To get started, review the following pages:
Step 1: Obtain Your User Credentials to Access the Command Center
Obtain the following information from your administrator:
The Command Center URL
Your Command Center user credentials
If the Command Center is not set up in your CommCell environment, contact your administrator to deploy the Command Center. For more information, see Quick Start Guide.
Step 2: Log On to the Command Center
Accessing the Command Center by using the URL and user account credentials that you obtained from the administrator.
Step 3: Complete the File Server Application Setup Wizard
Configure the File Server application by completing the Setup Wizard for the Servers Application.
Step 4: Add the MediaAgent
To install the MediaAgent in the Command Center, see Adding a MediaAgent.
Step 5: Install the Linux File System Agent
Install the Linux File System Agent on an EC2 instance or on an on-premise Linux computer where the Amazon EFS share can be mounted and accessed.
Step 6 (Optional): Mount the Amazon EFS Share
Mount the Amazon EFS share on the Linux computer.
Step 7: Prepare for Your First Backup and Restore
A default backup set, which contains a default subclient, is automatically created when you set up the File Server application. The default backup set is designed to protect all of the data on the client computer.
Create a network share client and add the NFS share to the subclient content. The subclient content can either be a mounted path or auto-mount format. For more information, see Adding a Network Share to Back Up and Creating a User-Defined Subclient for Network Share.
You can also create a subclient for the local file server and make sure that the subclient content is a mounted path. Enter the same path where you mounted the Amazon EFS share on the Linux computer.