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You could use intellisnap in the DB2 database agent:
Best option to make consistent backups and provide point in time as far as I can see:
Backup: VM without RDM, Application via AgentRecovery: Recover the VM, provide a LUN to recreate the disk layout and restore the application data with the Agent to the LUNIf only app data needs to be recovered your agent will do the trick.
Other options are not ...
Nope, I have made a print screen
''By default, RDMs and independent disks are not included in IntelliSnap backup operations. To enable IntelliSnap backup operations for RDMs and independent disks, see Enabling IntelliSnap Backup Operations for RDM and Independent Disks.
Note: To include RDMs and independent disks in IntelliSnap backup operations, your VMware ESXi host ...
Did someone edit the following parameter in Media Management?
Free space difference in GB to consider preferring mount paths with more free space
Definition: Specifies the free space difference in GB to be considered when selecting a mount path. If the free space difference among mount paths is more or equal to the value specified
The user performing the install is not the user defined on the commvault services, your backups will continue to run
Edit: Asuming you did not change the services to run as that user...
You should use ''Spil and fill'' with additionally ''Prefer mount paths with more free space'', then your problem is solved and you do not have to disable and enable mount paths any more for write
When a Cycle has been removed, in this case your full and following incrementals, you are able to run a Synthetic Full to create a new cycle. My advice is to run Data Aging before you run the synthethic in order to make sure that the backup history of the client is lined up with the storage policy job history.
I am pointing this out because I am ...