article provides information on how to backup Neverfail Continuity Engine
clusters through Quest NetVault Backup, using Passive Node
Continuity Engine servers should be able to access Quest NetVault Backup in
order to be managed remotely from there.
Thus, a Management Name and IP Address with access to Quest NetVault Backup must be
configured on each
node, in order to be able to connect to Quest NetVault Backup
Client when both in active or passive role.
NetVault Backup Client is a software that should be installed on the
managed-to-be servers. This client connects to the Quest NetVault Backup providing
information related to inventory, etc., as well as means of remote backup
Quest NetVault Backup client was installed manually on each server, giving the
Machine Name which will be used for managing the servers through Quest NetVault
From Menu, go to Manage Clients and press Add Client.
an example of expected behavior when Neverfail Engine clusters changes the
active server (switchover):
Management Identity configuration:
Assets before switchover displayed in Quest
Assets after switchover displayed in Quest
Engine Cluster nodes registered in Quest NetVault Backup can be backed up no
matter if they're active or passive.
NetVault Backup 12.4
Continuity Engine 8.5 and later