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VMware View 5 Implementation : Installing Microsoft SQL Server (part 5)

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After you complete these steps, you need to adjust the properties a little for the job:

1. Browse to the Task Scheduler Library and verify the reoccurring vCenter Database job appears in the right pane.

2. Select the task, right-click, and select the properties of the newly created batch job, as shown in Figure 21.

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Figure 21. Right-click properties.

3. Ensure Run Whether the User Is Logged On or Not is selected, as shown in Figure 22. Then select Change User or Group... and ensure the job is running under the proper credentials.

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Figure 22. Select the user under which to run the task.

The preceding description is just a sample of how you can ensure you have regular full backups running if you have opted to run SQL Express. You might want to fine-tune your settings to keep several weeks’ worth of full backups and also to move them to a separate location.

Differential

If your database is getting too big for a full backup, you can perform a differential backup. A differential backup copies any changes made since the last full backup job. It is designed to reduce the time needed to perform a full backup. You can make your backup job a differential job by adding the WITH DIFFERENTIAL statement, as shown in Figure 23. In this case, your final backup strategy adds a combination of full and differential backups, so you must ensure you have access to all the backup files.

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Figure 23. WITH DIFFERENTIAL command.

Log Backups

The third type of backup does not copy the changes; it copies only the transactional logs of the database. After the logs are copied, the portions of the log files not needed for active transactions are truncated. For regular maintenance, it is a good practice to back up your log files daily.

When you are happy with your scheduled job, you can quickly apply it to the remaining databases because the jobs are exportable to XML files from the Task Scheduler console. Simply export the job as an XML file, make some edits so that it can be applied to the other databases, and reimport it. In general, the VMware Update Manager View Composer or Event databases do not require the same frequency of backups as the vCenter database.

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