Re: [Networker] Sybase DB restore
Tim Mooney said:
>Files on UNIX and Linux systems aren't skipped just because they're open,
>so if the server was a UNIX or Linux box, it would still have been backed
>up (barring any directives that told NetWorker to skip those files).
But what happens if it's open and CHANGING? Most backup products stat the
file, then back it up, then stat it. If the modification time or size has
changed since they started, they sometimes discard that file.
Curtis Preston | VP Data Protection
GlassHouse Technologies, Inc.
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