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Open System SnapVault not starting

FABRICIO_ALMEIDA

Hello folks,

 

I want to backup data using OSSV, i already installed the client in my Linux machine, but when i try to start the copy, the console output the following error:

 

2220> snapvault start -S 192.168.169.7:/etc 2220:/vol/cronos/etc
Invalid path: /vol/cronos/etc
usage:
This command is available only on a snapvault secondary.
snapvault start [-r [-f]] [-w] [-k <kbs>] [-t <n>] [-p <conn_mode>] [-o <options>] [-S [<primary_system>:]<primary_path>] [<secondary_filer>:]<secondary_path>
where <options> is <opt_name>=<opt_value>[[,<opt_name>=<opt_value>]...]
For more information about the available options, please see the
SnapVault man page.

 

Consider:

 

/vol/cronos(volume)/etc(qtree) 

 

Observation: 2220 is a ficticious name.

 

Thanks in advice!

1 ACCEPTED SOLUTION

FABRICIO_ALMEIDA

I already resolve this problem.

 

The NetApp dont allow a qtree named "/etc" because this is a system folder of NetApp.

 

After changed to:

 

2220> snapvault start -S 192.168.169.7:/etc 2220:/vol/cronos/etc_cronos

 

Works like a charm.

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FABRICIO_ALMEIDA

I already resolve this problem.

 

The NetApp dont allow a qtree named "/etc" because this is a system folder of NetApp.

 

After changed to:

 

2220> snapvault start -S 192.168.169.7:/etc 2220:/vol/cronos/etc_cronos

 

Works like a charm.

View solution in original post

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