Restoring from normal or archived
Whether you restore items from normal or archived
backups, the procedure is the same and includes the following
Find the items you want to restore.
Select the destination where you want the items
Select the appropriate restore options.
Change the job priority for the restore
Change the progress log file name and location
IA64 systems, when you restore System State components or Shadow
Copy components, you must also select the EFI System partition.
To restore from normal or archived backups
Start the restore as
follows, for the appropriate platform:
On Windows systems:
and select either or .
There may be a delay while NetBackup retrieves the backup images
and builds the list of files that you can restore.
The window title bar displays the following
information about how NetBackup is currently set up for the
If you see backup images without seeing folders or files, select
an image or a range of images.
You can also configure NetBackup so that it searches for backups
automatically. In the
Properties dialog box, on the tab, select .
To select the items that
you want to restore, in any pane, click the check box to the left
of the item.
To preview a list of the
removable media (such as tape) that NetBackup needs to perform the
restore, take the following action:
On Windows systems, click .
On UNIX systems, click .
If the items that you
want to restore are in backup images that reside on disk storage
units, no media is listed in the preview.
close the dialog box
To set up how to restore
the selected items, take the following action:
In the Restore Marked Files dialog box, select from the
following options to meet the requirements for the restore:
To view the restore
progress, take the following action:
On Windows systems, in the View Status dialog box that appears, click
On UNIX systems, in the Task
Progress tab that appears, click .
The restore may take a
few minutes to complete. After you start a restore operation, you
can close Backup, Archive, and Restore and perform other tasks.
NetBackup continues the operation in the background.