Supported File Servers and Databases

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Supported File Servers

The table below provides an overview of the UNIX and Windows File Systems supported features.

 

UNIX and Windows File Systems:

 

Category Feature Support
Ad-Hoc Backup Types Full
Incremental
Synthetic Full
Restore Destinations In place, to the server where the backup was performed.
Out of place, to a different server to where the backup was performed.
Restore to the original folder.
Restore to a new folder.
Restore Contents All files and folders in the backup.
Specific files or folders.
System State (out-of-place restores only).
Restore Options Overwrite the existing contents of a folder or file.

 


Supported Databases

The supported databases include Oracle and Microsoft SQL. The features supported are set out in the following tables.

 

Oracle Databases:

 

Category Feature Support
Content Database
Log Files
Control File
Backup Types Full

This restore operation includes the database, log files and the control file

Incremental
Restore Destinations In place, server where backup was performed.
Out of place, different server to where backup was performed.
Clone
Restore Contents Full Database
Partial Database

This is a combination of a restore of any of the following files:

- Only archive logs

- Oracle control file

- Individual data files and tablespaces

- Database archived redo logs

Recover Options Recover to the current time
Recover to a point in time
Recover to a System Change Number (SCN)

 

Microsoft SQL Databases:

 

Category Feature Support
Content System database
User database
Transaction logs
Backup Types Full
Differential
Transaction logs
Restore Destinations In place, server where backup was performed.
Out of place, different server to where backup was performed.
Flat file, folder location.
New database
New physical path
Restore Contents All databases
Individual databases

 

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