What I've done is to bring the recovery server up so that it alone thinks it
is the master, but let the rest of the environment know it by it's real
name. For example:
Production NetBackup Master: xxx
Disaster Recovery Master: yyy
DNS continues to see the Recovery server as yyy, but the target Disaster
Recovery machine thinks that it is xxx.
It's easy to change the system's identity (as long as you can stand a
reboot). Change the /etc/hosts, /etc/nodename, and /etc/hostname.<network
interface> files to reference xxx and then reboot your system. On the
NetBackup clients that you want to restore to, make sure you set their
server name to yyy.
There may be better ways to do it but this has worked fine for us.
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Kyle O'Connor [SMTP:koconnor AT powertel DOT com]
> Sent: Thursday, September 21, 2000 10:36 AM
> To: veritas-bu AT Eng.Auburn DOT EDU
> Subject: [Veritas-bu] Re: Recovering NBDB on a different master
> Hello all,
> I am doing disaster recovery testing and am not clear on how to recover
> netbackup database on a new master.
> The DLT 7000 tape drive is attached and the media is inserted, but when I
> the bprecover command,
> it is trying to restore to the old master. Any suggestions.
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