[Veritas-bu] single client, multiple filesystems, one tape, simultaneously?

2000-09-25 15:05:56
Subject: [Veritas-bu] single client, multiple filesystems, one tape, simultaneously?
From: fx [François-Xavier Peretmere] fx AT Veritas DOT com
Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2000 21:05:56 +0200
> From: Ty Young [mailto:tyyyoung2 AT home DOT com]
> Sent: Monday 25 September, 2000 17:24

> I'm evaluating NetBackup 3.4 DataCenter for my corporation, and there's
> something which Legato NetWorker does and which I can't seem to make
> NetBackup do. Here's the scenario:  one client, i.e. Solaris 7 box, with,
> say, 6 filesystems:  /, /usr, /opt, /var, /export and /u01.

> I want to back up this client onto a NetBackup master server, and I want
> all six filesystems to be streamed simultaneously to one tape drive (i.e.,
> all filesystems get dumped to the tape ABC001 inside /dev/rmt/1cbn
> simultaneously.)

 - create a storage unit for you tape, raise the MPX to 6
 - configure the class to send data to this storage unit
 - activate "multiple data stream" for the class
 - uncheck the "cross mount point" option for the class
 - list all six filesystems in the class file list
 - raise the global parameter "active job per client" to 6

> I've called Veritas tech support on it, and received as many different
> answers as the number of engineers I've spoken to.  Anybody out there
> have any suggestions?

 rtfm ;-)


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