Rainer_EMC
6 Indium

Re: How do I find the WWN of AUX0 and AUX1

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It is up to the backup software whether you can see/select subdirectories of a file system

dynamox
7 Thorium

Re: How do I find the WWN of AUX0 and AUX1

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What Rainer said, for example i use TSM to perform NDMP backup. In TSM i can specify to backup as one big "image" or as one big "image" and include TOC (table of content), that would allow me to perform file/folder level restores.

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Rainer_EMC
6 Indium

Re: How do I find the WWN of AUX0 and AUX1

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I think he meant to „browse“ a directory on backup and not on restore

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dynamox
7 Thorium

Re: How do I find the WWN of AUX0 and AUX1

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browse the file system before the actual backup occurs ? I can't do that in TSM because NDMP backup type in TSM is "image".

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clebeuva
2 Iron

Re: How do I find the WWN of AUX0 and AUX1

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Yes ok. Yes I meant browse the file system in order to do partial file system backups.

I don’t have an option like image or image and TOC, it’s just select at the share level and this automatically gives me the function of restore all or restore individual files/folders.

Ok so sounds like it’s dependant wholly on backup software. Thanks all, just wanted to make sure I’m not missing some VNX side config.

Carl.

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clebeuva
2 Iron

Re: How do I find the WWN of AUX0 and AUX1

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Just found this searching google for this subject 🤣

Funny.

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