Index

A  B  C  D  E  F  H  I  K  L  M  N  O  P  R  S  T  U  V  W  X 

A

about multiple attachments, 5.3.9
access mode
about, 1.2.1.3
about NDMP, 1.2.1.3
about primary, 1.2.1.3
selecting, 5.2.3
ACSLS
about, D.1
access controls, D.7
and obtool, D.2
cartridges, D.2
communicating with, D.3
configuration, D.11
drive association, D.4
imports and exports, D.6
installation, D.11
modified obtool commands, D.9
scratch pool, D.2
scratch pool management, D.8
unsupported obtool commands, D.10
volume loading and unloading, D.5
adding
hosts, 5.2.3
hosts in manual certificate provisioning mode, 6.7.1.2
tape device attachments, 5.3.8
admin user
creating password during installation on Linux/UNIX, 2.8
creating password during installation on Windows, 3.4
administrative domain
configuration outline, 5.1.1
configuration overview, 5.1
defined, 1.2.1
enabling RDS, E.2.1
host naming, 1.2.1.2
administrative server
about, 1.2.1.1
configuring security, 6.7.1.1
directories, A.2
files, A.2
installation on Linux/UNIX, 2.8
registering with Oracle Enterprise Manager, 4.1.2
Apache Web server
and network security, 6.4.5
assets
identifying for network security, 6.2.1
attach points
creating, 2.11
attachments
about, 1.2.3.4
adding for tape devices, 5.3.8
displaying device attachment properties, 5.3.8.2
pinging for tape devices, 5.3.8.1
raw device names, 5.3.8
setting NDMP version, 5.3.8
authorization types
NDMP servers, 5.2.3
automated certificate provisioning mode
about, 6.2.4, 6.4.3.1
and network security, 6.7.1.2
automatic discovery
tape devices, 5.3.2
automatic tape drive cleaning
configuring, 5.3.4.1
automatic volume ejection, 5.3.4
automount mode
about, 1.2.3.2
setting for tape drive, 5.3.5

B

backup encryption
enabling, 6.5
backup environment
and network security, 6.2.2
backup type
setting for NDMP hosts, 5.2.3
barcode readers
configuring, 5.3.4
barcodes
about, 1.2.3.2
block size
about, 1.2.3.1
and restore operations, 1.2.3.1
blocking factor
about, 1.2.3.1
and restore operations, 1.2.3.1
setting for tape drive, 5.3.5
setting maximum for tape drive, 5.3.5

C

certificate provisioning
about automated mode, 6.2.4
about manual mode, 6.2.4
Certification Authority (CA), 6.4.3
and network security, 6.4
certkeysize policy, 6.7.2.1
client
defined, 1.2.1.1
installation on Linux/UNIX, 2.8
installation on Windows, 3.4
client host
directories, A.4
files, A.4
clients
configuring security, 6.7.1.2
configuration file parameters
ask about osb dir, B.11
create preauthorized oracle user, B.4
customized obparameters, B.1
default protection, B.12
default UNIX/LINUX group, B.6
default UNIX/LINUX user, B.5
identity certificate key size, B.3
linux db dir, B.8
linux links, B.10
linux ob dir, B.7
linux temp dir, B.9
run obopenssl, B.13
solaris db dir, B.8
solaris links, B.10
solaris ob dir, B.7
solaris temp dir, B.9
solaris64 db dir, B.8
solaris64 links, B.10
solaris64 ob dir, B.7
solaris64 temp dir, B.9
start daemons at boot, B.2
configuring
about tape device names, 5.3.1
ACSLS, D.11
administrative server security, 6.7.1.1
barcode readers, 5.3.4
client security, 6.7.1.2
discovering tape devices on NDMP hosts, 5.3.6
editing host properties, 5.2.9
host access mode, 5.2.3
host key sizes, 5.2.3
host roles, 5.2.3
host status, 5.2.3
hosts, 5.2.1
key sizes, 5.2.3
media server security, 6.7.1.2
naming tape drives, 5.3.5
naming tape libraries, 5.3.4
NDMP authorization type, 5.2.3
NDMP host backup type, 5.2.3
NDMP host environment variables, 5.2.5
NDMP host password type, 5.2.3
NDMP host port number, 5.2.3
NDMP protocol version, 5.2.3
pinging hosts, 5.2.8
preferred network interfaces, 5.2.6
removing a host, 5.2.11
tape device attachments, 5.3.8
tape devices, 5.3.2
tape drive automount mode, 5.3.5
tape drive blocking factor, 5.3.5
tape drive data transfer element, 5.3.5
tape drive error rate, 5.3.5
tape drive maximum blocking factor, 5.3.5
tape drive status, 5.3.5
tape drive storage element use list, 5.3.5
tape drive usage, 5.3.5
tape drive World Wide Name (WWN), 5.3.5
tape drives, 5.3.2, 5.3.5
tape libraries, 5.3.2, 5.3.4
tape library status, 5.3.4
tape library World Wide Name (WWN), 5.3.4
testing tape device attachments, 5.3.8.1
updating hosts, 5.2.10
viewing host properties, 5.2.9
Web tool Hosts page, 5.2.2
configuring automatic tape drive cleaning, 5.3.4.1
creating
attach points, 2.11

