Disaster recovery is a set of procedures that are used to prepare for and recover from a disaster. A disaster can be defined as:
- Loss of CommServe functionality (CommServe host or services failure)
- Loss of access to storage resources (MediaAgent or library failure)
- Loss of a production service (client or application failure) resulting from lost or corrupted data.
Restoring functionality for your organization can mean replacing failed or old hardware, reinstalling software, renaming hosts, changing IP addresses (licensing), importing tapes, or restoring the CommServe database. Any disaster recovery scenario that you design involves restoring functionality of one or more of these components.
Last modified: 11/19/2018 10:40:13 PM