Re: linux restore problem
On Friday 19 November 2004 15:15, Otto Schakenbos wrote:
> Richard, Mark, thnx for your answers.
> I tried what you both suggested.
> restore "/daten/" -subdir=yes and restore '/daten/' -subdir=yes
> all with the same result. (filespace not found)
> What I also tried is copy the data (the orginal server is still up)
> using nfs to the new server and back it up from the new server using a
> new nodename.
> If i try to restore now it works just fine.
> I inspected the orginal directory and couldent't really find anything
> weird. The only thing I can think of is that there is a directory
> (/daten/public) which is a nfs mount to another server but this has
> never been a problem in the past.
> Mark, you are right that there are more then 95 dirs, just to let you know.
What is the output of
dsmc q filespaces
And can you try to restore it via the GUI ?
And what kind of file system are you using ?
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