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how to take backup and restore sap system

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how to take backup and restore sap system??

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    Posted on Jan 20, 2014 at 05:22 PM

    Hi Naveed,

    Please check for below link and close this thread if you got the answer 😊

    One more thing,Please Check in SCN community related to your query before opening a new thread because several times the questions are already answered previously by some one ,again repeating the same thing doesn't make anysense unless the question is left "unanswered" .

    I hope you got what am trying to say ,just a suggestion 😉

    Best Regards,

    Praveen Sriavastava

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  • Posted on Jan 21, 2014 at 05:29 AM

    Hi Naveed,

    Which database and OS platform you are running SAP. As the thread is created under Oracle, assumption is Oracle database.

    Secondly how do you want to take backup or test restore. ? Using SAP delivered tools or 3rd party backup tools ?

    Regards,

    Deepak Kori

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    Posted on Jan 23, 2014 at 07:11 AM
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    • Hi Naveed,

      You can backup using DB13 or brtools from OS level.Prepare destination system with same version of sap .

      After successfully complied backup copy log file & .afd file from oracle\sid\sapbackup folder to Destination systems's oracle\sid\sapbackup.

      Now restore backup using below command on OS level

      brrestore –b <XXX>.afd -m full


      It take time to restore depend upon database size.

      After successfully completed restoration create OPS$ as per SAP NOTE 400241

      Regards,

      Snehal Patel


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