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Putting Everything Together

  1. Configure Instant Image software.

    In this example, Instant Image software is activated using the following command:

    # iiadm -g BACKUP -e ind /dev/rdsk/c0t0d0s6 /dev/rdsk/c0t11d0s6 
    /dev/rdsk/c0t11d0s0
  2. Create the pre-processing and post-processing scripts on the client.

    If you are using Solstice Backup software, the two scripts must be placed in the /nsr/res directory, along with a file called SBU_Group.res. The SBU_Group.res file defines the pre- and post-processing scripts.

    In our example, the SBU_Group.res file contains the following Solstice Backup software parameters:

    # cat Default.res
    type: savepnpc;
    precmd: /nsr/res/start.snapshot;
    pstcomd: /nsr/res/stop.snapshot;
    timeout: "12:00pm";
  3. Configure Solstice Backup software to activate the scripts.

    For each specific client, in the corresponding Solstice Backup software group, modify the definition of this client so that the parameter Backup Command displays savepnpc, as shown in the following figure.

    Figure 5FIGURE 5 \Modified Backup Command in the Sun Solstice Backup Client Window

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