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Open Systems Data Protection

Deprecated:

The OSDP feature is deprecated from the Commvault software in V11 SP15.

See End-of-Life, Deprecated and Extended Support - Features for information about deprecated features.

Open Systems Data Protection (OSDP) for NetApp 7-Mode destination filers and Open Systems Data Protection for NetApp C-Mode destination filers are full volume block level incremental replication features. OSDP for NetApp 7-Mode Destination filers and OSDP for NetApp C-Mode Destination Filers replicate heterogeneous data from source partitions and volumes of UNIX and Windows clients to NetApp 7-Mode or to C-Mode destination filers.

For OSDP for NetApp 7-Mode destination filers, data is replicated to the destination filer as a single LUN with a single partition onto a SnapVault copy.

OSDP for NetApp C-Mode destination filers replicated data onto a destination qtree on a single destination volume.

OSDP for NetApp 7-Mode destination filers or OSDP for NetApp C-Mode destination filers are designed to run as processes of a replication workflow, to ensure the use of a single destination NetApp volume as a fan-in destination for many clients under a single dataset or storage policy, respectively.

For Open Systems Data Protection for NetApp 7-Mode destination filers, see OSDP for NetApp 7-Mode destination filers.

For Open Systems Data Protection for NetApp C-Mode destination filers, see OSDP for NetApp C-Mode destination filers .

Last modified: 10/2/2019 8:10:35 PM