 988178

    2 Clusters

    1 Production Pool

    14 Hosts

    60 VMs

    Goal is to have a complete disaster recovery plan put together and demonstrate it working on my test environment I am still setting up

    I typically would perform vicfg-cfgbackup command to backup our host configurations however ESX does not allow this command to function

    After some research it is looking like there is no one command to run and that I have to manually backup all the files is this right?

    I do have CommVault 8.0 available as well I just need a solution/plan that will allow for a complete recovery upon failure of the upgrade.

    Any help would be appreciated.

    Thanks!!!

    DB:3.51:Creating A Disaster Recovery Plan j8


    Note: Discussion successfully moved from VMware ESX 4 to Backup Recovery

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.51

    DB:3.51:Data Back Up , Disater Recovery And Ecm Centura 39


    Dear folks, Trying to get a handle on the storage possibilities for a typical documentum implementation. How does ECM centura perform than NetApps. what are the key parameters to consider during Disaster recovery/ Back up plan for documentum 5i servers.thanksRajanrajan.krishnan@gmail.com

    DB:3.51:Data Back Up , Disater Recovery And Ecm Centura 39

    Dear folks, Trying to get a handle on the storage possibilities for a typical documentum implementation. How does ECM centura perform than NetApps. what are the key parameters to consider during Disaster recovery/ Back up plan for documentum 5i servers.thanksRajanrajan.krishnan@gmail.com

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.51

    DB:3.51:Disaster Recovery cs


    Hi I need the steps for disaster recovery environmentif any one know please help meThanks

    DB:3.51:Disaster Recovery cs

    Hi, We have DR setup as follows1. Similar setup as production (With same Installationowner account, Repository name etc.,)2. DBA copies the data across3. Changed Content will be copied across using a job.Thanks,Seshu

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.51

    DB:3.51:Vms 2.2 And Disaster Recovery Site z8



    I've a lrage setup with disaster site at a geogrphically different location. We are planning to have a management plan from DRS in case of disaster at main site for our network and security infrastructure. The network has PIX, IDS and VPN devices of Cisco of almost all series.

    If anyone has got a solution other than parallel operation from DRS. We are looking for DR operations and management.

    DB:3.51:Vms 2.2 And Disaster Recovery Site z8


    I've a lrage setup with disaster site at a geogrphically different location. We are planning to have a management plan from DRS in case of disaster at main site for our network and security infrastructure. The network has PIX, IDS and VPN devices of Cisco of almost all series.

    If anyone has got a solution other than parallel operation from DRS. We are looking for DR operations and management.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.51

    DB:3.51:Disaster Recovery Test xd


    Hi, Can anybody please guide, who'll play the major role in "Disaster Recovery Test"like functional / basis / abap etc,,,

    DB:3.51:Disaster Recovery Test xd

    hi YogeshI read your postingPresently we are planning a disaster reovery plan of our own I believe we are happy with business availability plan... need to do business continuity plan if a disaster strucksCan I get some assistance on it from youmay few documents on DRPjameelkhan.p@gmail.comthis is my mail addressthanksJameel

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.51

    DB:3.51:Disaster Recovery 89



    Hello,

    its anyone who knows how a disaster recovery works on linux Server ( Red Hat 7.2 ) ?

    regard vitux

    DB:3.51:Disaster Recovery 89


    Can you please be more specific as to what you are looking to do? By Redhat 7.2 do you really mean ESX? There are several options for DR and several posts on the subject.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.49

    DB:3.49:Re: Disaster Recovery Plan mx


    I have been given the task of writing the disaster recovery plan for the office.

    Currently we have the tape backup which is completed nightly, and kept within the office fire safe. I am also contemplating taking a full backup off site weekly.

    We also have several other systems in place to protect ourselves from 'smaller' disasters, such as moving the backup files from the server to the local machine suing the express tools 'Movebak'.

    We also have a backup server which syncs the main every 30 minutes. Currently we do not back this up. Its primary job is to ensure we can 'carry on' regardless should the main sever fail.

    I was just wandering what format your plans took, and more importantly the level of content provided. More importantly, has I missed any thing!

    Any guidance would be greatly appreciated.

    Craig Boddington

    DB:3.49:Re: Disaster Recovery Plan mx

    J:

    Check out prices for off-site back-up like Iron Mountain (or smaller outfits), provided you have decent broadband. They'll do a base back up, and they can do incrementals (or differentials) at 3am nightly. The firm we ended up using at my previous employer charges $80 a month for 2gb of storage, which was cheaper than my toting tapes and burning CDs weekly.

