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Old 10-26-2006, 10:33 AM
richwiss richwiss is offline
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SD fails with mounted NFS directories

Hi-

I know that SD does not support backing up network drives - and that's fine, I'm not interested in doing that. However, I have two directories mounted via NFS and I'd like to make sure that SD can successfully back up my drive by ignoring these directories.

If I leave the directories mounted when I try to do the backup, SD fails. If I unmount the directories first, SD succeeds. I'd rather not have to write a pre- and post- flight script that unmounts then remounts the directories since this can cause some problems. Is there a way to let SD know that those directories are NFS mounted (surely this is in the mount table?) and not try and copy these?

Thanks,

Richard
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