[Networker] Client-Side Directive Q

2004-12-07 21:34:29
Subject: [Networker] Client-Side Directive Q
From: Randy Doering <rdoering AT COMCAST DOT NET>
Date: Tue, 7 Dec 2004 21:33:40 -0500
Ok, So I didn't get much (any) response to my MSEXCH:MB question. Any help
there would be appreciated.

I'm also trying to work on a Client-Side Directive where we are backing up
17+ - 20+ GBs of data from a Sysco Server everyday on incremental backups.
It keeps adding up.

So, to test Client-Side Directives, I've been running tests on my laptop
(XP-SP2), and I have a .nsr file on the top level C: drive with:

+skip *.*

as the contents.

I did a full backup on my laptop, and it backed up about ~10GB of date from
my laptop.

Why didn't it skip all of my drive C:?

Other directive tests have me confused, so I'm trying to keep this question
as simple as possible.


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