Re: dp restore to different server (102 Views)
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Hakki Aydin Ucar
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dp restore to different server

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is it possible ,if yes how ?

 

 

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Bob_Clark
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Re: dp restore to different server

Yes, this is certainly possible.  When doing a REstore, and after picking what it is you want to Restore, on the 2nd page there is a field for Target system.  You must have a Disk Agent component installed on this system

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Hakki Aydin Ucar
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Re: dp restore to different server

When I use restore (by the object not from session due to online backup) I can see only the original client when I click on Target system I cannot see the client fro different server, so I try to add client to my DP. installation failed and I got the error "The distribution of Data Protector subproducts to this system failed because
it is already part of another cell. A client system can belong to only one cell. "

in my question I did a a backup from a server in same cell of course and want to restore to different server in another cell ??
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Bob_Clark
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Re: dp restore to different server

You would have to take the physical media to your new cell, import it, then do the restore

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Shishir Misra
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Re: dp restore to different server

An alternate option could be to map a network share from the intended target to the system that is already a part of your current cell, and to restore data to that share.
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