D

daemons
automatic start, B.2
listening ports, 3.6
obacslibd, D.3, D.6
obacsssid, D.3
obhttpd, 6.4.5
obrobotd, D.3
observiced, 6.4.3
Web tool Manage page, 4.2.4
data communication
using RDS, E.2
data encryption
about, 6.5
data transfer element
defined, 1.2.3.2
tape drive configuration, 5.3.5
device names
about, 1.2.3.4
device special files
creating with makedev, 2.11
devices
about discovering automatically, 5.3.6
directories
administrative server, A.2
client, A.4
home, A.1
media server, A.3
discovering devices
about, 5.3.6
displaying
device attachment properties, 5.3.8.2
Web tool Backup page, 4.2.5
Web tool Configure page, 4.2.3
Web tool Devices page, 5.3.3
Web tool Home page, 4.2.2
Web tool Hosts page, 5.2.2
Web tool Manage page, 4.2.4
Web tool Restore page, 4.2.6
DTE
See data transfer element

E

editing
host properties, 5.2.9
tape device properties, 5.4.3
e-mail address
adding on Linux/UNIX, 2.8
encryptdataintransit policy, 6.5, 6.6
encryption in transit, 6.5
environment variables
setting for NDMP host, 5.2.5
error rate
setting for tape drive, 5.3.5
exporting
identity certificates, 6.8.1

F

Fibre Channel parameters
prerequisites, 2.2.2
filers
support for SSL, 6.4
firewalls
configuring after installation on Windows, 3.6

H

home directory
location, A.1
host
disabling RDS, 5.2.3
hosts
about configuration, 5.2.1
access modes, 1.2.1.3
adding environment variables for NDMP host, 5.2.5
adding in manual certificate provisioning mode, 6.7.1.2
adding with Web tool, 5.2.3
configuring access modes, 5.2.3
configuring key sizes, 5.2.3
configuring preferred network interfaces, 5.2.6
configuring roles, 5.2.3
disabling RDS, E.2.1
duplicate names, 1.4.2
editing properties, 5.2.9
IP addresses, 5.2.3
naming, 1.2.1.2
NDMP authorization type, 5.2.3
pinging, 5.2.8
removing, 5.2.11
removing preferred network interfaces, 5.2.6
setting NDMP backup type, 5.2.3
setting NDMP host port number, 5.2.3
setting NDMP password type, 5.2.3
setting NDMP protocol version, 5.2.3
setting status, 5.2.3
trusted, 6.3
updating, 5.2.10
viewing properties, 5.2.9
Web tool Hosts page, 5.2.2

