I have found that most of the UNIX-isms are transferable to
Windows...hopefully that will continue with 6.0 and beyond.
Glad I could help.
From: cckat AT reality.ucdavis DOT edu [mailto:cckat AT reality.ucdavis DOT
Behalf Of Kathryn Hemness
Sent: Friday, August 19, 2005 5:06 PM
To: David Chapa
Cc: veritas-bu AT mailman.eng.auburn DOT edu
Subject: RE: [Veritas-bu] RESTORE_ORIGINAL_ATIME
Hi David --
Your suggestion was a good one.
I've done a successful test restore on my system. I created
an empty file called RESTORE_ORIGINAL_ATIME in C:\Veritas\NetBackup.
To see the actual access time of the file, DO NOT use the Properties
of the file itself; set the "Choose Columns" or "Choose Attributes" or
whatever it's called in your Windows Explorer View menu. If you click
a file with any button of your mouse, you will update the Access time to
On Fri, 19 Aug 2005, David Chapa wrote:
> Date: Fri, 19 Aug 2005 15:01:50 -0600
> From: David Chapa <david.chapa AT adic DOT com>
> To: Kathryn Hemness <kfhemness AT ucdavis DOT edu>,
> veritas-bu AT mailman.eng.auburn DOT edu
> Subject: RE: [Veritas-bu] RESTORE_ORIGINAL_ATIME
> Did you try touching that same file on the Windows client?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: veritas-bu-admin AT mailman.eng.auburn DOT edu
> [mailto:veritas-bu-admin AT mailman.eng.auburn DOT edu] On Behalf Of Kathryn
> Sent: Friday, August 19, 2005 2:24 PM
> To: veritas-bu AT mailman.eng.auburn DOT edu
> Subject: [Veritas-bu] RESTORE_ORIGINAL_ATIME
> Greetings --
> For Unix clients, there is a mechanism for restoring files retaining
> their original access times by touching a file called
> /usr/openv/netbackup/RESTORE_ORIGINAL_ATIME on the Unix client.
> Is there a similar mechanism I can use for restores to a Windows
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