About Database Feature
The Database Feature ensures that tables be locked and flushed before a backup operation can take place. Database feature coordinates with the point-in-time file system snapshot.
The Database feature requires you to specify a database account with administrative privileges that is used by the Backup Agent to flush tables with read lock before the file system snapshot is taken. And the lock must be held until the snapshot completes.
If you use Server Backup to backup MySQL and do not use the Database Feature, then the table lock and flush operation will not take place and your MySQL backup may likely be corrupt.
MS Exchange Replication and Restore Overview
Do the following to backup your database:
- Create a Policy for the Server. On the "Exchange" tab, add your database instance(s) and specify other settings. See Configure an Exchange instance.
- Run the created Policy.
In the Backup Manager, end-user level databases backup is not supported. Only super-users can fulfill databases backup.
See also Protect Exchange.
The following pages describe how to restore MS Exchange:
- Restore an MS Exchange 2007 storage group to the original location — Instructions on how to restore Microsoft Exchange storage groups or databases to their original location using Server Backup Manager.
- Restore an MS Exchange 2007 storage group to an alternate location — Instructions on how to restore a Microsoft Exchange 2007 storage group or database in Server Backup Manager.
- Restore an MS Exchange 2010 database to an alternate location — Instructions on how to restore a Microsoft Exchange 2010 mailbox to an alternate location using Server Backup Manager.
- Recover an MS Exchange 2007 mailbox — Instructions on how to recover a Microsoft Exchange 2007 mailbox in Server Backup Manager.
- Recover an MS Exchange 2010 mailbox — Instructions on how to recover a Microsoft Exchange 2010 mailbox in Server Backup Manager.