2013-07-05 06:33 AM
After installing OSSV 3.0.1 I cannot find a way to input a new or change the existing. NDMP password. is there a way to do this?
If you have to re-install OSSV what files and folders should be backed up to save the config for snapvault relationships?
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2013-07-05 07:27 AM
Here’s how to change the NDMP password:
[/]$ cd /usr/snapvault/bin [/usr/snapvault/bin]$ ./svpassword Password: <Enter the password here> Password changed
Here is the link for more information
Hope it will help.
2013-07-05 08:25 AM
The OSSV database for a particular relationship can also be restored if needed. It would be in root of destination qtree of NetApp filer.
Restore the.OSSV_DATABASE_BACKUP file from the root of the destination qtree to a file in any temporary location on the OSSV host. For example:
<install_dir>\bin\snapvault restore –S fas1:/vol/backups/ossv1/.OSSV_DATABASE_BACKUP C:\temp\database
The OSSV service running on the host will automatically recognize this as a database restore and complete the operations to put the recovered database in place.