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1 VERITAS Bare Metal Restore 4.6 for VERITAS NetBackup System Administrator s Guide for UNIX and Windows N09870C

2 Disclaimer The information contained in this publication is subject to change without notice. VERITAS Software Corporation makes no warranty of any kind with regard to this manual, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. VERITAS Software Corporation shall not be liable for errors contained herein or for incidental or consequential damages in connection with the furnishing, performance, or use of this manual. VERITAS Copyright Copyright VERITAS Software Corporation. All rights reserved. VERITAS, VERITAS Software, the VERITAS logo, VERITAS Bare Metal Restore, and all other VERITAS product names and slogans are trademarks or registered trademarks of VERITAS Software Corporation. VERITAS, the VERITAS Logo, and Bare Metal Restore Reg. U.S. Pat. & Tm. Off. Other product names and/or slogans mentioned herein may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies. VERITAS Software Corporation 350 Ellis Street Mountain View, CA USA Phone Fax

3 Contents Preface xv Audience xvi Organization xvi Related Documents xvii Bare Metal Restore Documents xvii NetBackup Documents xvii System Administrator s Guides - Basic Product xvii User s Guides xviii Troubleshooting Guides xviii VERITAS Documentation on the Support Web Site xviii Conventions xix Type Style xix Notes and Cautions xix Key Combinations xx Command Usage xx Getting Help xx Chapter 1. Introduction Terminology Technical Overview How Does a Bare Metal Restore Work? How Do I Set Up BMR Restore Capabilities? What Capabilities Does the BMR Software Provide? BMR Graphical User Interface iii

4 Launching the BMR GUI BMR GUI Functions Clients BMR Servers NetBackup Servers Shared Resource Trees Boot Images Log File Licensing Help Bare Metal Restore Components BMR Main Server BMR Boot Server BMR File Server BMR Client NetBackup Server Deployment Planning VERITAS NetBackup Server Considerations Planning the BMR Installation BMR Main Server Considerations Identifying BMR Clients and SRT Requirements BMR File Server Requirements and Considerations BMR File Server Selection BMR and NetBackup Requirements and Limitations Requirements Limitations The Importance of Making a Complete Backup Chapter 2. BMR Server Installation and Configuration General Installation Requirements iv VERITAS Bare Metal Restore System Administrator s Guide

5 The altnames Directory Port Usage for BMR Client/Server Communication Upgrading from Bare Metal Restore Deletions Resulting from Upgrade Installation Upgrade Installation Procedure Installing BMR Servers HP-UX Solaris AIX Configuring BMR Servers Running the bmrsetupserver program Bare Metal Restore Server Configuration Example Configuring SAMBA on the BMR File Server Enabling Remote Access to the BMR GUI Adding a License Key Adding and Configuring NetBackup Servers Chapter 3. BMR Client Installation and Configuration General Client Installation Requirements General Requirements for BMR Installation on Clients Port Usage for BMR Client/Server Communication Upgrading from Bare Metal Restore Deletions Resulting from Upgrade Installation Upgrade Installation Procedure Installing BMR Clients HP-UX Solaris AIX Windows Configuring BMR Clients Contents v

6 Configuring UNIX Clients Configuring Windows Clients Backing Up BMR Clients Chapter 4. Creating a Shared Resource Tree (SRT) Understanding the Shared Resource Tree SRT Components Third Party Disk Device Driver and Volume Manager Network SRTs vs. CD-Based SRTs BMR File Server SRT Considerations The /var/bmr/etc/exports File bmrcreatesrt Default Path Edit the /var/bmr/etc/exports File Creating a Shared Resource Tree Creating an SRT for AIX Creating an SRT for Solaris Version Considerations Installing Additional VERITAS Software into a Solaris SRT Creating an SRT for HP-UX Creating an SRT for Windows Creating a CD-Based SRT CD Creation Considerations Creating a CD-based SRT for AIX Creating a CD-based SRT for Solaris Creating a CD-based SRT for HP-UX Creating a CD-based SRT for Windows Configuring SRTs from the BMR GUI Modifying a Shared Resource Tree Deleting a Shared Resource Tree Chapter 5. Creating Boot Images and Boot Media vi VERITAS Bare Metal Restore System Administrator s Guide

