Creating a Data Domain Boost Access Library

Use the following procedure to configure a Data Domain Boost Storage Library.

  1. From the navigation pane, go to Storage > Disk.

    The Disk page appears.

  2. In the upper right of the page, click Add, and then click Data Domain Boost Storage.

    The Add Data Domain Boost Storage dialog box appears.

  3. In the Name box, type a name for the library.

  4. Select the appropriate MediaAgent from the MediaAgent list.

    Optionally, click the + sign to create a new MediaAgent.

  5. In the Data Domain host box, type the IP address associated with the Data Domain Library.

  6. In the Storage unit box, type the name of the storage unit provided in the Data Domain Console.

  7. From the Credentials list, choose a pre-defined credential.

    Optionally, click the + sign to create new credential to access the Data Domain library. For more information, see Creating a New Credential to Access a Network Drive.

  8. Slide the Use deduplication toggle key to the right, to enable deduplication on the storage.

  9. Click Add to add a Deduplication DB location.

    The Add Deduplication DB location dialog box appears.

    1. From the MediaAgent list, select the MediaAgent associated with the deduplication database.

    2. In the Deduplication DB location box, type a path to the deduplication database in the selected MediaAgent.

      Optionally, click the folder button to select a pre-existing Deduplication DB location.

      The Select a deduplication DB location dialog box appears.

    3. Select the deduplication database and then click Save.

    4. Click Add to exit the Add Deduplication DB location dialog box.

  10. Click Save.

    The new Data Domain Boost Storage Library appears under Disk page.

    Notes

    • You can configure WORM storage lock on the Data Domain Boost Storage Library. For more information, see Enabling WORM Storage and Retention for Disk Storage. You should enable the Data Domain Retention Lock option in Data Domain Console to enable WORM storage lock in Command Center.

    • Data Domain Boost Access Library requires MediaAgent to have a cloud storage license.

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