a combination SAP database server and media server
Recovering a combination
SAP database server and media server involves re-installing the
Microsoft Windows operating system and restoring files from a
To recover a combination SAP database server and
Re-install the Microsoft
Windows operating system on the SAP database server media
During the re-install
process, install Windows into a temporary directory that you can
delete after your SAP database server media server is running.
Recatalog the media
containing the full flat file SAP database server file system
backup, and the media containing the SAP database tablespace data
Restore the entire
contents of the media containing the full flat file server file
This restores your
original Windows system, along with any services required to run
your SAP database.
Reboot the computer after
the restore operation completes.
Because the full system
backup was restored, your computer now boots using its original
version of Windows. The system now contains the original version of
Windows, the SAP Agent, the SAP database minus the tablespaces, and
any other files contained on the full backup media.
Restore the backint.xml
file from the latest full server backup.
This file correlates the
SAP catalog with the Backup Exec catalog.
Run another restore
This time, use the SAP
Agent to restore the media containing all of the SAP tablespace
When the restore
operation completes, open the CCMS console, and select
Check and Repair
Select Automatic Recovery, and then follow the
online prompts to complete Disaster recovery of the SAP database