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we have following requirements for backup solution.

Our Oracle Apps and DB is going to be upgraded to 12.1.1 and 11g respectively.
We prefer to use netbackup 7.6 for oracle database backup,

This is going to be multinode installation and with netbackup 7.6 what are the licenses that we need to buy for backing up oracle DB.
We need to have off site storage as well.

The DB is going to be in SAN and I would like to know the methods to follow for netbackup 7.6

The OS for three servers are OEL 6.2

Please suggest
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This is going to be multinode installation and with netbackup 7.6 what are the licenses that we need to buy for backing up oracle DB.

You will need license for each server, but perhaps you should consult your Netbackup provider on this issue.

As per Oracle: nothing except to link the Netbackup libraries to each Oracle Home that houses one ore more databases you wish to backup.
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Thanks for the note and I will check with symantec as well
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