7 Understanding Boot Images Creating a Boot Image for a UNIX Client Configuring Boot Images from the BMR GUI Creating Boot Images (Floppies) for Windows Clients Generic Boot Floppy with Network-Based SRTs Custom Boot Floppy with Network-Based SRTs Custom Boot Floppy with CD-Based SRTs Running bmracceptfi on the BMR Main Server Chapter 6. Restoring a BMR Client Modifying Client Configuration BMR UNIX Clients BMR Windows Clients Preparing to Restore a Client BMR UNIX Clients BMR Windows Clients Restoring a Client Restoring UNIX BMR Clients Using Network Boot AIX Network Boot Solaris Network Boot HP-UX Network Boot Restoring UNIX BMR Clients Using Media Boot AIX Media Boot Solaris Media Boot HP-UX Media Boot Restoring Windows Clients Network Restore With Generic Boot Floppy Network Restore with Custom Boot Floppy Media Restore with Custom Boot Floppy Chapter 7. Dissimilar System Restore for Windows Clients Contents vii

8 When to Use Dissimilar System Restore Understanding the Dissimilar System Restore Process Saving the Source Client Configuration Determining Hardware Differences Adding New Drivers Adding Individual Drivers Copying Another Client s Configuration Adding a Service Pack Restoring the Client First Logon Performing a Dissimilar System Restore DSR Restore Procedure: Adding New Drivers DSR Restore Procedure: Copying Another Client s Configuration Procedures Troubleshooting Common Problems Different Service Pack Level Warning Duplicate IP Addresses on Network MAC Address Does Not Match Chapter 8. Advanced Features Dissimilar Disk Restore (DDR) When to Use Dissimilar Disk Restore Understanding the Dissimilar Disk Restore Process Dissimilar Disk Restore for UNIX Clients Dissimilar Disk Restore for Windows Clients Storage Area Network (SAN) Co-Existence Dissimilar System Restore Considerations Dissimilar Disk Restore on UNIX Considerations SAN Support Matrix Manual Recovery of Other Volumes viii VERITAS Bare Metal Restore System Administrator s Guide

9 Other Requirements Known Issues with SAN Co-Existence: Point in Time Restore When to Use Point in Time Restore Understanding the Point in Time Restore Process Service Packs for Windows Clients Including a Service Pack During Client Setup Creating a Service Pack Multiple Network Interface (Multihomed) Considerations General Constraints Clients with Multiple Network Interface Cards (NICs) UNIX Clients Windows Client Configuration Client Configuration Using Gateways Restoring NetBackup Media Servers (Solaris Only) Understanding NetBackup Catalogs and Catalog Backups Catalog Backups: NetBackup Cached Catalogs: BMR Creating a Media Server Shared Resource Tree Performing a Media Server Restore Selecting the Catalog Backup during the Prepare to Restore Process Restore Time Actions Restrictions and Limitations Restoring the BMR Server Chapter 9. Tips and Troubleshooting Tips Finding the Correct MSD Driver Identifying the Vendor Partition During a Client Restore BMR Requirements Contents ix

10 Recovering from Erroneous Input While Working with Generic Boot Floppies (Windows) Removing BMR Servers AIX LED Progress Codes Troubleshooting Solaris 2.6 Causing Panic on Net or CD-ROM Boot Symptoms Problem Solutions AIX Boot Failure Problem Solution Problems Booting from CD Long Restore Times on HP-UX Symptom Problem Solution Windows Media Boot Failure on Client with Multiple CD-ROM Drives Symptom Problem Solution Restore Failure of Windows BMR Clients with Multiple Identical NIC Cards Symptom Problem Solution The bmrd Daemon Does Not Start During bmrsetupserver Symptom Problem Solution Networking Problems at DOS Phase during Windows Client Restores x VERITAS Bare Metal Restore System Administrator s Guide

