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Certain Files Are Skipped After the Full BMR Is Completed

Publication Date:  2015-07-29 Views:  54 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
Other file systems are mounted on the SUSE client. The backup content is set to ALL_LOCAL_DRIVERS when the full BMR is created. After the full BMR is complete, the detailed information about the backup task is checked on the NetBackup Administration Console. The system prompts that other file systems except for the root directory are skipped.

Handling Process
Method 1: When creating the backup policy, set the backup content to ALL_LOCAL_DRIVERS and select Allow multiple data streams.

NOTE:
For details about the backup content setting, see the Creating Backup Policies in the OceanStor HDP3500E BMR Backup and Recovery Guide.

1.  Log in to the NetBackup Administration Console as user root.

2.  In the navigation tree, choose NetBackup Management > Policies.

3.  Double-click a backup policy on Policies window, for example, bmr01.

The Change policy - bmr01 dialog box is displayed.

4.  On the Attribute tab page, select Limit jobs per policy, and set the number of limit jobs per policy to 8. Select Allow multiple data streams.





5.  Click Apply.

Method 2: When creating the backup policy, set the backup content to / and select Cross mount points.

NOTE:
For details about the backup content setting, see the Creating a BMR Backup Policy in the OceanStor HDP3500E BMR Backup and Recovery Guide.

1.  On the Attribute tab page, select Allow multiple data streams.





2.  Click Apply.
Root Cause
When different file systems are mounted in the root directory, the NetBackup skips the mount points if the backup content is set to ALL_LOCAL_DRIVERS.

NOTE:
Although the mount points in the root directory are skipped, the NetBackup backs up the content of the file systems.


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