I

identity certificates
distributing, 6.2.4
exporting, 6.8.1
importing, 6.8.2
managing with obcm, 6.8
revoking, 6.4.6
IEE
See import/export element
import/export element
defined, 1.2.3.2
importing
identity certificates, 6.8.2
installation
overview, 1.6
with Oracle Real Application Clusters, 2.1
installation media
about, 1.5
installation on Linux/UNIX
about obparameters, 2.7
about oracle user, 2.7
admin password, 2.8
administrative server, 2.8
client, 2.8
configuring tape devices, 2.8
confirming obparameters, 2.8
creating OSB home, 2.5
disabling SCSI scan software, 2.4
downloading software, 2.3
e-mail address, 2.8
extracting software, 2.3
installob, 2.8
loading software, 2.6
media server, 2.8
preparing for, 2.4
with Oracle Real Application Clusters, 2.4
installation on Windows
assigning users Windows credentials, 3.4
configuring firewalls, 3.6
creating oracle user, 3.4
creating password for admin user, 3.4
creating password for key store, 3.4
disabling Removable Storage Service, 3.2
disabling SCSI scanning software, 3.1
downloading installation software, 3.3
extracting installation software, 3.3
preliminary steps, 3.1
running the installer, 3.4
selecting host roles, 3.4
selecting logon account, 3.5
selecting startup mode, 3.5
selecting tape devices, 3.5
with Oracle Real Application Clusters, 3.4
installation parameters
ask about osb dir, B.11
create preauthorized oracle user, B.4
customized obparameters, B.1
default protection, B.12
default UNIX/LINUX group, B.6
default UNIX/LINUX user, B.5
identity certificate key size, B.3
linux db dir, B.8
linux links, B.10
linux ob dir, B.7
linux temp dir, B.9
run obopenssl, B.13
solaris db dir, B.8
solaris links, B.10
solaris ob dir, B.7
solaris temp dir, B.9
solaris64 db dir, B.8
solaris64 links, B.10
solaris64 ob dir, B.7
solaris64 temp dir, B.9
start daemons at boot, B.2
installing
ACSLS, D.11
installob
running, 2.8
interfaces
about, 1.3
inventory update, 5.3.2.1
IP addresses
configuring a host, 5.2.3
requirements, 1.4.2

K

key sizes
configuring, 5.2.3
key store
creating password during installation on Windows, 3.4
keys
setting size, 6.7.2

L

Linux
probing SCSI parameters, C.1
logical unit numbers
prerequisites, 2.2.2.1
logon account
selecting during installation on Windows, 3.5

M

makedev
running, 2.11
malicious users
and network security, 6.2.3
manual certificate provisioning mode, 6.4.3.1
about, 6.2.4
adding hosts in, 6.7.1.2
and network security, 6.7.1.2
manual volume ejection, 5.3.4
maximum blocking factor
about, 1.2.3.1
setting for tape drive, 5.3.5
media server
defined, 1.2.1.1
directories, A.3
files, A.3
installation on Linux/UNIX, 2.8
media servers
configuring security, 6.7.1.2
medium transport element
defined, 1.2.3.2
MTE
See medium transport element
multiple attachments
to storage area networks, 5.3.9
multiple data paths, 5.2.6
multiple network intrfaces
load balancing, 5.2.7

N

names
tape devices, 5.3.1
tape drives, 5.3.1
tape libraries, 5.3.1
naming
tape drives, 5.3.5
tape libraries, 5.3.4
NDMP
access mode, 5.2.3
supported versions, 1.2.1.3
NDMP access mode
about, 1.2.1.3
NDMP authorization type
nd5, 5.2.3
negotiated, 5.2.3
text, 5.2.3
NDMP hosts
adding environment variables, 5.2.5
authorization types, 5.2.3
automatic tape device discovery, 5.3.2
discovering tape devices, 5.3.6
nd5 authorization type, 5.2.3
negotiated authorization type, 5.2.3
setting backup type, 5.2.3
setting password type, 5.2.3
setting port number, 5.2.3
setting protocol version, 5.2.3
setting protocol version for device attachment, 5.3.8
support for SSL, 6.4
testing TCP connection, 5.2.8
updating, 5.2.10
NDMP protocol
setting, 5.2.3
NDMP text authorization type, 5.2.3
NDMP version
setting for tape device attachment, 5.3.8
network connection types
order of precedence, 5.2.7
PNI, 5.2.6
network load balancing, 5.2.7
network security
Apache Web server, 6.4.5
authenticated SSL connections, 6.4.2
automated certificate provisioning mode, 6.7.1.2
backup environment, 6.2.2
Certification Authority, 6.4
Certification Authority (CA), 6.4.3
certkeysize, 6.7.2.1
configuring clients, 6.7.1.2
configuring media servers, 6.7.1.2
configuring the administrative server, 6.7.1.1
corporate network example, 6.2.2.3
data center example, 6.2.2.2
default configuration, 6.6
disabling SSL, 6.7.3
distributing identity certificates, 6.2.4
enabling backup encryption, 6.5
encryptdataintransit, 6.5, 6.6
exporting signed certificates, 6.8.1
host authentication, 6.1, 6.4
host communication, 6.4
identifying assets, 6.2.1
identifying principals, 6.2.1
identity certificates, 6.4.1
importing identity certificates, 6.8.2
levels, 6.2.1
malicious users, 6.2.3
manual certificate provisioning mode, 6.7.1.2
obcm utility, 6.8
obfuscated wallet, 6.4.4
Oracle wallet, 6.4.4
Oracle wallet passwords, 6.4.4
overview, 6.1
planning, 6.2
public key cryptography, 6.4.1
revoking an identity certificate, 6.4.6
Secure Sockets Layer, 6.1
securecomms, 6.6, 6.7.3
selecting administrative and media servers, 6.2.3
setting key size, 6.7.2
setting key size in obparameters, 6.7.2.1
setting key sizes in certkeysize security policy, 6.7.2.2
single-host example, 6.2.2.1
trusted certificates, 6.4.3
trusted hosts, 6.3
using obcm, 6.4.3.1
X.509 certificates, 6.1
notification
e-mail address, 2.8

