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What to have for disaster recovery? Full backup?

What do we need to have? In case of we lose everything what to backup from where? There is an BART system I think in 4.1 does it enough for full system recovery? Or do we also need to export users from BAT->export ? Why are they seperate? (ps. I talk about 4.1)


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Re: What to have for disaster recovery? Full backup?

Hi Okan,

The Utility you are referring to is called BARS (Backup and Restore) and is the data you need for Disaster Recovery/CCM Rebuilds. You will not need the Bat-Export as all the phone details etc are captured in a .tar file during BARS Backup;

The following list shows the data that is backed up and restored for the Cisco CallManager publisher database:

Hosts and LMhosts files

Latest Cisco CallManager publisher database

DC Directory LDAP directory

For Cisco CallManager 3.3.x DirectoryConfiguration.ini from C:\dcdsrvr.

For Cisco CallManager 4.0(x) or later UMDirectoryConfiguration.ini.

Directory schema files avvid_schemaV*.txt

Publisher and subscriber configuration information to replication.ini file.

Cisco CallManager version to version.ini file.

If the option to backup CDR is chosen, CDR database and CDR/CMR flat files from Local CDR Path

TFTP files from C:\Program Files\Cisco\TFTPPath (the default path)

TFTP files from alternate file locations

Cisco Bulk Administration Tool (BAT) files-templates from C:\CiscoWebs\BAT, CSV files from C:\BAT and the BATversion.asp file.

HKLM\Software\Cisco Systems, Inc. (registry keys)

Cisco CallManager DSN

Security files (certificates) from under C:\Program Files\Cisco\Certificates. This applies only to Cisco CallManager 4.x or later.

LDAPConfig.ini for IPMA configuration.

Here is a good doc that has all the info for doing Backups and then restoring on the new box;

Hope this helps!