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srprks 14th February 2017 13:32

LN restore
 
Hi Gurus,

If any thing happens and it causes hardware failure , then what are the things we should have so that we can restore the LN as it was earlier.

What are the things we need to take into accounts.

Thanks

bhushanchanda 15th February 2017 11:22

This question is not related to LN but quite generic.

To be precise, all you need is a good IT Policy which includes the following -

1. Ensure Proper Backups
2. Ensure Proper Backups
3. Ensure Proper Backups

That's true. A good back-up and recover policy(for application and database) and you don't need to worry. If you have your back-up's with you, any physical damage wouldn't affect your data. Rest, if your servers can be remotely logged in, either go for a cloud based service or keep at least 2 lease lines to make sure your servers are reachable 24/7.

Either hire a consultant in to help you set it up, or self-learn the things regarding databases and application data backup policies and you will be good.

srprks 16th February 2017 05:51

HI Bhusan,

Basically I want to know how to take backup of LN. Is it the sequential dump itself is the backup or any other things we need to take care.

Thanks,
Soumya

bhushanchanda 16th February 2017 14:16

Hi,

Sequential dump will only backup the tabular data. You will need to take application data backup's plus database backup's as well.

srprks 17th February 2017 06:17

Quote:

Originally Posted by bhushanchanda (Post 201588)
Hi,

Sequential dump will only backup the tabular data. You will need to take application data backup's plus database backup's as well.

Hi,

Application data backup is the data dictionary backup , is it?

bdittmar 18th February 2017 09:52

$bse
 
Hello,

application backup is $BSE

and data backup is your Database backup (Oracle/MSSQL....) .

Regards


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