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DB2 Backup in LiveVault

DB2 Backup in LiveVault

DB2 Backup in LiveVault

I am wanting to back up my DB2 database in LiveVault.  I was wondering if anyone else is using this method of backup also?  They tell me the DB needs to be consistent before backing it up into LiveVault but the database consistency changes all the time ... We want a continuous 15 minute backup but how can we be sure it's consistent before the next backup?

RE: DB2 Backup in LiveVault

You can suspend writes on the database and then "vault" your data.

Recently, there was a discussion on using Dell Compellent for DR on another forum


Appreciate LiveVault is different [ and I admint, I have no experience with it ], but the basics are the same.

Feel free to come back if you have any specific question.



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More DB2 questions answered at www.dbforums.com/f8 & http://www.idug.org/user/UserLogin.asp

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