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System Dude_1
Frequent Advisor

frecover

I've backup my mountpoint as below by using fbackup :

/disk1/app1
/disk1/app2
/disk1/app3
.
.
.
/disk1/app100

How do I recover all mountpoint of by backup by using frecover to a diff path as follows

/disk2/app1
/disk2/app2
/disk2/app3
.
.
.
/disk2/app100
Performance Issue on HP-UX 10.20
5 REPLIES
Stefan Farrelly
Honored Contributor

Re: frecover


cd /disk2

and use the frecover -X -x options to recover all to the directory you are in.

This will restore as;
/disk2/disk1/app1
etc.

Then you can mv /disk2/disk1/app1 to /disk2/ if you want the path to look like /disk2/app1 after the frecover.
Im from Palmerston North, New Zealand, but somehow ended up in London...
James R. Ferguson
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: frecover

Hi:

You can recover to your current working directory with 'frecover' by adding the '-X' option to your recovery arguments. See the man pages for 'frecover'.

Regards!

...JRF...
Vogra
Regular Advisor

Re: frecover

Dude,

you can use SAM with...
Backup and Recovery ->
Interactive Backup and Recovery -> (choose tape device) -> (go to action menu option) -> Recover Files or Directories... -> (and on Set Additional Parameters..., choose "Place Files in Non-Root Directory"
and then, inform the directory that you can it files...
Hope you help.
We are spirits in the material world
Rafael M. Ferreira
Occasional Advisor

Re: frecover

System Dude

To do frecover:

1)cd /disk2
2)frecover -f /dev/rmt/0m -i /disk1/app* -xFX

Regards

Rafael

PIYUSH D. PATEL
Honored Contributor

Re: frecover

Hi,

man frecover and use the -X option.

Piyush