I think mounting it on a media server would be a better option. Try to 
keep as much off the master server as possible.


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From: "mdglazerman" <nbu-fo...@backupcentral.com>
To: VERITAS-BU@MAILMAN.ENG.AUBURN.EDU
Sent: 19/11/2013 21:16:33
Subject: [Veritas-bu] Incremental filesystem backups running like a full 
backup
>Thanks Pat,
>
>I will look at this a little more but it seems like this may be the 
>answer. I have one more question based on this information. As this 
>remote share is mounted on a linux server which is also our master 
>server (in our dev environment) will I see any impact on normal 
>operations after making this change ? We run a filesystem backup 
>against this server to grab some of the /opt/openv directories, pluse 
>obviously our catalog backups run against it. If this is likely to dork 
>up any of NBU's normal activities, I might do better mounting the share 
>on one of our linux media servers instead.
>
>Thanks in advance,
>
>Mark
>
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