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  • * All things external to db can be re-architected except backward compatible doc library. Good to backup Indexes if it takes a long time to run.
  • Be sure to use a share for multi server farms.
  • Q&A (10 minutes – again duration may vary by session) – This is a critical component of the ILL Format Subject Matter Experts (preferably product group PM’s) on stage to answer questions

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  • SharePoint Gone Wrong – How to Recover… plus SharePoint Disaster and Recovery at Microsoft IT Joel Oleson Sr. Technologist Microsoft Corporation Andre Heymann Technologist Microsoft Corporation
  • Portal Restore Richard Taylor Demo
  • Portal Restore Restore w/ Databases
    • Restoring DB from Databases w/ Central Admin
      • Click - Create a portal site
      • Choose - Restore a portal site
      • Select Servers and databases
      • Choose Virtual Server and specify URL
      • Extend and Map as needed
    • Use SPSBackup to restore index & Legacy Doc Lib
    • Gotchas:
      • Same Portal Topology Required
        • (Child vs. Full)
      • Portal may not be in the same farm twice even with different name (use standby)
      • Same version, same SP, Hotfixes, etc..
  • What to Backup
    • SharePoint SQL Databases
      • Config, Content, Prof & Serv Databases
    • SharePoint Server(s) Drives & System State
      • IIS Metabase
      • Web Part Packages (Assemblies)
      • IIS Home Directories & VDirs
      • Program Files & Common File Customizations
    • Portal Web Stores
      • SPS Indexes (Jet db) & Legacy Doc Libraries
  • SharePoint Backup/Restore Tools
    • SPSBackup – Full SPS 2003 Backup
    • Native SQL Backup – SQL db backup
    • STSAdm – WSS Site Collection Backup/Restore
    • Smigrate – WSS Upgrade and Site & Sub site Migration Tool
    • SPBackup – SharePoint ResKit automate Site Collection Backup
    • SharePoint Database Explorer – SharePoint Reskit restore file from Database
    • TextCopy – SQL tool to copy blob from db to disk
    • Third Party or Partners- AvePoint, CommVault, CA, Veritas etc…
  • HA/DR Methodologies
    • Medium & Large Farm w/ SQL Clustering
    • Geo Clustering
    • SAN
    • SQL Log Shipping to Mirror (Hot Swap Farm)
    • Third Party Replication
    • Hardware & Software Snapshots & Clones
  • SPSBackup
    • Full Farm Backup
    • Spsbackup.exe /all /file <Backup path and file>
    • Central Portal Index Backup example:
    • Spsbackup.exe /portal http://portal /service index /file ervershareackup /overwrite
    • Databases
    • Legacy Doc Lib
    • SPS Indexes
    • XML manifest
      • schema version
      • portal GUID
      • Path to DB backup file
      • Result
    • * Most common issues are write permissions on destination for service account or conflict with other SharePoint jobs
  • Databases Types
    • SharePoint Databases
    • CONFIGDB – Config data of Databases, Virtual Servers, and Site Collections
    • PROFDB - User profiles database
    • SERVDB – Alerts & Search scopes
    • SITEDB - Portal's content, areas, site collections
    • STS_W3SVC#_# - Site Collection data containing documents, lists, surveys, discussions, webs, etc..
  • Database Backup Optimization
    • Database sizes
      • 25GB Database Storage (>250 sites)
      • Number of databases (>300)
    • Cost Savings
      • Direct to Media or Cheaper Disks?
      • DB Backup compression
    • Snapshots, Clones, Volume Mirroring
  • Disaster Scenarios
    • Database
    • SITE / STS_W3SVC#_# UI
    • PROF DB
    • SERV DB
    • CONFIG
    • Server
    • Web Front End
    • Search
    • Index
    • SQL Databases
    • SQL Server
    • Datacenter
    • City
  • Hot Swappable Farm SQL Log Shipping (See Reskit Chapter 28) http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/sppt/reskit/c2861881x.mspx
    • Setup Mirror Farm including setting up new topology & config
    • Backup/Restore Dbs from Primary to Secondary (except Config)
    • Enable SQL Log shipping
      • Set DBs on Mirror to Standby or No Recovery
    • * Remember, while the mirror farm is actively engaged in log shipping, all portal databases are in read-only standby mode
    • How to setup SQL Log Shipping SQL 2000
    • http:// support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid =kb%3Ben-us%3BQ323135
  • Recovery of Hot Swap Farm Via SQL Log Shipping
    • SQL
      • Close Open Connections
      • Change role of Secondary SQL to Primary
    • SharePoint
      • Create Portal/Restore from DBs (connect)
      • Connect Additional Content Dbs
    • Update DNS/WINS
  • Discussion
  • Where to find Joel … Talks – ATE
    • Tuesday
      • 11:30-12:45 C&T SharePoint Gone Wrong – How to Recover
      • 13:00-14:00 IW SharePoint Demo Station
      • 13:00-14:00 Panel: Life at the Bleeding Edge
      • 15:00-16:00 IT ATE Booth 7
      • 18:30-20:00 IW SharePoint Demo Station
    • Wednesday
      • 9:45-11:00 C&T Windows File Servers and SharePoint – Clarity
      • 14:00-15:15 C&T SharePoint Gone Wrong – How to Recover II
      • 15:30-16:45 Breakout - Building SharePoint for Maximum Scale
      • 17:00-18:00 IT ATE Booth 7
    • Thursday
      • 10:00-11:00 IW SharePoint Demo Station
      • 13:00-14:00 Panel: Enabling the New World of Work
      • 14:00-15:30 SharePoint Extranets
      • 15:30-16:30 IT ATE Booth 7
  • Where to get more on … How Microsoft Does IT
    • “ Ask The Experts” – Booth 7
      • Come find us in the Sponsors & Exhibition Hall
      • Enter our daily prize draw and win X-box games & a memory mouse
    • Delegate Networking
      • Schedule a 1:1 with any of our IT speakers and experts
    • On the Web
      • Visit www.microsoft.com/ itshowcase
    • IT Showcase DVD
      • The very latest in white papers, presentations and Webcasts, collect one HERE or from the ATE – Booth 7
  • Microsoft Learning Resources Come and talk to Microsoft Learning to find out more about developing your skills, you can kind us in the ‘Ask the Experts’ area Special offers on Microsoft Certification from Microsoft Learning Click here to access free Microsoft Learning Assessments http://www.microsoft.com/learning/assessment/ind/default.asp and FREE elearning for Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 and Microsoft SQL Server 2005 with free Assessments and E-Learning http://www.microsoft.com/learning/mcp/
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  • © 2005 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. This presentation is for informational purposes only. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, IN THIS SUMMARY.