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SBAdmin User Guide (Network Edition and Workstation Edition)
This user guide is for the backup management features for Linux, Solaris and AIX

SBAdmin AIX System Recovery Guide
This user guide describes the process of creating CDROM, network, tape, and disk boot media, booting the system to the installation menus and performing system installations from tape or disk (both local and remote) for AIX.

SBAdmin Solaris System Recovery Guide
This user guide describes the process of creating CDROM, network and disk boot media, booting the system to the installation menus and performing system installations from tape or disk (both local and remote) for Solaris.

Other Useful Information

SBAdmin QuickStart Guide
This short guide is to give a quick overview of the configuration and setup necessary to get you running backups in the shortest time possible when using Network Edition, Workstation Edition, and TSM Edition. For more detailed information, please use the SBAdmin Users Guide.

SBAdmin Web Interface Installation Guide
This guide is to assist users of Network Edition and Workstation Edition to configure and use the Web Interface to SBAdmin.

SBAdmin Commands Reference
This is a reference guide to all command line options available to users of SBAdmin.

SBAdmin Solaris Zones Guide
This guide provides information on using SBAdmin with Solaris systems that have non-global zones.

SBAdmin Device-Mapper Multipath Devices
This is a reference guide for using SBAdmin with Device-Mapper Multipath Devices on Linux systems.

SBAdmin Backup and Recovery Guide for Xen Enabled Systems
This is a reference guide to system recovery for Linux systems utilizing Xen virtualization.

SBAdmin Citrix XenServer Recovery Guide
This guide provides the necessary information to perform system recovery of Citrix XenServer systems.

SBAdmin Oracle VMServer for x86 Recovery Guide
This guide provides the necessary information to perform system recovery of Oracle VMServer for x86 systems.