Re: Exclude on AIX

2004-04-20 10:48:40
Subject: Re: Exclude on AIX
From: Orville Lantto <orville.lantto AT DATATREND DOT COM>
Date: Tue, 20 Apr 2004 09:47:58 -0500
>From the client manual:

"The exclude.fs and exclude.dir statements override all include statements
that match the pattern."

Orville L. Lantto
Datatrend Technologies, Inc.  (
IBM Premier Business Partner
121 Cheshire Lane, Suite 700
Minnetonka, MN 55305
Email: Orville.Lantto AT datatrend DOT com

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"Loon, E.J. van - SPLXM" <Eric-van.Loon AT KLM DOT COM>
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04/20/2004 08:55 AM
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        Subject:        Re: Exclude on AIX

Hi Richard!
Thank you very much for your reply!
We don't use server defined include-excludes, so that's not the problem.
We currently tried the following:

exclude.fs *
include.fs /home
include.fs /usr

Backup now finishes in 1 second. I've had them issue a q inclexcl which
shows the correct statements and when they start the GUI, you can see that
no filespaces are listed through the backup window. That explains why
finishes so quickly, but it's still not what we want to accomplish...
Kindest regards,
Eric van Loon
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines

-----Original Message-----
From: Richard Sims [mailto:rbs AT BU DOT EDU]
Sent: Tuesday, April 20, 2004 15:26
Subject: Re: Exclude on AIX

Eric - The postings didn't indicate whether a Query Inclexcl was done
       to verify the full list.
Remember that any server-side client options set takes precedence,
so that command can be invaluable when working on the client.
Customers often overlook the unseen client options set, and wonder
what the heck is going on with their client-side choice changes.
And if a client schedule is involved, make sure that gets restarted
to pick up changes.

  Richard Sims

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