Scheduled Restore

Idea ID 1765670

Scheduled Restore

We need to create scheduled restore specifications to allow regular restore from production to test or reporting database. This restore should contain devices overwriting and so on.
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Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert

Hi @Aleksandr_Sviridov,

You have my vote on this one. The interesting thing about this request is that the feature was available for a period of time to selected customers back in the days of Data Protector A.06.10, A.06.20 and A.07.00 but was not moved forward.

See QCCR2A30221 and QCCR2A38571 in the MySupport portal.

Regards,
Sebastian Koehler

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Hi @Sebastian.Koehler 

Evolution of a product is like a fiction book with a strong story.

Hope that function will be back. Nowadays backup is not just safe data storage but data delivery process - for analysis and development. 9/10 of my service requests in our department are about restore to another location.

And scheduled restore with a post-script will be extremly good for regular backup checks (not just object verify).

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This would be a great feature for routine restores / verification of backup. 

Even if there was more of a command-line method to doing this, I'd be all for it.

Even even if there was a way to create a datalist file of data that would be restored, and then ran as a restore job via the command line... I'm for it.

 

 

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