    You still want to burn CDs monthly, and you need to figure in that cost, but off-site is increasingly a good option.

    Good luck

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.48

    DB:3.48:Reg:: Disaster Recovery Plan For Sharepoint 2010 And 2013 Farms (3 Tier Architecturd Sharepoint Farm) ma


    Hi Techys,
    We would like to establish Disaster Recovery for SharePoint 2010 and 2013 farms. Kindly provide to me the step by step guideines. It would be highly appreciated and very very elpful for me. My SharePoint farm is 3 tier architectured(1WFE1App1DB).
    The total SharePoint platform backup size is 2TB.
    Note: Kindly suggest me the best Disaster Recovery approach for successful SharePoint.
    Happy SharePoint Techys :)
    Many Thanks,
    Madhu

    DB:3.48:Reg:: Disaster Recovery Plan For Sharepoint 2010 And 2013 Farms (3 Tier Architecturd Sharepoint Farm) ma

    Hi Madhu,
    In addition to Trevor post, please check that:
    http://www.slideshare.net/thomasvochten/sharepoint-high-availability-disaster-recovery
    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff628971(v=office.15).aspx
    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj841106(v=office.15).aspx
    http://channel9.msdn.com/Events/SharePoint-Conference/2012/SPC111
    http://channel9.msdn.com/Events/SharePoint-Conference/2012/SPC172Kind Regards, John Naguib Technical Consultant/Architect MCITP, MCPD, MCTS, MCT, TOGAF 9 Foundation

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.48

    DB:3.48:Disaster Recovery Exchange 2010 k9


    Hi ,

    Need some help on disaster recovery planning.we are planning to move on disaster recovery site need some tips , Below is my test Ex2010 Enviroment

    1 DC , 1 CAS , 1 HUb 2 member DAG on main site , Plan is to install 1 more DC 1 Ex2010 with all three roles onother site.

    what I have to take care

    1) Do I need to give same subnet IP series to DR site also ?

    DB:3.48:Disaster Recovery Exchange 2010 k9

    Hi
    I would create a new site in AD SS say 192.168.2.0/24 and then install your DC and Exchange server with IPs in that subnet. You would probably need another VLAN in your test environment for this.
    You should also create VLAN(s) for the replication network - if you have the ability to stretch a VLAN over to your DR site then you can set up you test using a single subnet for the replication network for all 3 servers. If stretching a VLAN is not
    possible then I would create 2 subnets, 1 for the 2 MBX servers in the DAG already and another for the DR MBX server.
    Once you have the networking configured you can install Exchange and add the server to the DAG.
    Steve

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.48

    DB:3.48:Disaster Recovery Plan - Sccm xp


    Hi Guys,I am writing a SCCM - disaster recovery plan for our environment. We have a central site server that is linked to few primary site servers and every primary servers are supporting around 50 secondary sites. Entire structure is up and running, now i have to create a doco for disaster recovery. I thought to put this case infront of SCCM champs and gather ideas, experiences  that can benefit everyone here in relation with this context.Looking forward to everyone for their valuable inputs.Thanks Veday Server Engineer

    DB:3.48:Disaster Recovery Plan - Sccm xp

    Thanks Matthew .. i learned something from ur post Server Engineer

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.48

    DB:3.48:Disaster Recovery jx


    Hi
    we have a plan to perform an Disaster Recovery Drill on a Primary server which has more than 5K clients
    is this advisable, If so can i have any documents or Reference guide which describes how to perform the same.

    DB:3.48:Disaster Recovery jx

    It's all in the docs:
    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb633229.aspxplus
    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb632545.aspx(and the links at the end of the document).

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.48

    DB:3.48:Disaster Recovery pc


    Dear All,
    AppreciateThanks in Advance,
    We have 3 H.P. servers with Microsoft windows server 2008 r2 64 bit. i m looking for backupstrategic plan for all server as well as 25 systems with the disaster recovery, can i anyone suggest me the best options for this?