11 Failed Restores after Changing the NetBackup Server Information Symptom Problem Solution Appendix A. Upgrades and the Patch Mechanism Features Upgrading from Bare Metal Restore Space Requirements for Upgrading BMR Main Servers Deletions Resulting from Upgrade Installation Upgrade Installation Procedure Support for BMR 4.5 Clients Migrated Client Configurations Restoring a Client Using a Migrated Configuration Upgrading Migrated Clients to Using the Patch Mechanism UNIX Platforms Determining the Current Patch Level Applying a Patch Windows NT and Windows 2000 Platforms Determine the Current Patch Level Apply a Patch Appendix B. Deployment Planning Resources Specifications Sizing and Space Requirements Supported Operating Systems for BMR Servers and Clients Supported File Systems and Volume Managers Supported NetBackup Versions NetBackup Client 3.4 GA Cannot Be Used When Building SRTs Supported Hardware Components and Architectures Contents xi

12 Worksheets NetBackup Server Network Interface Worksheet Instruction NetBackup Server Network Interface Worksheet Network Topology Worksheet Instruction Network Topology Worksheet BMR Server Candidate Worksheet Instruction BMR Server Candidate Worksheet BMR File Server Worksheet Instruction BMR File Server Worksheet Shared Resource Tree Worksheet Instruction Shared Resource Tree Worksheet Dissimilar System Restore Worksheet Instruction Dissimilar System Restore Worksheet Appendix C. BMR Command Reference bmracceptfi bmrconfig bmrcreatesrt bmreditcfg bmrmkcdimage bmrnewcfg bmrrestore bmrsavecfg For UNIX platforms For Windows platforms bmrsetupclient For UNIX platforms For Windows Platforms: lm_keyins Glossary xii VERITAS Bare Metal Restore System Administrator s Guide

13 Index Contents xiii

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15 Preface This guide describes how to install, configure and use VERITAS Bare Metal Restore for VERITAS NetBackup. In this guide, VERITAS Bare Metal Restore is referred to as Bare Metal Restore or BMR. This document is the same as bmr-admin-guide.pdf distributed with the Bare Metal Restore software. xv

16 Audience Audience This guide is intended for the BMR/NetBackup system administrator responsible for configuring BMR/NetBackup. A system administrator is defined as a person with system administrator privileges and responsibilities. This guide assumes: A basic understanding of system administration. A working understanding of BMR client and server platforms. A working understanding of the NetBackup client and server software. Organization This guide is organized as follows: The Introduction provides an overview of the product s capabilities, and includes a description of the user interface and deployment planning information. The Installation chapters explain how to install and configure BMR on servers and clients. Creating a Shared Resource Tree (SRT) explains shared resource trees and gives procedures for creating network and CD- based SRTs. Creating Boot Images and Boot Media explains the process for creating boot images. Restoring a BMR Client gives instructions for performing the actual client restore, in the event of a system failure. Dissimilar System Restore for Windows Clients explains the procedure for restoring a Windows client to a system with a different hardware configuration than the original source client. Advanced Features provides explanations and instructions for using advanced BMR features. Tips and Troubleshooting gives tips for ease of use as well as symptoms, problems, and solutions for BMR troubleshooting. Appendix A, Upgrades and the Patch Mechanism, describes considerations for upgrading and applying patches to Bare Metal Restore. Appendix B, Deployment Planning Resources, provides system requirements tables and deployment planning worksheets to help plan your BMR installation. xvi VERITAS Bare Metal Restore System Administrator s Guide