O

obcm utility
and network security, 6.4.3.1
exporting certificates with, 6.8.1
importing certificates with, 6.8.2
in manual certificate provisioning mode, 6.7.1.2
managing certificates, 6.8
obfirewallconfig.bat, 3.6
obfuscated wallet
and network security, 6.4.4
obparameters
about, 2.7
ask about osb dir, B.11
confirming, 2.8
create preauthorized oracle user, B.4
customized obparameters, B.1
default protection, B.12
default UNIX/LINUX group, B.6
default UNIX/LINUX user, B.5
identity certificate key size, B.3
linux db dir, B.8
linux links, B.10
linux ob dir, B.7
linux temp dir, B.9
run obopenssl, B.13
setting key size, 6.7.2.1
solaris db dir, B.8
solaris links, B.10
solaris ob dir, B.7
solaris temp dir, B.9
solaris64 db dir, B.8
solaris64 links, B.10
solaris64 ob dir, B.7
solaris64 temp dir, B.9
start daemons at boot, B.2
obtool
about, 1.3, 4.3
displaying help, 4.3.1
ending a session, 4.3.5
modified commands for ACSLS, D.9
redirecting input from text files, 4.3.3.1, 4.3.4.2
running commands in interactive mode, 4.3.3
running multiple commands, 4.3.4.1
starting as specific user, 4.3.6
starting in interactive mode, 4.3.2
starting in noninteractive mode, 4.3.4
unsupported commands for ACSLS, D.10
on-demand volume ejection, 5.3.4
operating systems
supported, 1.4
Oracle Enterprise Manager
about, 1.3
and Oracle Secure Backup, 4.1
enabling OSB links, 4.1.1
link to OSB Web tool, 4.1.3
registering administrative server, 4.1.2
Oracle Real Application Clusters
installing Oracle Secure Backup, 2.1
oracle user
creating during installation on Windows, 3.4
obparameter, B.4
Oracle wallet
and network security, 6.4.4
obfuscated, 6.4.4
passwords, 6.4.4
order
network connection types, 5.2.7
OSB home
creating on Linux/UNIX, 2.5

P

passwords
creating admin password during installation on Linux/UNIX, 2.8
creating admin user password during installation on Windows, 3.4
creating keystore password during installation on Windows, 3.4
Oracle wallet, 6.4.4
setting NDMP host password type, 5.2.3
pinging
hosts, 5.2.8
tape device attachments, 5.3.8.1
tape devices, 5.4.1
PNI
network connection types, 5.2.6
port number
setting for NDMP host, 5.2.3
preferred network interfaces (PNI)
configuring, 5.2.6
removing, 5.2.6
prerequisites
Fibre Channel parameters, 2.2.2
Linux and UNIX, 2.2
SCSI Generic driver, 2.2.1
SCSI parameters, 2.2.2
uncompress utility, 2.2
primary access mode, 1.2.1.3, 5.2.3
principals
identifying for network security, 6.2.1
private keys
setting size, 6.7.2
Probing SCSI parameters
on Linux, C.1
properties
displaying for device attachments, 5.3.8.2
displaying for tape devices, 5.4.2
public key cryptography, 6.4.1
in manual certificate provisioning mode, 6.7.1.2
public keys
setting size, 6.7.2

