INTEGRATED SOLUTIONS, INC.
MANUAL BACKUP PROCEDURE
Integrated Solutions, Inc. Lead Author Date
Approved By & Effectinve on Date of Signature Below
Yufen Chang Yu, Integrated Solutions Date
THIS DOCUMENT IS TO BE REGARDED AS THE OFFICIAL MANUAL BACKUP PROCEDURE WITHIN
INTEGRATED SOLUTIONS, INC. IT IS TO BE MAINTAINED UNDER CHANGE CONTROL BY THE
DOCUMENT CONTROL COORDINATOR
TITLE: INTEGRATED SOLUTIONS Customer Exception Handling Process
DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE
Integrated Solutions, Inc. will provide Manual Backup and Restore Support as requested by its customers. They will follow the Procedure as defined in this document. The frequency of backups and the length of storage time will be set after discussing with the customer his / her needs and the availability of system time
Deviations in this procedure will be noted and the procedure will be updated as necessary.
The purpose of this policy is to:
This document describes the reason for an the procedure to perform Manual Backups and Manual Restorations within the Integrated Solutions, Inc. organization. It documents the steps taken to implement the Manual Backup / Restore Procedure.
4.0 GENERAL PROCEDURE
Manual backups are generally accomplished using 90 meter tapes that are inserted into the tape drives configured to run on the Server to which they are attached. The files to be backed up, as well as the frequency and duration of their storage before the tapes may be recycled, will be specified by the client and the System Administrator.
find . – print | cpio – omBdvc > / dev / rmt / 0mn
The 0mn instruction at the end of the command linw will vary depending
on the identifying numeric systm of the tape drive and the type of
compression to be used.
The 1st character grouping represents the numeric label assigned to the
numeric system of the tape drive and the type of compression to be used.
[Normally, the drivers are labeled either 0 (zero) or 1 (one).
The 2nd character grouping (m) represents the type of compression being used:
m: medium compression
hc: high compression
n: instructs the tape drive NOT to rewind the tape after the data
The 3rd character grouping (n) instructs the tape drive whether or not to rewind the tape after completing its command.
will instruct you to insert a 2nd tape. At this point, remove the 1st tape and replace it with a second and enter the following command at the command line to continue the process:
/ dev / rmt / 0mn
The last three character groupings should be exactly the same as those previously entered.
cpio – imBdvc < / dev / rmt / 0mn
Again, the last three characters represent the drive number, tupe of compression,
and whether or not to rewind the tape (see Backup Procedure above)