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Linux CentOS 6.4 Client DA "empty file/dir list"

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Hi,

 

I've the A.06.11 version installed on Windows Server 2008.

I've also installed Disk Agent on a Linux system (CentOS 6.4).

The installation seems to be ok, but on server side when I select the itemes to backup, I don't see any of files o directories, in fact near to the name of the server I can see a "+" but when I select it the "+" disappear and I don't see nothing.

On another system in my lan with a Red Ha tLinux all works perfectly.

 

Any idea?

Thanks

 

Alessio

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Re: Linux CentOS 6.4 Client DA "empty file/dir list"

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I guess the filesystem are ext4 or something not supported by DP 6.11. If this is the case, make sure you're using at least the latest patches on that client. The supported filesystems are determined the ones listed in /opt/omni/bin/.util.

 

Regards,

Sebastian

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Re: Linux CentOS 6.4 Client DA "empty file/dir list"

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I guess the filesystem are ext4 or something not supported by DP 6.11. If this is the case, make sure you're using at least the latest patches on that client. The supported filesystems are determined the ones listed in /opt/omni/bin/.util.

 

Regards,

Sebastian

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Re: Linux CentOS 6.4 Client DA "empty file/dir list"

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Thanks for your reply Sebastian,

 

I've modified file yuo mentioned. That file in my installation is in /opt/omni/lbin.

Inside file ".util" there was a line:

 /bin/df -P -t psfs -t ext2 -t SFS -t ext -t minix -t xiafs -t vmfs -t reiserfs -t ext3 -t vfat -t vxfs -t xfs -t hsmfs -t gfs -t lustre_lite -t ocfs -t ocfs2 2>/dev/null | sed '1d' | awk '{print $6}'

 

I've added the "-t ext4" parameter afer "-t ext3" and  I've done some test of backup and restore and the system worked well.

 

Regards,

Alessio

 

 

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Re: Linux CentOS 6.4 Client DA "empty file/dir list"

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Please consider upgrading your cell to latest patches anyway. Each and every upgrade could break your manual workaround. If we're done here, please mark this post as resolved and assign a kudo. :)

 

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Sebastian

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Re: Linux CentOS 6.4 Client DA "empty file/dir list"

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Thanks for your advices Sebastian,

but from where can I download the patches? Consider that I haven't any active contract support with hp.

 

Regards,

Alessio

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Re: Linux CentOS 6.4 Client DA "empty file/dir list"

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Hi Alessio,

 

unfortunately you are not allowed to download, receive or install current patches without current contract with HP. You might use "back to support" as option.

 

Best regards

Daniel

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Re: Linux CentOS 6.4 Client DA "empty file/dir list"

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What do you mean when yus say  use "back to support" as option.

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Alessio

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Re: Linux CentOS 6.4 Client DA "empty file/dir list"

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Hi,

 

to get a valid support contract you can buy the software including support (makes sense when your contract has been expired for more than 3 years) or you ask HP or your partner to get an offer to pay for the last 1-2 years to come "back to support", your supplier should know what is meant.

 

Best regards

Daniel

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