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Enterprise level backup for DCO

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Timothy_Gilbert
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Enterprise level backup for DCO

Hello we have a customer that is looking for a specific way to backup DCO with their own tool. They do not wish to use the built in backup methods that DCO provides. The case details can be found below:

 

 

"DCO: 8.3.0 | SV1525L88V7A
Customer wants an "Enterprise level backup" and needs to go above and beyond the common backup.
Does not want to use a share directory. Wants to use their tool to backup the software. FA310229 not applicable.


Postgresql database information that we are looking for:
On the General tab, perform the following.
· In the Instance Name box, type the name of the instance.
· In the PostGres User Name box, type the user name to access the Postgres application.
· In the PostGres Account Password box, type the Postgres User Account Password.
· In the PostGres Confirm Password box, type the Postgres password to confirm the password.
· In the Maintenance DB box, type the name of a system database which is used as Maintenance DB.
· In the Binary Directory box, type the path to the Postgres application. Alternatively, click Browse to locate the path.
· In the Lib Directory box, type the path to the library directory for the instance. For example, /opt/PostgreSQL/9.2/lib.
· In the Archive Log Directory box:
o On a UNIX client, type the path to the directory where you want to store the archive log files. For example, /opt/wal. Make sure that this path does not point to pg_log or log directories and pg_xlog or pg_waldirectories.


We need this information because we setting up backups on the database itself (Commvault backup agent)."

 

Please advise

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Jef
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Re: Enterprise level backup for DCO

Hi Timothy,

 

DCO/ITA dose only support its own build-in feature to schedule a Backup and/or Restore a backup (originated from a DCO/ITA) server.

Additional to the Backup/Restore feature, DCO/ITA supports Disaster Recovery setup:
https://helpcenter.ecostruxureit.com/hc/en-us/articles/360038096374-Disaster-recovery

Kind regards,

Jef

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Jef
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Re: Enterprise level backup for DCO

Hi Timothy,

 

DCO/ITA dose only support its own build-in feature to schedule a Backup and/or Restore a backup (originated from a DCO/ITA) server.

Additional to the Backup/Restore feature, DCO/ITA supports Disaster Recovery setup:
https://helpcenter.ecostruxureit.com/hc/en-us/articles/360038096374-Disaster-recovery

Kind regards,

Jef

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Timothy_Gilbert
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Re: Enterprise level backup for DCO

Thank you for the response and answer Jef!

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Jef
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Re: Enterprise level backup for DCO

You are very welcome, Timothy

Kind regards,

Jef

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