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How to extract db2 backup image from EMC networker to disk

How to extract db2 backup image from EMC networker to disk

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Hi

New to EMC networker,

How to extract db2 backup image from EMC networker to disk. Like how we do for logs nsrdb2rlog.

Another question.

How to view the backup indexes in networker for particular time.

Thanks
KR

RE: How to extract db2 backup image from EMC networker to disk

I am not a db expert. However, the information you need can be found in the appropriate NMDBA Admin Guide, available from the product specific download page.

To receive the backup (NW: save set) indexes, you need to use the NW Admin GUI or the appropriate command directly.
The general syntax is as follows:

mminfo [-s nw_server] -q "query_parameter(s)" -r "report_parameter(s)" [-o sort_options] [-x delimiter_options] [> output_file]

All details and some examples can be found in the NW Command Line Reference for 'mminfo'.

RE: How to extract db2 backup image from EMC networker to disk

Hi, I am posting here, for I also would like to explore the solution as a newbie.
In particular, I would be happy to learn if EMC networker are protected from ransomware attacks, or I rather meant to say if anyone has experience in protecting the data with that system from invaders like CryptXXX (http://nabzsoftware.com/types-of-threats/crypt-file)

RE: How to extract db2 backup image from EMC networker to disk

I don't really understand what you mean.

NW has a bunch of built-in authentication and firewall mechanisms to check and protect data transfers.

But if you ask whether NetWorker code will be protected against malware the answer would be: of course not. NW itself is not an 'anti-virus software'.
If so, it would need to be permanently updated with an appropriate server. This is not the case.
Consequently, NetWorker files will also not be protected against malware.

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