AIX synthetic full - additional incremental

Last post 06-27-2017, 7:59 AM by Kay. 0 replies.
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  • AIX synthetic full - additional incremental
    Posted: 06-27-2017, 7:59 AM
    • Kay is not online. Last active: 2019-05-03, 5:32 AM Kay
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    Since v10 sp15, also after upgrade to v11 sp7, AIX clients will be backed up by an additional incremental after run a synthetic full when initiate
    - synthetic full with incremental backup before,
    - synthetic full without incremental backup,
    - synthetic full without incremental backup and without verification.
    The incremental before and the synthetic full complete without error/failed files.

    15:41:31 2848309 Servant [---- IMMEDIATE BACKUP REQUEST ----], … AppType[AIX File System][21] BkpSet[defaultBackupSet] SubClnt[default] BkpLevel[Incremental][2]
    15:47:45 2848309 Scheduler -> COMPLETED <- Completed JobType[Backup] CompletionStatus[Success];
    15:47:45 2848315 Servant [---- IMMEDIATE SYNTHETIC FULL REQUEST ----], … AppType[AIX File System] BkpSet[defaultBackupSet] SubClnt[default] BkpLevel[Synthetic Full] (old job [2848309])
    15:47:45 2848315 Operations Converting job to synthetic full followed by incremental for AIX client.
    15:47:45 2848315 Servant [---- IMMEDIATE SYNTHETIC FULL REQUEST ----], … AppType[AIX File System] BkpSet[defaultBackupSet] SubClnt[default] BkpLevel[Synthetic Full] (old job [2848309])
    15:51:42 2848315 Scheduler -> COMPLETED <- Completed JobType[SynthFull] CompletionStatus[Success] ;
    15:51:42 2848318 Servant [---- IMMEDIATE BACKUP REQUEST ----], … AppType[AIX File System] BkpSet[defaultBackupSet] SubClnt[default] BkpLevel[Incremental] (old job [2848315])

    Any idea why the additional incremental will be initiated (the synthetic full will be converted)? No issue with Linux of Windows backups.
     
    Thanks, Kay
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