Using Acrserve File system in Linux

Posted on 2006-05-22
Last Modified: 2010-04-03
Would anyone know how to setup a file system backup for AchServe in Linux?
As well as mount the USB drive???
Question by:Lionelh
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    Which distro?

    Here are the only successful looking tidbits I've been able to find, but they apply to CentOS/RedHat:

    As for mounting a USB drive, if it is your first USB drive and you have no SATA or SCSI devices, create a mount point, and as root type:

    mount /dev/sda1 /PATH-TO/MOUNT-POINT

    As long as it's a file system supported by your kernel, it should auto detect the file system type, and mount it.

    Hope this helps.

    Author Comment

    I'm using Red Hat Linux Enterprise 4
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    Did any of the sites I posted answer your question?  If not, I'll continue digging.


    Author Comment

    I really wanted to know about file system backups,
    I didn't really see anything about that...

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