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Which "filesystem" should I backup? (HNAS)

Rigido

ADSM.ORG Senior Member
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Hi,
hope this is my last post about HNAS backup, but it is an ongoing test and I'm still learning.

If I do a SHOW NASFS I see all of the exports (as /__EXPORT___ filesystem) and the volume/s (as /__VOLUME__ filesystem) so the BACKUP NODE command starts a process for every filesystem.
That's good as backup takes as many drives as it can but, at the end, I have an occupancy that is double the occupied space of the volume. It looks like TSM did a backup of the whole volume PLUS every single share/export...

Is it working as designed? Should I specify every single, and just the volumes (/__VOLUME__)?

Thanks.
 

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