Re: backup on Veritas volume manager
12:30 PM PDT
Many thanks to Nathan Dietsch, Buddy Lumpkin, Neill, Mark
it is not required to backup swapvol.
>Dear Sun Managers,
>I've installed Vertias Volume Manager 3.0.3 in my 18G
>hard disk. I've encapsulated the disk and the file
>system are created as followed:
>I had created a backup scripts to backup all the above
>My questions is:
>In /etc/vfstab, there is a file system /dev/vx/dsk/swapvol.
>However, when I do a df -k, I cannot see this file system.
>Is it necessary to do a ufsdump on this file system also??
>if there is a crash, how can I restore the backup for
>all the file system?
swapvol is the swap zone, you don't need to back it up.
>My steps of restoring is as follows and welcome all the comments.
> boot cdrom -sw
> mount /dev/vx/dsk/rootvol /a
> cd /a
> ufsrestore xvf /dev/rmt/0n
>will do the same for /dev/vx/dsk/usr and /dev/vx/dsk/var. Then
>how about /dev/vx/dsk/swapvol??
Get 100% FREE Internet Access powered by Excite
This archive was generated by hypermail 2.1.2 : Fri Sep 28 2001 - 23:14:07 CDT