17 Related Documents Appendix C, BMR Command Reference, provides explanations of the commands included with BMR. The Glossary provides definitions for terms that may be unfamiliar. Related Documents Bare Metal Restore Documents The CD-ROM for each Bare Metal Restore product has a copy of the related manuals in Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF). The PDF files are either in the root directory or the Doc directory on the CD-ROM. Note To view the PDF copies of the manuals, you need an Adobe Acrobat reader, which you can download from the Adobe web site at VERITAS assumes no responsibility for the correct installation or use of the reader. Bare Metal Restore 4.6 for VERITAS NetBackup Release Notes Provides important information about supported operating systems for Bare Metal Restore on UNIX and Windows, as well as notes that may not be in the Bare Metal Restore manuals. Bare Metal Restore 4.6 for VERITAS NetBackup QuickStart Explains how to get Bare Metal Restore software installed and running on supported UNIX and Windows platforms. Following the directions in the QuickStart guide will ensure that your BMR clients are properly backed up for a Bare Metal Restore operation. Bare Metal Restore 4.6 for VERITAS NetBackup System Administrator s Guide (current document) The System Administrator s Guide is the inclusive guide for administrators and other users. The guide explains how to install, configure, and restore BMR clients on both UNIX and Windows platforms. It also includes a troubleshooting section and a command reference appendix. NetBackup Documents System Administrator s Guides - Basic Product NetBackup DataCenter System Administrator s Guide for UNIX Preface xvii

18 Related Documents Explains how to configure and manage NetBackup DataCenter on a UNIX server. NetBackup DataCenter System Administrator s Guide for Windows Explains how to configure and manage NetBackup DataCenter on a Windows server. NetBackup BusinesServer System Administrator s Guide for UNIX Explains how to configure and manage NetBackup BusinesServer on a UNIX server. NetBackup BusinesServer System Administrator s Guide for Windows Explains how to configure and manage NetBackup BusinesServer on a Windows server. User s Guides NetBackup User s Guide for Windows Explains how to use install, configure, and use a NetBackup MS Windows client to perform backups, archives, and restores. NetBackup User s Guide for UNIX Explains how to use install, configure, and use a NetBackup UNIX client to perform backups, archives, and restores. Troubleshooting Guides NetBackup Troubleshooting Guide for UNIX and Windows Provides troubleshooting information for NetBackup DataCenter and BusinesServer products, including Media Manager. VERITAS Documentation on the Support Web Site Copies of the documentation for Bare Metal Restore (and other VERITAS products) are available on the VERITAS Support web site: 1. Open in your web browser. 2. From the main menu, click Support. The VERITAS Support page appears. Several support options are listed. 3. Click Online Documentation. The Online Documentation page appears. 4. Choose Bare Metal Restore. xviii VERITAS Bare Metal Restore System Administrator s Guide

19 Conventions 5. Choose Bare Metal Restore for NBU. 6. The page will refresh with a list of technical documents that are specific to the product you selected. Conventions The following explains typographical and other conventions used in this guide. Type Style Typographic Conventions Typeface Bold fixed width Fixed width Italics Sans serif (italics) Serif (no italics) Usage Input. For example, type cd to change directories. Paths, commands, file names, or output. For example: The default installation directory is /opt/vrtsxx. Book titles, new terms, or used for emphasis. For example: Do not ignore cautions. Placeholder text or variables. For example: Replace file name with the name of your file. Graphical user interface (GUI) objects, such as fields, menu choices, etc. For example: Enter your password in the Password field. Notes and Cautions Note This is a Note. Notes are used to call attention to information that makes using the product easier or helps in avoiding problems. Caution This is a Caution. Cautions are used to warn about situations that could cause data loss. Preface xix

