Re: [Networker] re creating a new asm

2003-08-09 16:30:36
Subject: Re: [Networker] re creating a new asm
From: Byron Servies <bservies AT PACANG DOT COM>
Date: Sat, 9 Aug 2003 13:30:30 -0700
On August 09, 2003 at 11:00, steve rader wrote:
> FWIW, I've got a boiler-plate example asm working now.  It
> encapsulates Unix tar archives inside Networker saves.  It's not
> working great, but it does work.  I can even browse the files
> via recover and on-line indexes.  If anyone's interested in the
> details/example code, let me know.


I have working ASMs that were developed for the Cobalt RaQ550
to back up postgres and quota files.  We are in the process
of open sourcing the entire software set from these systems,
but unfortunately they are not ready just yet.

One issue I had with both of these ASMs was the need for a
separate restore ASM.  I forget precisely why, but I needed
to have the ASM call a separate script during restore.  Just

As soon as I can, I will send the ASMs.  In the mean time,
if you have access to a Sun/Cobalt RaQ550 check out
/usr/bin/postgresqlasm and /usr/bin/quotaasm.


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