Some of you probably already know my Best Practice Guide for Data Protector. I had created the document in 2013 (before I joined HP), and made it available to HP partners and some customers. The document covers all the essential aspects of a Data Protector environment. Topics such as installation, configuration and optimization are presented in very clear way, including practical tips. My colleagues now have translated the guide into English and expanded somewhat. The guide is now available to all interested readers. I look forward to suggestions and feedback to further expand this guide. Download link – Best Practice Guide (Passport Account required): https://h20229.www2.hp.com/partner/protected/assets/Products/DataProtection/HP_Data_Protector_Best_Practice_Guide.pdf Download from here – please note – the English version is more current:
Please find below all available downloads from this blog. BRICK – Backup Related Information Collector and Keeper – Version 2.0 https://www.data-protector.org/wordpress/?s=BRICK EADR for Cell Server – DP 9.06 on Windows 2012 R2 https://www.data-protector.org/wordpress/2016/05/prepare-and-execute-eadr-cell-server-on-windows-2012-r2-data-protector-9-06/ Data Protector Best Practice Guide https://www.data-protector.org/wordpress/?s=best+practice+guide BRICK – Backup Related Information Collector and Keeper – Version 1.20 (Pre 1.10 versions removed) https://www.data-protector.org/wordpress/?s=BRICK OMNILISTFREEDEVS – lists free devices www.data-protector.org/wordpress/?s=OMNILISTFREEDEVS OMNISPEED v2.00 HP-UX / Linux / Windows https://www.data-protector.org/wordpress/2014/03/omnispeed-2-0-data-protector-8-xx-hp-ux-linux-windows/ EADR for Cell Server – DP 8.1X on Windows 2012 R2 https://www.data-protector.org/wordpress/2014/04/eadr-cell-server-dp-8-1x-windows-2012-r2 OMNISPEED – average speed and current speed of running and completed sessions https://www.data-protector.org/wordpress/?s=OMNISPEED+average+speed+and+current+speed Simple Media Vaulting / Off-Site Tape Vaulting https://www.data-protector.org/wordpress/?s=Simple+Media+Vaulting Data Protector 6.2 Scheduler https://www.data-protector.org/wordpress/?s=Data+Protector+6.2+Scheduler Data Protector Migration Unix to other OS https://www.data-protector.org/wordpress/?s=Data+Protector+Migration+Unix+to+other+OS Recover Cell Server with Enhanced Automated Disaster Recovery https://www.data-protector.org/wordpress/?s=Recover+Cell+Server+with+Enhanced+Automated+Disaster+Recovery SaveDevices – omnidownload https://www.data-protector.org/wordpress/?s=SaveDevices+-+omnidownload SaveINSEvent4624 – Something Completely Different https://www.data-protector.org/wordpress/?s=SaveINSEvent4624+-+Something+Completely+Different omnircsync.pl https://www.data-protector.org/wordpress/?=somnircsync.pl Please note: the count of downloads is based on analysis since June 2012.
We have learned how to use StoreOnce in our environments, we read Best Practice Guides, Whitepaper, Tips, etc. We know that we have to follow some rules when StoreOnce is in place. As a review you may read Mr_T’s (HP) blog; maybe it will put a smile into your face too. The original article can be read here: http://h30507.www3.hp.com/t5/Technical-Support-Services-Blog/DPTIPS-1-way-to-ensure-uninspired-StoreOnce-VTL-performance-and/ba-p/146131