20 Getting Help Key Combinations Some keyboard command sequences use two or more keys at the same time. For example, holding down the Ctrl key while pressing another key. Keyboard command sequences are indicated by connecting the keys with a plus sign. For example: Press Ctrl+t Command Usage The following conventions are frequently used in the synopsis of command usage. brackets [ ] The enclosed command line component is optional. Vertical bar or pipe ( ) Separates optional arguments from which the user can choose. For example, when a command has the following format: command arg1 arg2 the user can use either the arg1 or arg2 variable. When a command is too long to fit on one line within the text of this document, the following guidelines apply: When a space appears at the beginning of the second and/or consecutive lines of the command string shown, you are required to enter a space when you type the command. When no space appears at the beginning of the second and/or consecutive lines of the command string shown, the command string continues with no spaces. For example, if you see this: copy \program files\veritas\baremetalrestore\bin\ bmrrc.exe c:\program files\microsoft visual xstudio\vc98\bin\cl.exe Do include a space between visual and studio. Do not include a space between \bin\ and bmrrc.exe. Getting Help For updated information about this product, including system requirements, supported platforms, supported peripherals, and a list of current patches available from Technical Support, visit our web site: xx VERITAS Bare Metal Restore System Administrator s Guide

21 Getting Help VERITAS Customer Support has an extensive technical support structure that enables you to contact technical support teams that are trained to answer questions to specific products. You can contact Customer Support by sending an to (for low-priority issues), or by finding a product-specific phone number from the VERITAS support web site. The following steps describe how to locate the proper phone number. 1. Open in your web browser. 2. Click Contact Support. The Contacting Support Product List page appears. 3. Select a product line and then a product from the lists that appear. The page will refresh with a list of technical support phone numbers that are specific to the product you selected. Preface xxi

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23 Introduction 1 VERITAS Bare Metal Restore (BMR) provides disaster recovery features that enhance your current backup solution. If your system suffers data loss or corruption, NetBackup enables you to restore the data back on to the system. However, if your machine loses its boot capability or suffers other catastrophic failure, you must first manually restore the OS, system configuration, and NetBackup client before your NetBackup solution can completely recover the system. Bare Metal Restore automates the complete recovery of your client after catastrophic system failure. BMR is integrated with VERITAS NetBackup to ensure that your client files are backed up and restored. After installation and configuration of BMR, the recovery process can consist of running one command from the BMR GUI on the BMR main server and rebooting your client. This BMR recovery includes the operating system, the system configuration, and all system and data files. Separate system backups or reinstalls are not required. This chapter contains the following information: Terminology Technical Overview BMR Graphical User Interface Bare Metal Restore Components Deployment Planning BMR and NetBackup Requirements and Limitations The Importance of Making a Complete Backup 1

24 Terminology Terminology This section explains important terms as they apply to the operation of Bare Metal Restore. For a complete list of terms found in this book, see Glossary on page 313. For a complete list of commands and descriptions, see BMR Command Reference on page 291. Term BMR GUI BMR media boot boot image client configurations client/server SAMBA Shared Resource Tree (SRT) Definition The BMR user interface. Users access the BMR server GUI on the BMR main server. The process of using a CD-ROM that contains the appropriate SRT needed for restore so that the client does not need network access to the SRT on the BMR file server. A set of data that associates a BMR client with the appropriate SRT necessary for the restore process. BMR captures system specific configuration information such as number of disk drives, volume and file system information, number and type of network adapters, network properties, drivers, and other system software components. Each snapshot is called a Client Configuration. These configurations may change over time as system hardware and software is updated. There may also be situations in which a user must deliberately update a Client Configuration, such as for a Dissimilar Disk Restore or a Dissimilar System Restore. An architecture in which one computer can access information from another. The client is the computer that asks for access to data, software, or services. The server, which can be anything from a personal computer to a mainframe, supplies the requested data or services for the client. The utility that allows UNIX to share server file systems with Windows NT/2000. During the client restore process, the SRT provides the executables and utilities needed to reformat the drives, re-build the file systems, and restore the files using the NetBackup client software. Also, the shared resource tree (SRT) provides the resources needed to build the boot images. 2 VERITAS Bare Metal Restore System Administrator s Guide

