Application programming interface. An agreed-upon set of library routines to accomplish a computer task.
A device that has the ability to move media among various components located in the device including slots, media drives, media access ports, and transports. Jukeboxes automate the media loading, labeling, and mounting administrative burden during backups and recovers.
Information about completed Oracle backups, stored in the external database. See online indexes for the equivalent NetWorker mechanism.
A NetWorker client or group of clients configured to start backing up files to the NetWorker server at a designated time of day.
At the end of a backup, NetWorker saves the server's media database, NetWorker configuration files, and part of the server index to a special save set named bootstrap. The bootstrap provides vital information needed for recovering from a disk crash, so be sure to save the printouts generated from the bootstrap backup.
The person responsible for database maintenance tasks, such as setting up relational tables and security.
A program that is not invoked explicitly, but lies dormant waiting for a specified condition or a combination of conditions to occur.
Instruction to maximize the efficiency of a backup and to handle special files.
An intelligent interface to Oracle databases, which works with third-party media management products (such as BusinesSuite Module for Oracle) to back up and restore all types of Oracle database files.
A machine with disks that provides file storage services to other machines on the network.
1. A sub-tree of a UNIX file tree that is on a specific disk partition or other mount point. 2. A method for storing files.
The combination of Oracle processes that run each time a database is started.
The Oracle TNS interface that enables an Oracle7 Server to accept client connections.
The NetWorker component that tracks save sets to backup volumes.
The Oracle term for database roll forward using redo logs.
The databases located on a NetWorker server that contain all the information pertaining to the client backups and backup volumes, such as pathnames of backed-up files.
A system running an Oracle7 RDBMS.
A machine that can access backup and recover services from a NetWorker server. Clients may be workstations, PCs, or fileservers with gigabytes of data.
A machine on a network running the NetWorker software, containing online indexes, and providing the backup and recover services to clients on a network.
The initial default selections or configurations for several NetWorker features.
An acronym for relational database management system.
1. A NetWorker command to browse the server index and recover files from a backup volume to a client's disk. 2. An Oracle term for applying redo logs to roll forward.
A resource represents a component of the NetWorker software that describes the NetWorker server and its clients. Devices, schedules, clients, groups, and pools are all examples of NetWorker resources. Each resource contains a list of attributes, defining the values to use for the configured NetWorker resource. Use the nwadmin or nsradmin program to configure NetWorker resources.
An Oracle term for the replacement of individual data files from backup media.
An acronym for remote procedure call, a protocol that allows a program running on one host to execute code on another host without needing explicitly coded instructions.
A set of files or a filesystem backed up onto backup media using NetWorker.
The UNIX command-line prompt, either % or $ (or # for superuser).
An acronym for Oracle System Identifier, a unique name for an Oracle database instance. This value is typically set in the ORACLE_SID environment variable.
An acronym for Structured Query Language.
An Oracle TNS-based application that enables client machines to access, modify, and store data on Oracle7 servers.
An application that manages the storage devices and media used for Enterprise Backup Utility backup and restore requests. BusinesSuite Module for Oracle is a storage manager that connects NetWorker to the Enterprise Backup Utility.
A UNIX user with root privileges.
The person normally responsible for installing, configuring, and maintaining machines on a network, and NetWorker.
The Oracle database you want to protect by backing it up with NetWorker.
An acronym for Transparent Network Substrate, Oracle networking technology that provides a single interface to all standard network protocols.
A unit of backup media, such as a magnetic tape or an optical disk.
A feature that allows you to sort your backup data to selected backup volumes. A volume pool contains a collection of backup volumes that have specific data sorted during the backup process.