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For our quarterly SOX audit, we have to prove that we do a test restore every quarter to verify our backup media is good.  I've been digging into the reporting of Data Protector, but can't find anywhere where I can just run a report that gives the when and what was restored.  Is this possible through Reporting or the Event Log?

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Simple answer - no

 

More detailed, I had some time ago a bigger restore under this circumstance and it was really pain in the ... the only report they excepted for the audit was the detailed restore report signed by hand for every restore object. The problem is that data Protector only confirm that the object got restored, it does not confirm the full data integrity that is usally is expected by SOX.

 

hth,

Stephan

 

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Simple answer - no

 

More detailed, I had some time ago a bigger restore under this circumstance and it was really pain in the ... the only report they excepted for the audit was the detailed restore report signed by hand for every restore object. The problem is that data Protector only confirm that the object got restored, it does not confirm the full data integrity that is usally is expected by SOX.

 

hth,

Stephan

 

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