BARS 3.5.6 backups - just one LARGE MCS.sti file..?
I have recently moved the backup location of our Publisher data to a NAS storage area on our network.
I notice that there is only 1 file that gets backed up - MCS.sti
The file is BIG - (3.6GB). Is all the data required to recover the Publisher contained within this single file? The restore procedure seems to only mention this file - but I'm concerned that perhaps there should also be a few other files...?
The Cisco IP Telephony Application Restore Utility allows you to recover all data, if you chose to back the data up through the backup utility. When you restore, you must provide the following information:
The location (server) where the archived MCS.sti file is stored
The data, the MCS.sti file, that you want restored
The server where you want the restore utility to send the restored data
By default, the MCS.sti file stores all data that was backed up from the target servers in the target list. When you restore data, you can restore only one application on one server at a time. For example, if you need to restore Cisco CallManager and CRA/CRS on a co-resident server, you must perform the procedure twice.
The restore utility copies the data that you want restored to a staging directory and then restores the extracted files to the chosen location. The restore utility also notifies the user when the restoration occurs.
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