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Hello

 

I have a backup job only for pst-files. Now I want to list the files included in the backup

Message:

STARTING Disk Agent for fileserver2.:/H "fileserver2. [/H]".

 

and now I want to list the files with: omnidb -winfs fileserver2.:/H "fileserver2. [/H]" -session 2019/06/27-213 -catalog

 

 

Protection   Owner     Group                Size [B] Time                    Path
========================================================================================
----------   N/A       N/A                         0 -                       /homedir/21229/Outlook/Netze.pst
----------   N/A       N/A                         0 -                       /homedir/21229/Outlook/Projekte.pst

 

 

But the File-Size is 0 Byte

 

Specification: FS_Fileserver2_Job1_Hag
Session ID: 2019/06/27-213
Type: Backup
Session Owner: SBG\05858@l05858-01.<domain>
Status: Completed
Mode: full
Start Time: 27.06.2019 07:51:12
Queuing: 0:00
Duration: 13:19
GB Written: 3852,01
# Media: 2
# Errors: 0
# Warnings: 1
Success: 100%

No objects failed.

 

 

What could this be?

 

rg

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Re: list backuped files

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Hi @hansis,

Have you been able to see a difference in the omnidb output when running the session with "Log All"? This directly changes what details are tracked in the catalog.

Is there a pariticular reason why you use "Enhanced incremental" backups? If you need it to backup files where only ACLs changed then consider leave it on but disable the "Hard Link Detection" to get rid of the warning.

Regards,
Sebastian Koehler

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hi,

On the this session 2019/06/27-213  search these lines
[Normal] From: VBDA@Cellmanager.domain  "C:" Time: 6/24/2019 5:21:13 PM
STARTING Disk Agent for client.domain:/C "C:"

Copy this line client.domain:/C "C:"


Use this command
omnidb -winfs client.domain:/C "C:" -session 2019/06/24-6 -catalog

 

 

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Hi @hansis,

Are you sure the files have been backed up with the "Log All" option? It works for me using Data Protector A.10.30.

C:\>omnidb -winfs server.domain.com:/S "S: [DATA]" -session 2019/06/25-3 -catalog
Protection   Owner     Group                Size [B] Time                    Path
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D            N/A       N/A                         0 25.05.2019 18:35:42     /DATA
             N/A       N/A                  24450010 30.05.2019 10:12:49     /DATA/fileA.dat
             N/A       N/A                  24449862 24.05.2019 10:13:05     /DATA/fileB.dat
             N/A       N/A                 571656089 25.05.2019 18:35:46     /DATA/fileC.dat
             N/A       N/A                 375114893 24.05.2019 13:50:44     /DATA/fileD.dat

What was the warning reported in the backup session?

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Sebastian Koehler

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Re: list backuped files

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Hello Sebastian!

No, this option was not set. I have tried it again with the option "Log All".

omnirpt -report single_session -session 2019/06/27-213
Single Session Report

Cell Manager: 
Creation Date: 02.07.2019 10:27:38

Session Information

Specification: FS_Fileserver2_Job1_Hag
Session ID: 2019/06/27-213
Type: Backup
Session Owner: 
Status: Completed
Mode: full
Start Time: 27.06.2019 07:51:12
Queuing: 0:00
Duration: 13:19
GB Written: 3852,01
# Media: 2
# Errors: 0
# Warnings: 1
Success: 100%

No objects failed.

Report Messages Other Than Normal [Common]:

[Warning] From: BSM@ "FS_Fileserver2_Job1_Hag" Time: 27.06.2019 07:51:12
[61:20005]      Hard link detection is not supported with enhanced backups.
        Hard links for object ':/H' will be backed up as files.

No error messages.

 

I am trying to backup only "PST"-Files. I have to start a script after backup to show if all files where backuped.

 

rg

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Re: list backuped files

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Hi @hansis,

Have you been able to see a difference in the omnidb output when running the session with "Log All"? This directly changes what details are tracked in the catalog.

Is there a pariticular reason why you use "Enhanced incremental" backups? If you need it to backup files where only ACLs changed then consider leave it on but disable the "Hard Link Detection" to get rid of the warning.

Regards,
Sebastian Koehler

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Re: list backuped files

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Hello Sebastian.

 

I did not see ay different!
Enhanced Incremental Backup I have do done. 

Detect NTFS hardlinks is disabled.

 

I will start a new job and get in touch tomorrow.

 

rg

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Hello!

Now I have the Information of the Size!

 

rg

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Hi @hansis,

I'm glad this is working now. Can you say which configuration option helped to resolve the issue?

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The solution was a new configuration with "Log All"

 

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Hi @hansis,

Great, then everything works as expected. Thanks for sharing.

Regards,
Sebastian Koehler

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