2013-06-20 01:50 AM
After creating a dataset with SnapVault, he creates relationships with a "-" and therefore qtree with a "-", for example:
Have you any idea why dfm created the relationship with a "-" ?
2013-06-20 12:14 PM
This is how SV knows to get data that does not reside in a qtree. Snapvault is a qtree operation that sometimes needs to occur at the volume level...interesting way of putting that isn't it? Therefore when you do not have a qtree you need a placeholder "-" to tell snapvault : "If there is data at this level, I need it backed up along with the other stuff."