Vitaliy S. wrote:File system is not quiescenced if you're using built-in capabilities of triggering scripts for Linux VMs, pre-freeze script is triggered when your backup job creates a snapshot for the VM in question. As regards quiescencing, then it is done only when you enable VMware Tools quiescence option.
Pre-freeze scripts quiesce the VM file system and application data to bring the VM to a consistent state before Veeam Backup & Replication triggers a VMware VM snapshot.
loelly wrote:I have a whole bunch of Linux Oracle servers and I'm using pre-freeze and post-thaw scripts. It works great. Just don't tick the "Quiesce" option in the Veeam job properties. The scripts will get executed if located at the right point in the file system and if VMware Tools are installed and running every time a snapshot is created.
Just right before creation, pre-freeze is execute, right after *creation* post-thaw is executed, so in my case the database just stays in backup mode for a couple of seconds.
I'm just backing up the database once a day. For a more granular archive log backup, I've set up a mount point and copy over the archive logs every fifteen minutes.
loelly wrote:Hi Jeff,
1: no, I just created /usr/sbin/pre-freeze-script and /usr/sbin/post-thaw-script there and put root:root and 755 on each. These are basically wrapper scripts which call other scripts run by Oracle DBA to put the database in backup mode.
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