25 Technical Overview Technical Overview The following illustration shows a simple version of a BMR system configuration. BMR main server NetBackup Master Server Backs up client A BMR client A BMR file server for client A BMR boot server for client A BMR main server - Typically, you will have one BMR main server, either an AIX, HP-UX, or Solaris machine. BMR boot servers/bmr file servers - The number of BMR boot servers and BMR file servers you have depends on the number of client platforms your BMR system will support. Each BMR UNIX client platform requires the corresponding platform type for the BMR file server and BMR boot server. Different versions of AIX BMR clients require BMR boot servers and BMR file servers of the same or greater AIX version. AIX is the only platform that allows the BMR boot server and BMR file server to reside on different machines. BMR Windows clients can use either an AIX, HP-UX, or Solaris machine as the BMR file server. BMR Windows clients do not use a BMR boot server. NetBackup Servers - All BMR clients should be regularly and fully backed up by a NetBackup server. How Does a Bare Metal Restore Work? The BMR client restore has three basic phases: Chapter 1, Introduction 3

26 Technical Overview 1. The client boots from a boot image, either via network boot or media boot. 2. The client accesses the Shared Resource Tree (again, either via the network or via media), and accesses or installs an OS image, a BMR client, and a NetBackup client. UNIX Client 3. The client performs an automated restore from the NetBackup client, restoring all requested files and data from the NetBackup server. The BMR main server manages the restore process, making the appropriate boot image and file system available to the client. The following example depicts a standard network restore BMR boot server (boot image) The UNIX client performs a network boot with the boot image on the BMR boot server. BMR file server (SRT) The client accesses system files and NetBackup client from the SRT on the BMR file server. NetBackup server (backup image) The client restores all requested files from the NetBackup backup image. Windows Client Boot image on boot floppy The Windows client boots from a boot floppy. BMR file server (SRT) The client installs system files and NetBackup client from the SRT on the BMR file server. NetBackup server (backup image) The client restores all requested files from the NetBackup backup image. 4 VERITAS Bare Metal Restore System Administrator s Guide

27 Technical Overview In the event of catastrophic failure, it may not be possible to perform a network boot. In that case, the BMR client restore relies on boot media and a CD-based SRT. The following example depicts a media restore. UNIX Client BMR CD-based SRT (boot image) The UNIX client boots from prepared boot media. BMR CD-based SRT The client accesses system files and NetBackup client from the prepared SRT on the CD. NetBackup master server (backup image) The client restores all requested files from the NetBackup backup image. Windows Client Boot image on boot floppy The Windows client boots from a boot floppy. BMR CD-based SRT The client installs system files and accesses NetBackup client from the prepared SRT on the CD. NetBackup master server The client restores all requested files from the NetBackup backup image. How Do I Set Up BMR Restore Capabilities? 1. Install and configure BMR main server, BMR boot servers, and BMR file servers. 2. Install and configure BMR clients. 3. Perform a full backup of each BMR client, including running the BMR command bmrsavecfg, which saves a copy of the client s system configuration. After your initial configuration and backup, bmrsavecfg is run automatically from the bpstart_notify script each time a backup is performed. 4. Create a Shared Resource Tree (SRT) for each client type. The SRT includes OS images, NetBackup client installation images, and other necessary system information. The SRT resides on the BMR file server, or you can create a CD-based SRT for the media boot option. Chapter 1, Introduction 5

28 BMR Graphical User Interface 5. Create a boot image for each BMR client type. This is stored on the BMR boot server, or on a floppy disk for Windows clients. 6. Verify pre-recovery setup. BMR automates the pre-recovery verification for a client when the Prepare to Restore operation is performed. See Preparing to Restore a Client on page 136 for details on verifying your pre-recovery preparation. What Capabilities Does the BMR Software Provide? BMR software provides the BMR GUI functions and command line utilities that help you perform BMR setup and restore processes: Installing BMR Configuring BMR servers Configuring BMR clients Creating SRTs Creating boot images Sharing boot images Managing SRTs and boot images Managing server configuration Managing client configuration Editing client configuration Saving client configuration Preparing to restore Performing complete client restore This guide explains the use of these tools and processes as they apply to each stage of setting up and using BMR. For a description of the BMR GUI, see BMR Graphical User Interface, below. For an explanation of command line utilities, see BMR Command Reference on page 291. BMR Graphical User Interface From the BMR graphical user interface (GUI), you can view lists of servers, clients, SRTs, and boot images. You can also view logs and configuration details. At restore time, you will use the BMR GUI to select and configure the clients you want to restore. 6 VERITAS Bare Metal Restore System Administrator s Guide

