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It'd be rather easy to manually install same LDOM configuration on DR site... all EMC seems to be doing is getting the profile & then someone is creating setup manually...
Anyways... here you go:
Backup & Recovery of guest domain
Archive and backup the guest domain configuration:
ldm list-constraints -x <ldom> > <ldom>.xml
Backup the guest domains over the network with backup software as regular server
Restore the guest domain configuration, assuming that your VSW and VDS resources are available:
ldm add-domain -i <ldom>.xml
Make sure that you have enough VCPU, MAU, and Memory to boot your guest domain.
Jumpstart guest domain and install backup client. Restore data from backup.
Backup LDOM configuration
You can take the backup of the configuration using "ldm add-spconfig saveconfigurtion" command which will store in SP of the server.
For taking the backup of the individual domain use "ldm ls-constrants >> filename.xml" it will give the xml output just redirect it to a file.
While creating the domain again use "ldm create ldomname -f filename.xml"
You can not create control domain by the above procedure we hve to configure manualy or even if your control domain crashed install new OS and install LDOM Manager in the Base OS create /etc/hostname.vsw0 & vsw1 files poweroff the server from SP. set bootmode config=saveconfiguration
How to backup the primary domain
Backup the LDM db files in: /var/opt/SUNWldm
Archive and backup the primary domain configuration:
ldm list-constraints -x primary > primary.xml
Backup the primary domains over the network with backup software as regular server.
How to recover primary domain
Install backup client & LDM software
Start up LDM services
If all goes well, the LDM config will be read and you will be in initial configuration mode. Save the config to the hypervisor and
reboot. If not, parse the primary.xml file to recreate the primary domain configuration, save config, and reboot.
Restore guest domain configs and data. Then bring up guest domains.