a remote SAP database server from a disaster
Recovering a remote SAP
database involves re-installing the Microsoft Windows operating
system and restoring files from a recent backup.
To recover a remote SAP database server from a
Re-install the Microsoft
Windows operating system on the SAP database server.
During the re-install
process, install Windows into a temporary directory that you can
delete after your SAP database server is back up and running.
At the media server, and
using the storage media containing the FULL flat file SAP database
server file system backup, restore the entire contents of the media
to the SAP database server using Backup Exec.
Reboot your SAP database
The computer reboots
using its original version of Windows. The system contains the
original version of Windows, the SAP Agent, the SAP database minus
the tablespaces, and any other files contained on the full backup
If you have a full
offline SAP database backup, restore your last full offline SAP
database backup and start your database.
If you do not have a full
offline database backup, your database is operational. Proceed to
Restore the backint.xml
file from the latest full server backup.
The backint.xml file
correlates the SAP catalog with the Backup Exec catalog.
To bring your database
up-to-date, restore your most recent online or offline SAP database
At the media server, run
another restore operation. This time, use the SAP Agent to restore
the storage media containing all of the SAP tablespace data
When the restore
operation completes, open the CCMS console, and click
Check and Repair
Click Automatic Recovery, and then follow the