29 BMR Graphical User Interface Launching the BMR GUI The BMR GUI is available, by default, only to a browser on the BMR main server. It is possible to configure the BMR main server to allow the administrator to access the BMR GUI from other systems. For details on changing the server configuration to enable remote access, see Enabling Remote Access to the BMR GUI on page 40. To launch the BMR GUI 1. On the BMR main server, launch a web browser. 2. In the Address field, enter: where localhost is the server hostname, and 8080 is the port number. Note If you run the BMR GUI server on port 80, you do not need to specify the port number in the URL. The Logon Window displays: 3. Enter bmradmin as both the User Name and the Password. (The user name and password used by the BMR GUI have no relationship to the system user names and passwords.) Chapter 1, Introduction 7

30 BMR Graphical User Interface Following a successful logon, the BMR GUI displays: After the BMR GUI launches, the Bare Metal Restore Client List displays. From the main navigation bar along the top of the GUI, you can select a variety of BMR management options. 8 VERITAS Bare Metal Restore System Administrator s Guide

31 BMR Graphical User Interface BMR GUI Functions The functions of the BMR GUI are described in the following sections. The examples below assume you have already installed and configured the components of your BMR system. For instructions, see BMR Server Installation and Configuration on page 27. Clients A BMR client is a system that is protected by the BMR server. A BMR client will register itself to the BMR main server when the BMR Administrator runs the bmrsetupclient command for the first time. After that, a BMR client s configuration is uploaded to the BMR server every time bmrsavecfg runs. Since bmrsavecfg runs based on the NetBackup schedule, the BMR client s configuration upload usually occurs every day. Click Clients on the main navigation bar to display a list of BMR clients associated with this BMR main server. The Bare Metal Restore Client List displays: The Client List screen shows the operating system (in the OS column), as well as the client State. The following list describes the possible States: Client State Ready Ready to Restore Preparation Error Description This client has successfully registered with the BMR main server. A Prepare to Restore operation has been successfully completed on this client. The Prepare to Restore operation failed on this client. Chapter 1, Introduction 9

32 BMR Graphical User Interface Client State Restoring Restored Restoration Error Ready to Discover Discovering Discovered Description This client is currently being restored. This client has completed a restore. A failure occurred during a restore on this client. A successful Prepare to Discover operation has taken place on this client. A UNIX client is currently performing a discovery boot. A UNIX client has completed the discovery boot. Click the client in the Client Name list to view the Configuration List for Client screen. The Configuration List for a particular client displays the configurations available for the client in the Configuration Name column, as well as the configuration State. The following list describes the possible States: Configuration State Saved Edited Retrieved Description This configuration was generated when bmrsavecfg ran on the client. This configuration is an editable copy generated by a user. This configuration was retrieved from NetBackup for a Point in Time restore. 10 VERITAS Bare Metal Restore System Administrator s Guide

33 BMR Graphical User Interface Configuration State Discovered Description This is a minimal configuration generated by a UNIX client from a discovery boot. To view details of a configuration, click the name of the configuration. The Configuration Summary screen displays: This configuration information is updated every time bmrsavecfg runs on the client (usually every day depending on the backup schedule). For details on manually changing client configuration information, prior to doing a Prepare to Restore, see Modifying Client Configuration on page 122. Chapter 1, Introduction 11

