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Linux client getting ANS1076 errors on all but root fs

hakanen

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Linux client at 4.2.2.1 running RedHat 7.2. Kernel 2.4.7-10

system has several filesystems

/

/usr

/var

etc.

dsm.opt had entry

DOMAIN /

DOMAIN /usr

etc.

Getting error when running incremental backup of all but / filesystem.

Incremental backup of volume '/usr'

ANS1076E *** Directory path not found ***

Any suggestions?



/Hakan Ekdahl
 

gubara

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Apparently you use EXT3 file systems, don't you? If yes try using virtualmountpoints instead of domain in dsm.sys. This worked for me.
 

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