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    Question Backupset and tdp for mail and tdp for database

    hi
    can add a tdp node in a backupset? or i can add only file and image node backup?
    if there are a method to add a tdp node how restore a nsf file or mdf file?

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    the first paragraph of "help generate backupset" states that only BA client data can be referenced

    Use this command to generate a backup set for a backup-archive client
    node. A backup set is a collection of a client's active backed up data,
    stored and managed as a single object, on specific media, in server
    storage. While the server allows you to create a backup set for any
    client node, a backup set can only be used by a backup-archive client.
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    ok
    i can add a tdp node to backup set and use the tsm client to restore the sql backup?
    do you think that's a good idea?
    thanks

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    I do not know if you can do anything with that backupset. The BA client will not be able to restore a filespace laid down by a TDP. Why do you need to have a backupset? Are you trying to transfer the data to another location. If so then do a SQL backup dump to disk and back it up with the BA Client. Then you can create a backupset of that dump file.
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    ok for database, but the problem is for tdp for mail, i can not creare a dump of nsf , then i not include the nsf file in backup set.
    Have you same idea how include nsf file in a backupset?

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    I got nothing for you other than if you are willing to halt Notes you can
    - register a new node specifically for this purpose,
    - backup the directory structure that contains the nsf files using the BA Client and then
    - create a backupset of that node after restarting Notes

    Since I am not familiar with Notes administration I have no way of knowing if you can do anything with these files on the receiving end after you restore using the backupset.
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