34 BMR Graphical User Interface BMR Servers The BMR Servers option displays the list of BMR file and boot servers. The following screen shows an example list: BMR server configuration is defined when bmrsetupserver is run as part of the installation and initial configuration (see BMR Server Installation and Configuration on page 27). Although you cannot change the configuration from the BMR GUI, you can view a screen of configuration details. From the list above, you can select a server configuration to view by doing one of the following: Click the name of the server in the Server Name list or Click the radio button to the left of the server name, then click View. 12 VERITAS Bare Metal Restore System Administrator s Guide

35 BMR Graphical User Interface The View the BMR Server Configuration screen displays: NetBackup Servers Click NetBackup Servers on the BMR navigation bar to display the NetBackup Server List screen. On this screen, you can add or modify the NetBackup servers in your BMR configuration. For more details on this function, see Adding and Configuring NetBackup Servers on page 41. Chapter 1, Introduction 13

36 BMR Graphical User Interface Shared Resource Trees Click Shared Resource Trees on the BMR navigation bar to display the List of Shared Resource Trees screen. This screen displays available Shared Resource Trees (SRTs) for your BMR clients. For more information on SRTs, including instructions on creating and configuring SRTs, see Creating a Shared Resource Tree (SRT) on page 61. Boot Images Click Boot Images on the BMR navigation bar to display the List of Boot Images screen. This screen displays available boot images for your BMR clients. For more information on creating and configuring boot images, see Creating Boot Images and Boot Media on page VERITAS Bare Metal Restore System Administrator s Guide

37 BMR Graphical User Interface Log File The BMR log file contains useful information about BMR activity and events. Messages in this file are helpful in identifying existing and potential problems. VERITAS Customer Support often asks to review these logs with you when troubleshooting a problem. When viewing the log file from the BMR GUI, only the most recent 50 messages are displayed. To review messages before the most recent 50, you should review the actual log file on the BMR main server. The location of the log file is displayed at the top of the BMR Server Log File screen. To display the BMR Server Log File, click Log File on the BMR navigation bar. The following displays: Chapter 1, Introduction 15

38 BMR Graphical User Interface Licensing Click Licensing on the navigation bar to see the following BMR license information: Used Licenses: the total number of licenses currently used by BMR Licensed Client (s): a list of all licensed clients registered with this BMR main server BMR Version Information: a list of BMR version information, including the following: The release name of the current version of BMR that this server is running The actual product build version of BMR that this server is running The Enterprise Storage Manager used by this BMR server (NetBackup). If you need to call VERITAS Customer Support for any reason, please have your license information ready. Help Click the Help button to view an electronic (PDF) version of these two BMR manuals: Bare Metal Restore System Administrator s Guide Bare Metal Restore QuickStart 16 VERITAS Bare Metal Restore System Administrator s Guide

39 Bare Metal Restore Components Bare Metal Restore Components BMR uses your existing NetBackup server and client configuration, and adds BMR main server, BMR boot server, and BMR file server components. Depending on the platforms in your environment, the BMR server components can be located on the same machine, on a separate machine, or on a combination of machines. BMR Main Server The BMR main server manages the client restore process. It makes the appropriate boot image and filesystems available to the client, ensures that the BMR boot server and BMR file server are properly configured, and generates a customized client boot procedure. The BMR main server must be running at all times because it is the license server for BMR clients. BMR Boot Server The BMR boot server provides the boot image to the client when a BMR UNIX client performs a network boot prior to restore. BMR uses the standard bootp or bootparam protocol to network-boot a client from the boot server. BMR File Server The BMR file server makes the necessary filesystem resources available to the client at restore time via NFS or SAMBA. These resources are included in the shared resource tree (SRT) filesystem that contains the necessary operating system commands and libraries, the BMR client package, and the NetBackup client package. Note SAMBA code is included to allow Windows BMR clients to access the SRT on UNIX BMR file servers. BMR Client The BMR client is any machine on which the BMR client software is installed. BMR clients are also NetBackup clients. In this context, it is probable that a BMR client may also be a server for other applications or data. Chapter 1, Introduction 17

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