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What makes a recovery process an advanced restore procedure (versus a basic restore procedure) is not necessarily that it is a more complex procedure or will take more time to complete The term advanced simply implies that the restore procedure is taking advantage of the latest tools and features to make the more difficult service loss scenarios easier to recover from We explored the new features and new technology supported by Exchange 2007 for backing up Exchange 2007 Now, we will take a look at how the same advanced features can be used to rapidly recover critical Exchange server data
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Exchange 2007 introduces, for the first time ever in the Exchange product s history, the native capability to restore any mailbox database in an organization to another production mailbox server in the same organization Previous releases of Exchange imposed restrictions that prevented databases from being mounted on different servers Exchange 2007 s database portability removes the restrictions and makes it possible However, there are two limitations: You cannot mount databases from outside of the organization, and public folders are not supported Although much emphasis has been put on the latest clustering technologies, database portability deserves much attention in the context of disaster recovery The option to recover a database (or databases) of a failed server onto a functioning server can mean a minimal outage, whereas a lengthy outage would be expected Database portability can also come in quite handy during forklift hardware upgrades as well
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Imagine that you have a SCSI RAID controller failure for one of your storage groups You have been making backups with software that uses the legacy backup API and the only good copy you have of the database is on tape You do not have any additional space on the server with the failed controller However, you do have another Windows 2003 server with the Exchange Server 2007 mailbox role installed that does have enough free space You can take advantage of database portability and use the backup file to restore the database to the other server The process is illustrated in the following steps: 1 Create a target storage group with same name as the source storage group:
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[PS]C:\>New-StorageGroup CORP -Server E2K7-MB-02
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2 Create a target database in the target storage group with the same name as the source database:
[PS]C:\>New-MailboxDatabase -StorageGroup E2K7-MB-02\CORP -Name "Sales"
3 Set the target database so that it can be overwritten:
[PS]C:\>Set-MailboxDatabase "Sales" -AllowFileRestore $true
4 Click Start | Run, type ntbackupexe, click OK, and choose Advanced Mode 5 Click the Restore and Manage Media tab and then select the Exchange storage group or database you want to restore 6 The Restore files Original location option should be grayed out 7 Click Start Restore 8 Change the Restore To setting to the target server Type a path for the temporary location for log and path files, as shown here
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9 Check the box for Last Restore Set and click OK 10 Click OK to verify the backup file location 11 You can click the Report button when the restore is finished to verify the status of the restore When you are done, close the NTBackup tool 12 Mount the database on the target server:
[PS]C:\>mount-database "Sales"
Relocating Databases
In the previous example, you saw how a streaming backup could be used to restore access to users mailbox data on another server in the organization Another example of how database portability works is to move a production mailbox database from one mailbox server to another mailbox server within the organization Here are a few scenarios where this could be beneficial: The final steps in the dial-tone recovery process Decommissioning hardware Optimizing performance and managing database growth The relocation process is similar to recovering from a streaming backup to a new server: 1 Dismount the source database:
[PS]C:\>Dismount-Database "E2K7-MB-01\StorageAnnex\SuperSizedMBX"
2 Create a target storage group with same name as the source storage group:
[PS]C:\>New-StorageGroup StorageAnnex -Server E2K7-MB-02
3 Create a target database in the target storage group with the same name as the source database:
[PS]C:\>New-MailboxDatabase -StorageGroup E2K7-MB-02\StorageAnnex -Name "SuperSizedMBX"
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