Idea ID: 2702267

Request for removing warnings query from session report

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DP 9.x wasn’t even reporting that acl’s were not supported on NFS in DP9, where as in DP 10.x, it is reporting.
Customer understand that backup of extended attributes is not supported by RHEL, but actually we are backing up the files, just not the extended attributes.
 

Our customer wants fix for this warning message as there are thousand of these warning messages on each session:

[Warning] From: VBDA@******* "/" Time: 10/2/2019 1:48:59 PM
[81:84] /osbkp/RHEL/pathces/openmotif21-2.1.30-11.el7.i686.rpm
Cannot read ACLs: ([95] Operation not supported).

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  • Hello  

     

    You are correct . i used the omnirc .. after changed the omnirc . Now i can list this filesystem as regular . This time the backup worked with out those warning messages. I will replicate the same to our production and let you know.

     

    Thank you very much for your help on this. 

     

    Really looks like this will solve this issue for others who facing the warning messages on NFS backup in Linux.

     

     

     

  • Hello ,

    First of all, do not use the omnirc OB2_ALLOW_REMOTE_MOUNT_POINT=1.

    Then you need to re-create the backup spec. The recommended change will allow you to see and select the NFS mounts as regular file systems (e.g. /osbkp/vmwarebkp/hq).

    Regards,
    Sebastian Koehler

  • Hi Sebastian ,

     

    Thank you for your suggestion. I Tried this on my server but still I am getting the same issue. My DP version is now 10.5 and the Linux version is RHEL 7.5 

  • Hello , , ,

    Found a good solution for your guys. On the Linux Disk edit the file /opt/omni/lbin/.util and add -t nfs -t nfs4 to the command /bin/df -P in case gpl/i386/linux.

    Will discuss the problem with engineering to see how this can be resolved in the Linux agent.

    Regards,
    Sebastian Koehler

  • We wants fix for this warning message as there are thousand of these warning messages on each session