[zfs-discuss] Tivoli Storage Manager (dsmc) won't backup ZFS subdirs

Ole Traupe ole.traupe at tu-berlin.de
Tue Feb 16 10:22:20 EST 2016


Doesn't seem to work. Tried it in addition to the domain settings in the 
dsm.opt.

What distro is this working for you on?


On 11.02.2016 23:39, Brock Murch wrote:
> So is this a server side issue or client side? I had to set up my zfs based
> client side adsm.inclexcl like this where each include is a pool and have had
> no problems:
>
> cat client/ba/bin/adsm.inclexcl
> exclude  /.../core
> include /tank/home1/.../*
> include /tank/apple1/.../*
> include /tank/apple2/.../*
> include /tank/software/.../*
> include /tank/subscription/.../*
> include /tank/system/.../*
> include /tank/projects/.../*
> exclude /tank/scratch/.../*
> exclude.dir  /optics1/apple2/from_scratch
> exclude.dir  /tank/apple1/sat
>
> On Wednesday 10 February 2016 08:35, Ole Traupe via zfs-discuss wrote:
>> Yes, subdirs are zfs data sets. Only "/" is ext4.
>>
>> Unfortunately not working. These are my domain lines now:
>>
>>           domain          /
>>           domain          /tank
>>           domain          /tank/public
>>
>> And this the command:
>>
>> dsmc incr /tank/public
>> -snapshotroot=/tank/public/.zfs/snapshot/TIVOLI_snapshot
>>
>> On 10.02.2016 14:06, Klaus Hartnegg via zfs-discuss wrote:
>>> Am 09.02.2016 um 17:18 schrieb Ole Traupe via zfs-discuss:
>>>> I am trying to backup a data set with dsmc. Unfortunately I can't get it
>>>> to do the subdirs as well, although i use "SUBDIR    YES" in the
>>>> "dsm.opt" file and "-subdir=yes" on the command line.
>>> If you created the directories with "zfs create" rather than with
>>> "mkdir", they probably get treated as different filesystems, and as
>>> such they need separate domain entries in dsm.opt. Try listing them in
>>> dsm.opt like this:
>>>    domain /
>>>    domain /tank
>>>    domain /tank/dir1
>>>    domain /tank/dir2
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