ADSM-L

Re: [ADSM-L] BAClient doesn't know my new partition is there!

2007-04-18 09:00:39
Subject: Re: [ADSM-L] BAClient doesn't know my new partition is there!
From: Helder Garcia <helder.garcia AT GMAIL DOT COM>
To: ADSM-L AT VM.MARIST DOT EDU
Date: Wed, 18 Apr 2007 10:00:18 -0300
Add your new drive to the DOMAIN statement of your option file

DOMAIN C: D: E:

I think it is not considered a local drive, that's why it is not being
included by default on the backup.

On 4/18/07, Angus Macdonald <Angus.Macdonald AT nww-tr.wales.nhs DOT uk> wrote:
> I've added a new SAN partition to an existing server and I can't, for
the life of me, get the BAClient to back it up. I've tried everything my
meagre knowledge allows, restarted the client numerous times and am really
starting to struggle. I can back the partition up manually but the regularly
scheduled job doesn't pick it up. Nothing in the job or error log refers to
this partition (E:\) Here is the relevant part of my dsm.opt file:
>
> DOMAIN.IMAGE  \\nwwsanfs3\c$
> DOMAIN.IMAGE  \\nwwsanfs3\e$
> DOMAIN.IMAGE  \\nwwsanfs3\g$
> DOMAIN.IMAGE  \\nwwsanfs3\i$
> DOMAIN.IMAGE  \\nwwsanfs3\j$
> DOMAIN.IMAGE  \\nwwsanfs3\k$
> DOMAIN.IMAGE  \\nwwsanfs3\v$
>
> EXCLUDE.BACKUP "*:\microsoft uam volume\...\*"
> EXCLUDE.BACKUP "*:\microsoft uam volume\...\*.*"
> EXCLUDE.BACKUP "*:\...\EA DATA. SF"
> EXCLUDE.BACKUP "*:\...\INT-PRODUCTION\*.*"
> EXCLUDE.BACKUP "*:\IBMBIO.COM"
> EXCLUDE.BACKUP "*:\IBMDOS.COM"
> EXCLUDE.BACKUP "*:\IO.SYS"
> EXCLUDE.BACKUP "*:\...\system32\config\...\*"
> EXCLUDE.BACKUP "*:\...\system32\Perflib*.dat"
> EXCLUDE.BACKUP "*:\...\system32\dhcp\...\*"
> INCLUDE.BACKUP "*:\...\system32\dhcp\backup\...\*"
> EXCLUDE.BACKUP "*:\...\system32\dns\...\*"
> INCLUDE.BACKUP "*:\...\system32\dns\backup\...\*"
> EXCLUDE.ARCHIVE "*:\microsoft uam volume\...\*"
> EXCLUDE.ARCHIVE "*:\microsoft uam volume\...\*.*"
> EXCLUDE.ARCHIVE "*:\...\EA DATA. SF"
> EXCLUDE.ARCHIVE "*:\IBMBIO.COM"
> EXCLUDE.ARCHIVE "*:\IBMDOS.COM"
> EXCLUDE.ARCHIVE "*:\IO.SYS"
> EXCLUDE.ARCHIVE "*:\...\system32\config\...\*"
> EXCLUDE.ARCHIVE "*:\...\system32\Perflib*.dat"
> EXCLUDE.ARCHIVE "*:\...\system32\dhcp\...\*"
> INCLUDE.ARCHIVE "*:\...\system32\dhcp\backup\...\*"
> EXCLUDE.ARCHIVE "*:\...\system32\dns\...\*"
> INCLUDE.ARCHIVE "*:\...\system32\dns\backup\...\*"
> EXCLUDE.DIR "*:\System Volume Information"
> EXCLUDE.DIR "*:\...\Temporary Internet Files"
> EXCLUDE.DIR "*:\Recycled"
> EXCLUDE.DIR "*:\Recycler"
> EXCLUDE.DIR "G:\TSM_Mirror"
> EXCLUDE.DIR "c:\documents and settings"
> INCLUDE.FS "C:"  fileleveltype=dynamic
> INCLUDE.FS "G:"  fileleveltype=dynamic
> INCLUDE.FS "J:"  fileleveltype=dynamic
> INCLUDE.FS "E:"  fileleveltype=dynamic
> EXCLUDE.DIR "K:\tseprofiles\*"
> EXCLUDE.DIR "C:\windows\temp\*"
> INCLUDE.BACKUP "*:\ECG\*"
>
> The last line is the most recent addition. It should backup all ECG
folders on all drives, correct? ECG is the only folder on E:\
>
> I know I can probably use task scheduler to backup this folder manually
but it offends my engineering sensibilities!
> Regards
> Angus
>



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Helder Garcia