After you have completed the initial baseline backup of qtrees on the primary system to qtrees on the SnapVault secondary system, you must use the snapvault snap sched command to schedule a set of Snapshot copies on the SnapVault primary system. You can also specify the volume to create Snapshot copies for, the Snapshot copy basename, how many versions of the Snapshot copies to retain, and the days and hours to create this set of Snapshot copies.
You must use the snapvault snap sched
command to schedule the following tasks:
- Regular SnapVault Snapshot copy times of volumes on the primary system to capture new and changed data in the qtrees that have a SnapVault relationship configured through the snapvault start command
- Regular transport of new or modified data in the primary qtrees to their associated secondary qtrees on the SnapVault secondary system
- Regular Snapshot copies of the volume containing the updated secondary qtrees for archiving by SnapVault
Note: For descriptions and procedures pertaining to SnapVault backup of open systems drives and directories, see the Open Systems SnapVault documentation.