R

raw device names
in tape device attachments, 5.3.8
RDS
about, E.1
advantages, E.1
available platforms, E.2
disabling for hosts, 5.2.3, E.2.1
enabling for administrative domian, E.2.1
over Infiniband, E.2
support, E.1
using, E.2
Removable Storage Service
disabling during installation on Windows, 3.2
removing
hosts, 5.2.11
preferred network interfaces, 5.2.6
requirements
disk space, 1.4.1
duplicate host names, 1.4.2
host name resolution, 1.4.2
IP addresses, 1.4.2, 1.4.2
SCSI Generic driver, 1.4.3
TCP/IP, 1.4.2
WINS, 1.4.2
roles
selecting during installation on Windows, 3.4
roles, host, 5.2.3

S

scanning software
disabling, 5.3.4, 5.3.5
SCSI
disabling scanning software, 2.4
SCSI Generic driver
adding, 2.2.1
requirements, 1.4.3
SCSI parameters
prerequisites, 2.2.2
SCSI scanning software
disabling, 5.3.4, 5.3.5
disabling during installation on Windows, 3.1
SE
See storage element
securecomms policy, 6.6, 6.7.3
security
Apache Web server, 6.4.5
authenticated SSL connections, 6.4.2
automated certificate provisioning mode, 6.7.1.2
backup environment, 6.2.2
Certification Authority (CA), 6.4.3
certkeysize, 6.7.2.1
configuring clients, 6.7.1.2
configuring media servers, 6.7.1.2
configuring the administrative server, 6.7.1.1
corporate network example, 6.2.2.3
data center example, 6.2.2.2
default configuration, 6.6
disabling SSL, 6.7.3
distributing identity certificates, 6.2.4
enabling backup encryption, 6.5
encryptdataintransit, 6.5, 6.6
exporting signed certificates, 6.8.1
host authentication, 6.1, 6.4
host communication, 6.4
identifying assets, 6.2.1
identifying principals, 6.2.1
identity certificates, 6.4.1
importing identity certificates, 6.8.2
levels, 6.2.1
malicious users, 6.2.3
manual certificate provisioning mode, 6.7.1.2
obcm utility, 6.8
obfuscated wallet, 6.4.4
Oracle wallet, 6.4.4
Oracle wallet passwords, 6.4.4
planning, 6.2
public key cryptography, 6.4.1
revoking an identity certificate, 6.4.6
Secure Sockets Layer, 6.1
securecomms, 6.6, 6.7.3
selecting administrative and media servers, 6.2.3
setting key size, 6.7.2
setting key size in obparameters, 6.7.2.1
setting key sizes in certkeysize security policy, 6.7.2.2
single-host example, 6.2.2.1
SSL, 6.4
trusted certificates, 6.4.3
trusted hosts, 6.3
using obcm utility, 6.4.3.1
X.509 certificates, 6.1
security, overview, 6.1
setup script
about, 2.6
running, 2.6
SSL
authenticated connections, 6.4.2
disabling, 6.7.3
support for NDMP, 6.4
startup mode
selecting during installation on Windows, 3.5
status
checking tape devices, 5.4.1
hosts, 5.2.3
setting for tape drives, 5.3.5
setting for tape libraries, 5.3.4
storage devices
supported, 1.4
storage element
defined, 1.2.3.2
supported
NDMP versions, 1.2.1.3
operating systems, 1.4
tape devices, 1.4
web browsers, 1.4
suppress communication with host, 5.2.10
system requirements, 1.4

