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Best Practices For Backing Up SQL Database Used As RM Dataset

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Does HPE  recommend a certain way to backup the SQL database which is the dataset used in HPE RM 8.3?

Though we have implemented a maintenance plan, our IT department wants to know if HPE has specific recommendations on maintenance.

What is the recommended time that a full/differential/transaction log back up should be done?  Does HPE have a best practice on how the maintanence plan and  jobs are to be set up?

Does some HPE paper/manual exist which explains the maintenace of databases used in the HPE RM application?  Or does HPE make no recommendation and each organization using RM must come up with its own maintenance plan/Backup?

Let me add, what do others feel is the best way to backup up the sql database considering the dataset is continuously changing through the day.

Thanks.

RD

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Worked with internal IT on backup.  HP has little input.

RD

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Worked with internal IT on backup.  HP has little input.

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Re: Best Practices For Backing Up SQL Database Used As RM Dataset

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There are no recommended procedures from HPE that I know of. We have recommendations on maintenance and statistics which would be specific to the RM DB but backing up procedures would be up to the site and fairly standard for any SQL \ Oracle dataset.

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