    Thanks Regards,
    S.Sheshank. Thanks & Regards, S.Sheshank

    DB:3.48:Disaster Recovery pc

    Hello,
    you have to divide the different server roles and applications for backup solutions, there is no complete easy backup possible. Each role/application has it's own requirement and MUST be handled correct to restore without any problems.
    In your case the main parts are AD, SQL, the application server and i assume of course some data on file shares.
    AD requires a specific backup/restore way:
    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc794826(WS.10).aspx
    Forest recovery is the worst case planning:
    http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?utm_source=feedburnerutm_medium=feedutm_campaign=Feed%3aMicrosoftDownloadCenter(MicrosoftDownloadCenter)id=16506
    SQL:
    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms187048.aspxhttp://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-us/category/sqlserver
    Application server: Backup on this machines belong to the installed applications, maybe it's easier to reinstall acomplete server.
    Data: This belongs to the software you use. For Windows backup of file services please ask in the backup forum for best help:
    http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en/windowsbackup/threadsBest regards Meinolf Weber Disclaimer: This posting is provided AS IS with no warranties or guarantees , and confers no rights.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.48

    DB:3.48:Disaster Recovery In Powercenter f8



    Does PowerCenter have any disaster recovery methodology/process?If so, are there any examples of best practices relative to PowerCenter in disaster recovery environments?

    DB:3.48:Disaster Recovery In Powercenter f8


    Does PowerCenter have any disaster recovery methodology/process?If so, are there any examples of best practices relative to PowerCenter in disaster recovery environments?

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.48

    DB:3.48:Fmw 11g Disaster Recovery Solution 88


    Folks,
    Any documentations to recommended disaster recovery solution for Fusion Middleware 11g?

    Thanks.

    DB:3.48:Fmw 11g Disaster Recovery Solution 88

    Folks,
    Any documentations to recommended disaster recovery solution for Fusion Middleware 11g?

    Thanks.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.48

    DB:3.48:What Is Whole System Replacement 7d


    I have searched everywhere but I cannot find an explanation as to what this is so could someone please tell me what a whole system replacement is. I only know that it is a data recovery method. I also know that it is used after a disaster occurs in an
    organization as part of their disaster recovery plan

    DB:3.48:What Is Whole System Replacement 7d

    Hi,
    Yes, based on my knowledge, whole system replacement would mean if huge disastehappened toyour system and you could no longer use it, then the whole system would be replaced for you.

    In windows 7, you can backup your personal files and create a system image, which can avoid such disaster in case your system is damaged or you upgrade to other windows version.
    More information about Windows Backup and Restore, please refer to these articles:
    http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows7/what-is-a-system-image
    http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows7/products/features/backup-and-restoreAndy Altmann
    TechNet Community Support

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.48

    DB:3.48:Disaster Recovery Plan dk



    We're running xMII 11.5 SP3 in a three-tiered centralized server environment (Development, Staging and Production). We plan on having a project up and running in production by October 1. Before we do so, however, we need to develop a disaster recovery plan in the event of a failure of our production server. Our staging server is in a different city and we plan on using it as our temporary production server.

    Does anyone have any recommendations on putting together a disaster recovery plan for this scenario?

    Thanks!

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.48

    DB:3.48:Disaster Recovery Plan In Azure Project 7x


    Hi Azure team,
    we are working on application migration to azure. Let any one provide me details from their experience, When did you migrate application to azure?
    What are all the things you did for disaster recovery plan in azure?
    waiting to receive feedback on this topic. Help me on this.
    Thanks.

    DB:3.48:Disaster Recovery Plan In Azure Project 7x

    Hi Saravanabharathi,
    Base on my experience, if we host our application on azure platform, MS azure Data Center will store our application on nearly data center, and at the same time, azure also backup the data on other datacenter. I think you don't worry about your data safety.
    You could refer to those document to get more detail (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windowsazure/dn251004.aspx
    http://www.oakwoodinsights.com/disaster-recovery-cold-storage/

    http://blogs.msdn.com/b/kdot/archive/2013/06/29/cross-datacenter-disaster-recovery-in-windows-azure-example-solution.aspx).
    Please refer to.
    Thanks
    Regards,
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  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.48

    DB:3.48:Live Upgrade dc


    I am configuring several servers in my enviroment with live upgrade and am wondering if anyone has ran into any issues working with Live Upgrade.

    I plan to use this app more as a disaster recovery solution (no not as a primary I am also running netbackup) for a redundent recovery solution.

    DB:3.48:Live Upgrade dc

    [[[I am configuring several servers in my enviroment with live upgrade and am wondering if anyone has ran into any issues working with Live Upgrade.]]]

