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SuSE NSS 64-bit incremental backup DP 7.0.3

Hi, all,

 

We ran into a problem backing up SuSE OES 64-bit NSS cluster file system.

The cell manager is Windows 2008 R2, DP 7.03. 

 

The full and incremental backup were both fine, but when doing restore from incremental, the restored files didn't have the changes made between the full and inc backup. There were no errors either duing the restore session.

 

Any suggestions?

Thank you very much.

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Bob_Clark Absent Member.
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Re: SuSE NSS 64-bit incremental backup DP 7.0.3

I really don't know what to tell you about this.  You can get a listing of the files backed u, which will include the latest change version, I think, but DP does nothing to actually change teh file

Respected Contributor.. sheng-ling.coad Respected Contributor..
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Re: SuSE NSS 64-bit incremental backup DP 7.0.3

Hi, 

 

If I chose to restore the whole folder, then the inc. backup version was available for restore. But if I only chose the file under the folder, then the inc. backup version was not available.

 

However, if chose to restore the whole folder from the inc. backup, the file under the folder that was modified between the full and inc backup would not be restored to reflect the modification.

 

Very strange.  The 32-bit works fine, but the 64-bit has the above problems.

Thank you.

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bhuppi Absent Member.
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Re: SuSE NSS 64-bit incremental backup DP 7.0.3

Hi,
it seems very strange,
if you found any solution then please post it.

Regards
Bhupendra
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Mass2 Absent Member.
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Re: SuSE NSS 64-bit incremental backup DP 7.0.3

Ask support for DA fix on icremental backups for OES/NSS.
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