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INCLUDE NEWLY CREATED FILE SYSTEM WITH ALL_LOCAL_DIRVE

somesh_p
Level 4

I've a policy for solaris server with ALL_LOCAL_DRIVES directive , "Allow multiple data streams" and "Cross mount points" is unchecked. This has been running fine without any issues.If I create a new file system now. Will that be automatically included in ALL_LOCAL_DRIVES directive? Will it trigger a seperate stream for new file system ? Or Do I need to re-create a policy to include newly created file system

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revarooo
Level 6
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When you specift ALL_LOCAL_DRIVES in the policy, a request is sent to the client from the master server to run 'bpmount' - this will detect all drives or filesystems and adds them to the backup. Therefore any new drives or filesystems will just be added to the backup. So you do not need to do anything to the policies. It should just work :)

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revarooo
Level 6
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When you specift ALL_LOCAL_DRIVES in the policy, a request is sent to the client from the master server to run 'bpmount' - this will detect all drives or filesystems and adds them to the backup. Therefore any new drives or filesystems will just be added to the backup. So you do not need to do anything to the policies. It should just work :)

Nicolai
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Addition to previous fine post:

You can run bpmount by hand on the clien to verify the new file system is listed.

huanglao2002
Level 6

You can do a backup job test,