Welcome to the EMC Support Community Ask the Expert conversation. On this occasion we will be covering Networker File System backups using NetWorker. Among the many areas we will be discussing, our expert will answer your questions in regards to best practices, issues related to file system backups.
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Deepak Verma is a remote Tech Support Engineer for Customer Service at EMC. Deepak is adept in analyzing information system needs, evaluating end-user requirements, troubleshooting for information systems management. He is actively involved in conducting and participating in various customer facing forums like Customer Quarterly business reviews and Tech Talks. Deepak have knowledge and hands on experience on products from multiple vendors in the IT industry and have been working majorly on several EMC and Symantec products.
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It would be better if you give an idea about different parallelism used in networker (client/save group /tape sessions) ,It is very confusing to me.
This discussion has started. We welcome your quetions, thoughts and ideas from today to September 19. Also be advised that a separate ATE event about Networker is being held on this link: Ask the Expert: NetWorker Module for Microsoft (NMM) - Configurations, Best Practices and Solutions.
yes, it can be achieved dividing save sets at folder level and by leveraging tape/disk device's tar/max sessions value.
Thanks for your suggestion.But I have many files in the parent folder itself to backup. In that case do you have any suggestion ,any alternate way to achieve it ?
Can you throw some light on slow file system backups?
What could be the possible reasons behind it and how do we troubleshoot it?
Is it possible to restore a data from one flavor to another flavor? If not, why Networker is called cross-platform architecture.
and Can you explain how we need to use nsr_migration cmd.
After cluster fail over, facing the file backup issue in Windows environment.
Error: "Client_Name: C:\ 88224:save: The base volume for the path [Cluster node path name] is unavailable or offline. Please ensure all volumes are online for backup operations."
Os type; windows 2008.
Faced the same error in windows 2012 server and 've included the below cmd in save operations tab backup is success but its not working for 2008 OS.
All the VSS writers are running fine and restarted as well. but no luck in 2008 OS.
Till NMM 2.4, we need to configure the File system backup by using special group. But, I could find in NMM 3 onwards, File system backup is running fine in normal group. Why the snapshot concept is removed on NMM 3 onwards. Actually, for taking snapshot type backup is faster than normal file group backup. why again EMC has moved into old method of backup.?