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dsm.opt exclude partition but include .mdb

Udo

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Hello,
on partition d:\ I only want to backup .mdb files which are located in different folders. Everything else should excluded from backup.
How can I do that?
I thougt I have to add the following, but it isn`t working:

Include.Backup "D:\...\...\mdb.*"
EXCLUDE.Backup "D:\...\...\*.*"

Thanks
 

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Correct your include entry. it should be *.mdb and not mdb.*
Include.Backup "D:\...\...\*.mdb"
 

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Oh, maybe I am stupied, this was a mistake from me!
But after changing the other files in the GUI are not excluded!
 

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your statement should be

exclude "d:\...\*"
include "d:\...\*.mdb"

Try and share the result
 
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Now it looks like this:

EXCLUDE.Backup "D:\...\*"
Include.Backup "D:\...\*.mdb"

and second try:

exclude "d:\...\*"
include "d:\...\*.mdb"

and the problem is the same.
In the GUI I can select it for backup.

Thanks
 

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Hi,

did you restart the tsm client services (incl. dsmcad) after making the changes in your dsm.opt?
 

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yes, each time after changing dsm.opt
 

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nodename MAN000002
TCPSERVERADDRESS backup.domainname
passwordaccess generate
SCHEDLOGRETENTION 7 D
ERRORLOGRETENTION 7 D
tcpwindowsize 63
tcpbuffsize 32
txnbytelimit 2048
tcpnodelay yes
MANAGEDSERVICES WEBCLIENT SCHEDULE
*EXCLUDE.DIR "D:\Work\Programme\VBExe"

exclude "d:\...\*"
include "d:\...\*.mdb"

inclexcl \\bac000001.domainname\masterdsm$\InclExcl.opt

POSTNschedulecmd "del c:\adsm.sys\SystemExcludeCache*"
POSTNschedulecmd "rd /s /q c:\adsm.sys\vss_staging\MAN000002"
 

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Hi,
did you have try to switch the incl, excl entrees like:
include "d:\...\*.mdb"
exclude "d:\...\*"
as i know tsm reads the opt from the bottom.

michael
 

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Yes, the dsm.opt is being read from the bottom. Therefore the include statements have to be placed below excludes ;-)
 

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Hello,

this is the inclexcl.opt file. I can`t see any conflicts!

EXCLUDE.DIR "*:\microsoft uam volume"
EXCLUDE.DIR "*:\...\windows\temp"
EXCLUDE.DIR "*:\temp"
EXCLUDE.DIR "*:\Recycler"
EXCLUDE.DIR "*:\RecoveryBin"
EXCLUDE.DIR "*:\System Volume Information"
EXCLUDE.DIR "*:\...\Temporary Internet Files"
EXCLUDE.DIR "*:\...\NetInst\NILogs"
Exclude.DIR "*:\Program Files\Common Files\enteo\NiLogs"
EXCLUDE.DIR "C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\enteo\NiLogs"
EXCLUDE.DIR "C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\enteo\RepositoryCache"
EXCLUDE.DIR "*:\windows\$NTuninstall*"
EXCLUDE.DIR "C:\WINNT\SoftwareDistribution\EventCache"
EXCLUDE.DIR "*:\tsmlvsacache"
EXCLUDE.DIR "C:\...\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Recovery\Active"
EXCLUDE.DIR "C:\...\Local Settings\Temp"
EXCLUDE.DIR "C:\...\...\Local Settings\History"
EXCLUDE.DIR "C:\...\Local Settings\Temp"
EXCLUDE.DIR "C:\...\AppData\Local\Temp"
EXCLUDE.DIR "C:\...\AppData\Local\History"
EXCLUDE.DIR "C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Kaspersky Lab"
EXCLUDE.DIR "C:\ProgramData\Kaspersky Lab"
EXCLUDE.DIR "*:\$RECYCLE.BIN"
EXCLUDE.DIR "*:\...\MSOCACHE\*"

EXCLUDE.BACKUP "*:\...\EA DATA. SF"
EXCLUDE.BACKUP "*:\...\system32\Perflib*.dat"
exclude.backup *:\...\*.tmp
exclude.backup *:\...\*.edb
exclude.backup *:\...\*.dmp
exclude.backup "*:\...\winstmp.mdb"
exclude.backup "*:\...\tmp.edb"
exclude.backup "*:\...\tempdb.mdf"
exclude.backup "*:\...\templog.ldf"
EXCLUDE.backup "*:\...\ntuser.dat"
EXCLUDE.backup "*:\...\ntuser.dat.log"
EXCLUDE.BACKUP "*:\...\...\usrclass.dat.log"
EXCLUDE.BACKUP "*:\...\usrclass.dat"
Exclude.backup "*:\...\dsm*.log"
exclude.backup "*:\...\*.shd"
exclude.backup "*:\...\*.log1"

*
*Exclude Kaspersky-Dateien
Exclude.backup "*:\...\fidbox*.*"
Exclude.Backup "*:\...\All Users\Application Data\Kaspersky Lab\KAV for Windows Servers Enterprise Edition\6.0\Bases\...\*.*"
Exclude.Backup "*:\...\All Users\Anwendungsdaten\Kaspersky Lab\KAV for Windows Servers Enterprise Edition\6.0\Bases\...\*.*"


*
* Excludes der TSM-Dateien
*
exclude "*:\...\tsm*\...\*.dsm"
exclude "*:\...\tsm*\...\*.dbb"
exclude "*:\...\tsm*\...\*.bfs"
exclude "*:\...\dsmsched.log"
exclude "*:\...\dsmerror.log"
exclude "*:\...\Fullsched.log"

EXCLUDE.DIR "*:\QUARANTINE"
EXCLUDE.DIR "*:\tsmlvsacache"

GUITREEVIEWAFTERBACKUP YES

I think, if there where a conflict, it must be an include. Right?
 

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And the solution is:

exclude "d:\*"
exclude "d:\...\*"
include "d:\*.mdb"
include "d:\...\*.mdb"

Thanks!
 

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