On Wed, 18 Jul 2001, Gonyou, Austin wrote:
> If I perform the following:
> xfsdump -f /dev/nst0 -L "Boot FS" -m "test1" /boot
> xfsdump -f /dev/nst0 -L "Home FS" -m "test1" /home
I assume you used -M and not -m. Also, you don't need to use the
non-rewind device here - xfsdump will take care of dumping /home after
/boot on the tape.
> mt /dev/st0 rewind
> xfsrestore -f /dev/st0 -t
> I only get data from /boot listed..and thats all that xfsrestore says it has
It would've examined the first dump. If you want it to examine the second
dump, you will need to run xfsrestore again.
Note also, that since you are using the rewinding tape device here, your
second xfsrestore will also examine the first dump. However, xfsrestore
should give you the option to skip that dump, and examine the next.