Segurança : Cisco Content Security Management Appliance

Suporte o base de dados de um dispositivo das M-séries de Cisco a outro

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Introdução

Este documento descreve como o backup o base de dados (DB) de um dispositivo das M-séries de Cisco a outro.

Contribuído por Fraidoon Sarwary, engenheiro de TAC da Cisco.

Pré-requisitos

Requisitos

Cisco recomenda que você tem o conhecimento de versões 7.2 e mais recente de AsyncOS.

Problema

Comece o backup do DB a um dispositivo secundário das M-séries.

Solução

Estão aqui as exigências antes que você comece o backup do DB a um dispositivo secundário das M-séries.

  • Ambos os dispositivos das M-séries têm que estar na mesma versão de AsyncOS (7.2 e mais atrasados somente)
  • O dispositivo das M-séries do alvo tem que ter bastante espaço de disco para o backup. Navegue à administração do sistema > ao gerenciamento de disco (veja a documentação on-line em como atribuir se algum disco é deixado sobre).

Se você não tem bastante espaço de disco durante a instalação, você pôde receber uma mensagem similar a esta:

Verifying target machine for version compatibility and disk space...
Backup cannot be scheduled. Reason: There is not enough space for Centralized
Spam Quarantine, Centralized Email Tracking, Centralized Reporting. Please
increase disk allocation for these services on the target machine.


OU

Verifying target machine for version compatibility and disk space...
Backup cannot be scheduled. Reason: There is not enough space for Centralized
Web Tracking. Please increase disk allocation for these services on the target
machine.


Verifique a quota do disco como mencionado previamente na máquina de destino.

Os dois dispositivos do Gerenciamento de segurança (S A), um M650 (fonte do sistema m650sma.run Nomeado DB), e alvo M1050 (backup de destino do sistema m1050sma.run Nomeado e IP 192.168.15.1 DB).

Entre ao CLI nas M-séries da fonte (em nosso teste sma1.example.com) e incorpore estes comandos:

sma1.example.com> backupconfig

Choose the operation you want to perform:
- VIEW - View scheduled backups
- VERIFY - Verify if backup can be scheduled to a remote machine
- SCHEDULE - Schedule backup to an appliance
- CANCEL - Cancel a scheduled backup
- STATUS - Show the status of a backup in progress.
- SETUP - Configure backup parameters.
[]> setup

Enter level of verbosity:
[0]> 0<this can be 0 or 3 0=lowest verbosity of backup logs and 3= highest>

Compression is desirable on slow connections, but will only slow down
 backup on
fast networks. Would you like to enable compression? [N]>   
<hit enter here to pick default withing the brackets [N]>

Choose the operation you want to perform:
- VIEW - View scheduled backups
- VERIFY - Verify if backup can be scheduled to a remote machine
- SCHEDULE - Schedule backup to an appliance
- CANCEL - Cancel a scheduled backup
- STATUS - Show the status of a backup in progress.
- SETUP - Configure backup parameters.
[]> verify

Enter the IP address of a machine to transfer data to.
[]> 192.168.15.1

Enter a name to identify this appliance
[]>sma2.example.com

Please enter username and password:
Username:
[]> admin

Password:
[]> <enter admin password for the target SMA>
Verifying target machine for version compatibility and disk space...
Backup can be scheduled on to 192.168.15.1.

Choose the operation you want to perform:
- VIEW - View scheduled backups
- VERIFY - Verify if backup can be scheduled to a remote machine
- SCHEDULE - Schedule backup to an appliance
- CANCEL - Cancel a scheduled backup
- STATUS - Show the status of a backup in progress.
- SETUP - Configure backup parameters.
[]> schedule

Enter the IP address of a machine to transfer data to.
[]> 192.168.15.1

Enter a name to identify this appliance
[]>sma2.example.com

Please enter username and password:
Username:
[]> admin

Password:
[]> <type the admin password on the target SMA>
Verifying target machine for version compatibility and disk space...
1. Set up a repeating backup schedule
2. Schedule a single backup
3. Start a single backup now
[1]>

1. Daily
2. Weekly
3. Monthly
[1]> 3

What day of the month would you like the backup to occur?
[1]>  <hit enter here>

What time of day would you like the backup to start?  Please enter in HH:MM
format.
[]> 02:00

Please enter a name for this backup job:
[]> weekly

Backup "weekly" has been scheduled successfully.

Choose the operation you want to perform:
- VIEW - View scheduled backups
- VERIFY - Verify if backup can be scheduled to a remote machine
- SCHEDULE - Schedule backup to an appliance
- CANCEL - Cancel a scheduled backup
- STATUS - Show the status of a backup in progress.
- SETUP - Configure backup parameters.
[]> view

Scheduled Backups:
# Name   IP              Schedule
= ====== =============== ================================
1 weekly To 192.168.15.1 on day 1 of every month at 02:00


Choose the operation you want to perform:
- VIEW - View scheduled backups
- VERIFY - Verify if backup can be scheduled to a remote machine
- SCHEDULE - Schedule backup to an appliance
- CANCEL - Cancel a scheduled backup
- STATUS - Show the status of a backup in progress.
- SETUP - Configure backup parameters.
[]> <hit enter until your back in CLI>

sma1.example.com> commit

Please enter some comments describing your changes:
[]> scheduled a weekly backup

Changes committed: Wed Mar 16 18:09:51 2011 GMT
sma1.example.com>


Document ID: 117840