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removing my post once again does not improve the terminology fault you state here.
Anyone can read the correct window title and verify the facts.
Please be correct. And be fair.
is this a new feature? - Directives are created from the NW Admin GUI which must be opened via NW NMC.
To avoid confusion, please do not set wrong expectations and use the correct terminology.
Hi bingo, I'm not sure you received the private message I sent to you Thursday. I requested that we take this discussion privately, hence I offered my email. I never received your email message, yet you insist on taking this publicly. I understand that this is your preference so I will respect it.
I appreciate your interest in helping us and the community to improve the quality of the content. Yesterday, based on your observations, we made edits to the title and description on this thread. If you still object the terminology being used, could you please provide details on your concern. We will be sure to once again take a look and revise if necessary.
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Is that human or computer voice in that video?
Let me kick off this with few question. Imagine you are under UNIX/Linux. You have following structure of file systems:
I do have some data under /data/goo/foo/somewhere_below which I wish to skip, but not under /data/goo/gle/foo/somewhere below.
unfortunately I did not receive any mail - I just noticed that my comment has been deleted. But I also noticed the corrections you made.
Please understand that it is just my intention to just name the details correctly ... especially as an ex NW instructor I am keeping an eye on this issues. I just want to make sure that all the people speak the same proper language. It surely improves understanding an especially helps novices.
Thank you for starting the conversation.
1. Yes Directive applicable to /Data directory. But when you specify "+action", all child directories will inherit the directive.
Since /data/goo/gle is a mount point, it should be added separately under directive to take effect.
2. Directive wont span across symlinks. Target directory path should be added in the directive to work.
3. I haven't worked on non English language directive yet. I will research on this and get back to you.
Here is an overview of NetWorker Directive,
Directives are resources that contains special instructions that control how the NetWorker server processes files and directories during backup and recovery. NetWorker administrators can create directives to customize the NetWorker software to your specific needs, maximize the efficiency of backups, and apply special handling to individual files or directories.
sorry to correct you - it should read as follows:
"Directives are resources that contains special instructions that control how the NetWorker client software processes files and directories during backup and recovery. ..."
Directives are "specific rules for uasm" and consequently ... like 'save' & 'recover' a client specific program.
Corrections are welcome . Yes you are right, directives works at client process.
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