New LUN; New Mount Path; Existing CV_MAGNETIC Copied?

Last post 05-22-2019, 1:38 PM by Odi et amo. 0 replies.
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  • New LUN; New Mount Path; Existing CV_MAGNETIC Copied?
    Posted: 05-22-2019, 1:38 PM

    I recently added a new LUN to our existing disk library, the same as I've done several times before.  After adding the new mount path within the CommCell Console, I've noticed an existing copy of the library folder for a different, previously existing mount path appears to have been copied into the new path somehow.  See screenshot_9.png.

    At first I suspected perhaps the mount path itself was broken somehow, and pointing at the previously existing mount path, hence actually showing the same exact data.  But I've made some minor changes to the mount folder(renamed with .bak at the end), and it appears to be a distinct folder.  Can anyone shed some light on this, and whether or not it would be ok for me to simply delete the "extra" data?

    If not, how do I reconcile this with the existing disk library?  CommVault does not appear to 'see' the data in Mount 23.  Rather it has created a new folder there as usual, and appears to be ignoring the other folder.  See 5-22-2019 09-35-34.jpg

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