> Am Montag, 2. Juli 2001 22:03 schrieb Andi Kleen:
> > I don't know much about TSM/ADSM, but if it's only checking the file system
> > name in /etc/mtab you can probably fix it with a binary editor, replacing
> > the name of an unused file system with the same length like ufs with xfs.
> > Just be careful that you find the right occurrence of the ufs string; it is
> > probably near other file system names.
> > I've fixed at least one program this way.
> > -Andi
> I looked at the release notes of the TSM client 4.2.0 and it states:
> o The functionality of the Tivoli Storage Manager Linux client is designed
> and tested to work on file systems of the common types EXT2, ReiserFS,
> VFAT, NFS (see under known problems and limitations for supported
> environment), and ISO9660 (CD-ROM). Backup and archive for other file
> system types is not excluded. They will be tolerated and performed in
> compatibility mode.
> This means that features of other file systems types may not be supported
> by the Linux client. These file system type information of such file
> systems will be forced to unknown.
> So I guess XFS will work with this version, but without support for ACL and
> extended attributes.
> I am using Legato Networker for my Linux machines with several XFS
> filesystems myself. It works without problems. I am not using ACLs or
> extended attributes right now.
I took a quick look around the download site this morning, and noticed that
they have an Irix version. So it would not be a huge amount of effort to
use the modified api we have in Linux to get to thinks like extended
attributes as well. Note that this presumes the Irix version supports