standalone Linux backup backup support
Sorry for my last post[. All my skills are in Microsoft servers/workstations etc..
I have only been more serious about Linux because people are now realizing
just how power full Linux is. So this is my setup:
I have installed and activated my Linux Ultimate software
I can do a local backup
I have set up an smb network share (server 2022 Microsoft)
My question is:
How do I upload specific Linux directories/files to my network share server box?
thank you for any assistance that you may be able to offer.
respect, me, Simon
Have you successfully mounted the network share to your Linux system? Once it's properly mounted, you should be able to see it as a local storage destination when creating or editing a backup plan.
Just a quick follow-up to give some clarity here.
If need to add a network share:
1. Mount the network share to your system
2. In the backup agent add a local destination under the "File system" option
3. Select your network share as a destination in your backup plan.
You can also mount/unmount network share with pre/post actions. For instructions read this article
thank you very much for your first class help and solution.
I have decided to go open source and use imaging software,
i will then up load the image to the network via a samba share
to my Microsoft network. this works. many thanks again, me,
respect, have a great day ;--]]
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