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Backup and restore software falls into three categories: Standard Solaris tools like tar, dd, cpio, ufsdump, and ufsrestore. These tools are quite adequate for backing up single machines with multiple backup devices. Centralized backup tools like AMANDA and Legato NetWorker, which are useful for backing up multiple machines through a single backup server. Distributed backup tools like VERITAS NetBackup, which are capable of remotely managing storage for multiple machines. This section examines the standard Solaris backup and restore tools that are generally used for single machines with one or two backup devices. In addition, these tools are often useful for normal users to manage their own accounts on the server. For example, users can create tape archives using the tar command, whose output can be written to a single disk file. This is a standard way of distributing source trees in the Solaris and broader UNIX community. Users can also make copies of disks and tapes using the dd command. It is also possible to back up database files in combination with standard Solaris tools. For example, Oracle server is supplied with an exp utility, which can be used to archive the database while it is still running:
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Here, system is the username for an administrator with DBA privileges, and manager is the password. This will create a file called expat.dmp, which can then be scheduled to be backed up every night using a cron job, like so:
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Some sites take full data dumps every night, which involves transferring an entire file to a backup medium. This produces a small amount of system overhead if the archive is only a few megabytes in size, but for a database with a tablespace of 50GB, this would place a great strain on a backup server, especially if it is being used for other purposes. Thus, it might be more appropriate to take an incremental dump that records only data that has changed. Incremental dumps will be discussed later in the Using ufsdump and ufsrestore section.
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The tar ( tape archive ) command is used to create a tape archive or to extract the files contained on a tape archive. Although tar was originally conceived with a tape device in mind, any device can hold a tar file, including a normal disk file system. This is why many users have adopted tar as their standard archiving utility, even though it does not perform compression like the Zip tools for PCs. Tape archives are easy to transport between systems using FTP or secure copy in binary transfer mode, and they are the standard means of exchanging data between Solaris systems. As an example, the following script creates a tar file of the /opt/totalnet package. First, it checks the potential size of the tape archive by using the du command:
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$ cd /opt/totalnet $ du 4395 ./bin 367 ./lib/charset 744 ./lib/drv 434 ./lib/pcbin 777 ./lib/tds 5731 ./lib 5373 ./sbin 145 ./man/man1 135 ./man/man1m 281 ./man 53 ./docs/images 56 ./docs 15837 .
The estimated size of the archive is therefore 15,387 blocks. This could also have been achieved by using the command du s, which just computes the size, without printing details of directory sizes. To create a tape archive in the /tmp directory for the whole package, including subdirectories, you would execute the following command:
# a a a a tar cvf /tmp/totalnet.tar * bin/ 0K bin/atattr 54K bin/atconvert 58K bin/atkprobe 27K
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To extract the tar file s contents to disks, execute the following command:
# cd /tmp # tar xvf totalnet.tar x bin, 0 bytes, 0 tape blocks x bin/atattr, 54676 bytes, 107 tape blocks x bin/atconvert, 58972 bytes, 116 tape blocks x bin/atkprobe, 27524 bytes, 54 tape blocks x bin/csr.tn, 5422 bytes, 11 tape blocks x bin/ddpinfo, 9800 bytes, 20 tape blocks x bin/desk, 16456 bytes, 33 tape blocks x bin/ipxprobe, 35284 bytes, 69 tape blocks x bin/m2u, 3125 bytes, 7 tape blocks x bin/maccp, 2882 bytes, 6 tape blocks
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