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Livecache Backup/Restore & Recovery

Hi Basis Expert,

We are planning for Livecache Backup/Restore & Recovery i.e MaxDB

If anyone has worked on this, could you please let me know from where I can get the document for the same or else let me know some good pdf/links.

Regards,

Anil

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  • Posted on Sep 16, 2016 at 08:33 AM

    In my company also, I would do the same way of restore in MaxDB Database Studio only through where I am taking backups.

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  • Posted on Sep 15, 2016 at 01:48 PM

    Dear Anil,

    If you are planning to perform System copy then you can refer SAP note: 457425 - Homogeneous liveCache copy using backup/restore

    If you are simply want to do backup and restore, then you can do by using SAP Max db command ir DBM GUI for which you can find many of Standard SAP help document.

    Regards,

    Anil Bhandary

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  • Posted on Sep 16, 2016 at 07:53 AM

    I would generally open MaxDB database Studio to run backup for that purpose. Also adding on the above would love to guide you to (which is including the notes no too),

    LiveCache complete data backup on FILE is failing. | SCN

    Backup to Livecache | SCN

    Live cache backup | SCN

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    • As you know similar to any database, like in BRTOOLS for Oracle also, you will be able to see the different types of backups taken, like Full Online or Offline, Incremental or Incremental Delta. So based on the kind of back ups you available to restore you can Follow steps to Redirect Restore or Roll-Forward or here can-be a Point-In-Time Recovery. So it all depends what are the backups available to restore because as you know you will do the restore from the available backups. I am sure the team you have mentioned is familiar with these methods because in general, the team which is responsible for taking backup, that same team will only in times of need do the restore/recovery. They are, I think, in your case just handing over the completed backup files for safe-keeping only, so that in case required to restore, you will be able to provide/present those required backup files to them.

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