    That depends on what your env looks like. If it was anything like mine when I implemented LU, here are some caveats you gotta remember:

    Upgrading Solaris 2.6/7 to 8 or higher (i'm assuming these days most folks would be going to 9 or 10) -- you have to make sure you have the right Live Upgrade packages. There was a mismatch/lack of downward compatibility between LU 2.0 and LU1.0 (older releases of SOlaris 8 iirc prior to rel 02/02 used to ship with LU 1.x - then they upgraded to 2.x). If you jumpstart server is set up with older packages, you might have to patch your jumpstart boot/install images.

    There were issues with bzcat and cpio patches being required on sol 2.6/7 upgrades failing which lu would simply fail to complete. Researching on Sunsolve would be a good idea.

    [[[I plan to use this app more as a disaster recovery solution (no not as a primary I am also running netbackup) for a redundent recovery solution.]]]

    This is a good idea (imho) -- if you have established baseline OS images and review your flash archive at regular intervals. For instance, in my old shop I had established the policy of revisiting standard and specialized flash archives every quarter (to update, upgrade to latest patch level, drivers, etc). That way we could control the currency of the OS and knew which Archive to use for restores and DR.

    HTH

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.48

    DB:3.48:Disaster Recovery Plan Epo d7



    Hey guys,

    I have been following the KB66616 article for backup and recovery as my disaster recovery plan. Noticed the server, db and apache folders are getting quite big. According to the document the following folders must be backed up:

    Server folder

    - LOGS can be excluded

    - CACHE can be excluded

    - WORK can be excluded (total size for these folders: 23.5MB)

    The 'server' folder without these folders adds up to 2.96GB

    DB folder

    - KEYSTORE

    - SOFTWARE

    These 2 folders adds up to 2.15GB

    APACHE2 folder

    - CONF

    Total: 108KB

    Total size of backup:

    +/- 5.21GB

    So backing up these folders together with my DB backup would be my disaster recovery plan. Anybody want to share their data recovery plan?

    DB:3.48:Disaster Recovery Plan Epo d7


    Unless you are changing things in EPO (checking in new extensions etc) how are these files changing between days (ignore logs) Most EPO data is held in the db.

    Would a weekely backup of this (unless changed) not do you?

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.47

    DB:3.47:Catalyst 6509 Core Switch. 77



    Other than having a 6509 spare in a disaster recovery plan, what other measures can be implemented in disaster recovery for the catalyst 6509.

    DB:3.47:Catalyst 6509 Core Switch. 77

    If you have a spare 6509, it is recommended to have the 2 6509 switches in the backbone trunked with HSRP running for automatic failover with multiple groups defined one for each VLAN.

    You can also utilize the load-balancing feature by defining one 6509 switch as the STP root for the even-numbered VLANs and the other 6509 as the root for odd-numbered VLANs.

    Use the "set spantree root" macro for this purpose. Please refer to the Cisco website for sample configuration.

    Hope this helps,

    RAJ

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.46

    DB:3.46:Disaster Recovery Plan 7m


     
    Hi
    I have started a disaster recoverry exercise project and have been told to give my plan.I do have the documentation from last year's DRE. What are key areas that I should focus on?

    DB:3.46:Disaster Recovery Plan 7m

    Hi,
     
    I hope it would help you
     
     
    Description of disaster recovery options for Microsoft SQL Server
    http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx/kb/822400
     
    BR
    Praveen Barath
     

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.46

    DB:3.46:Disaster Recovery Options Available For Sccm 2012 dp


    Hi Champs,
    We have 2 geographically separated data-centers and we have to plan for disaster recovery in SCCM 2012.
    So please help me to understand the disaster recovery options available for SCCM 2012.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.46

    DB:3.46:Which Is Good Srdf/S Or Srdf/A For Disaster Recovery Process 7m


    We plan to use EMCs SRDF/S or SRDF/A for Replication (as per our Disaster Recover plan). Can you tell, Is Documentum supporting this type of third party replication tool?If supports which one is good SRDF/S or SRDF/A?

    DB:3.46:Which Is Good Srdf/S Or Srdf/A For Disaster Recovery Process 7m

    We plan to use EMCs SRDF/S or SRDF/A for Replication (as per our Disaster Recover plan). Can you tell, Is Documentum supporting this type of third party replication tool?If supports which one is good SRDF/S or SRDF/A?