T

tape devices
about, 1.2.3
about attachments, 1.2.3.4
about multiple device attachments
attachments, 5.3.9
about names, 1.2.3.4, 5.3.1
adding device attachments, 5.3.8
automatic discovery, 5.3.2
configuring, 5.3.2
configuring during installation on Linux/UNIX, 2.8
discovering on NDMP hosts, 5.3.6
displaying properties, 5.4.2
editing properties, 5.4.3
pinging, 5.4.1
pinging attachments, 5.3.8.1
selecting during installation on Windows, 3.5
updating inventory, 5.3.2.1
Web tool Devices page, 5.3.3
tape drives
about discovering automatically, 5.3.6
about logical unit numbers, 2.2.2.1
about names, 1.2.3.4, 5.3.1
adding device attachments, 5.3.8
automatic cleaning, 5.3.4.1
automatic discovery, 5.3.2
configuring, 5.3.2, 5.3.5
configuring during installation on Linux/UNIX, 2.8
defined, 1.2.3.1
disabling SCSI scanning software, 5.3.5
displaying properties, 5.4.2
editing properties, 5.4.3
naming, 5.3.5
selecting during installation on Windows, 3.5
setting automount mode, 5.3.5
setting blocking factor, 5.3.5
setting data transfer element, 5.3.5
setting error rate, 5.3.5
setting maximum blocking factor, 5.3.5
setting status, 5.3.5
setting storage element use list, 5.3.5
setting usage, 5.3.5
setting world wide names, 5.3.5
supported, 1.4
tape formats, 1.2.3.1
updating inventory, 5.3.2.1
Web tool Devices page, 5.3.3
tape formats, 1.2.3.1
tape libraries
about discovering automatically, 5.3.6
about logical unit numbers, 2.2.2.1
about names, 1.2.3.4, 5.3.1
adding device attachments, 5.3.8
automatic discovery, 5.3.2
automatic drive cleaning, 1.2.3.2
automatic loading, 1.2.3.2
automatic tape drive cleaning, 5.3.4.1
configuring, 5.3.2, 5.3.4
configuring barcode readers, 5.3.4
configuring during installation on Linux/UNIX, 2.8
defined, 1.2.3.2
disabling SCSI scanning software, 5.3.4
displaying properties, 5.4.2
editing properties, 5.4.3
naming, 5.3.4
selecting during installation on Windows, 3.5
setting status, 5.3.4
setting world wide names, 5.3.4
updating inventory, 5.3.2.1
virtual, 1.2.3.3
Web tool Devices page, 5.3.3
tape library elements
abbreviations, 1.2.3.2
data transfer, 1.2.3.2
import/export, 1.2.3.2
medium transport, 1.2.3.2
storage, 1.2.3.2
TCP connection
testing, 5.2.8
TCP/IP
requirements, 1.4.2
trusted certificates, 6.4.3
trusted hosts
about, 6.3

U

uninstalling
Oracle Secure Backup on Linux/UNIX, 2.13
Oracle Secure Backup on Windows, 3.8
uninstallob
running, 2.13
updating
hosts, 5.2.10
tape device inventory, 5.3.2.1
upgrade installation
about, 1.7
on Windows x64, 3.7
usage
setting tape drive usage, 5.3.5
use list
configuring for tape drive, 5.3.5
users
default UNIX/LINUX user obparameter, B.5

V

viewing
host properties, 5.2.9
virtual tape libraries
backup operations, 1.2.3.3
defined, 1.2.3.3
volumes
automatic ejection, 5.3.4
inventory update, 5.3.2.1
manual ejection, 5.3.4
on-demand ejection, 5.3.4

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web browsers
supported, 1.4
Web tool
about, 1.3, 4.2
adding a host, 5.2.3
Backup page, 4.2.5
Configure page, 4.2.3
Devices page, 5.3.3
displaying device attachment properties, 5.3.8.2
displaying tape device properties, 5.4.2
editing host properties, 5.2.9
editing tape device properties, 5.4.3
help, 4.2.2.1
Home page, 4.2.2
Hosts page, 5.2.2
link to Oracle Enterprise Manager, 4.1.3
logging in, 4.2.1
Manage page, 4.2.4
persistent page links, 4.2.2.1
pinging tape device attachments, 5.3.8.1
pinging tape devices, 5.4.1
preferences, 4.2.2.1
Restore page, 4.2.6
starting, 4.2.1
viewing host properties, 5.2.9
Windows installer
running, 3.4
WINS
requirements, 1.4.2
World Wide Name (WWN)
setting for tape drives, 5.3.5
setting for tape libraries, 5.3.4

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X.509 certificates, 6.1, 6.1