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Shiv Kumar_2 Absent Member.
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Omniback backups

We have Omniback installed to take the Oracle back up and the file systems
backup , but at times I get a message that the object does not reside in the
current file system , not backed up. I want some means so that I can avoid
this problem. When a file backup is not completely over I want it to be mailed
to the root I am giving you a list of log file below



[Warning] From: VBDA@kyarpp01 " [/opt]" Time: 10/02/99 19:49:20
/opt/Tivoli/installed
Object does not reside in current filesystem => not backed up.

[Warning] From: VBDA@kyarpp01 " [/opt]" Time: 10/02/99 19:49:20
/opt/Tivoli/local
Object does not reside in current filesystem => not backed up.

[Warning] From: VBDA@kyarpp01 " [/opt]" Time: 10/02/99 19:49:20
/opt/Tivoli/Media
Object does not reside in current filesystem => not backed up.

[Warning] From: VBDA@kyarpp01 " [/opt]" Time: 10/02/99 19:49:20
/opt/Tivoli/Backups
Object does not reside in current filesystem => not backed up.

[Warning] From: VBDA@kyarpp01 " [/]" Time: 10/02/99 19:55:07
/opt
Object does not reside in current filesystem => not backed up.

[Warning] From: VBDA@kyarpp01 " [/]" Time: 10/02/99 19:55:07
/tmp
Object does not reside in current filesystem => not backed up.

[Warning] From: VBDA@kyarpp01 " [/]" Time: 10/02/99 19:55:07
/usr
Object does not reside in current filesystem => not backed up.

[Warning] From: VBDA@kyarpp01 " [/]" Time: 10/02/99 19:55:07
/var
Object does not reside in current filesystem => not backed up.

[Warning] From: VBDA@kyarpp01 " [/]" Time: 10/02/99 19:55:42
/depot
Object does not reside in current filesystem => not backed up.

[Warning] From: VBDA@kyarpp01 " [/]" Time: 10/02/99 19:55:52
/net
Object does not reside in current filesystem => not backed up

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David Rodman_2 Absent Member.
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Re: Omniback backups

Is this an issue with symbolic links?
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Alan Riggs_1 Absent Member.
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Re: Omniback backups

This is not an error.

Omniback is simply warning you that subdirectories that reside in a separate
filesystem will not be backed up under the parent object.

In your example, /opt/Tivoli is obviously a separate filesystem. When you
backup /opt, /opt/Tivoli and its subdirectories will not be included. They
will need to be backed up as a separate filesystem object. If you have defined
host objects, then you will by default back up al filesystem objects on the
host. If not, then you will need to specify each filesystem object
individually.
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