Cisco IP Telephony Backup and Restore System (BARS) Administration Guide, Version 4.0(2)
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Table Of Contents

A - B - C - D - E - I - L - N - O - P - R - S - T - U - V -

Index

A

accessing BARS 3-2

accessing the backup file 3-9

adding a data source server 1-5

applications supported 1-3

application versions that BARS supports 1-3

B

BackAdmin account 2-3

Backadmin Private Password Phrase 2-3

backing up now 3-8

backup

data 1-5

destination 3-7

file 1-5, 3-7

file location 3-9

location 1-6

now 3-8

server 1-4, 2-3

storage location 3-3, 3-7, 4-1

tar file 3-7

target 2-3

backup target 1-5

BARS

backup process components 1-4

installation 2-2

restore process 4-1

version 2-4

C

Call Detail Records Administrative Reporting 1-8

CDR/CMR files 1-4

changing the purpose of a server 2-4

Cisco CallManager cluster 1-5

Cisco CallManager Publisher Database 1-7

Cisco CallManager Subscriber Database 1-7

Cisco Customer Response Applications/Solutions 1-8

Cisco Emergency Responder 1-10

components of BARS backup process 1-4

Configured Servers list 3-3

Configure Scheduler screen 1-6

configuring BARS for the first time 3-2

D

data backed up by BARS 1-7

data source server 1-5

data source server configuration 3-3

data source server deletion 3-4

data source servers 1-4

default schedule 1-5, 3-6

disabling the Scheduler 3-5

DNS/IP address field 3-3

E

enabling the Scheduler 3-5

erasing the log 3-6

error messages from restore process 4-2

I

installation log file 2-3

installation procedure 2-2

L

Local Directory 3-8

location of log file 1-6

location of trace files 1-10

log file 1-6

log file location 1-6

N

Network Directory 3-8

network directory 1-6

O

obtaining BARS release notes 1-4

P

publisher database 1-4

R

recovering data 4-1

replacing a failed server 4-5

replacing an existing server 4-5

restore

data 4-3

process 4-3

wizard 4-2

restore process 4-1

restore process error messages 4-2

restore utility 1-10

restoring

CiscoCallManager cluster 4-3

S

Scheduler 1-5

Scheduler configuration 3-4

Scheduler tab 1-5

subscriber databases 1-4

supported applications 1-3

T

Tape Device 3-8

tape drive 1-6

Terminal Services restriction 2-1

TFTP files 1-4

trace files location 1-10

U

uninstalling BARS 2-4

updating the schedule 3-6

V

version of BARS 2-4

versions of applications that BARS supports 1-3

Virtual Network Computing (VNC) 2-2