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Problem with NFS and Files

Post by nsangregorio » Feb 04, 2015 6:48 pm

Hi everyone,

This is my first experience with veeam. I try add a nfs repositories (from a local freenas) in veeam but i have a problem. When add a NFS server could authenticate with the credentials but when I wanted to create a backup job, does not appear in the repository options my NFS Server. I try see this server in the options FILES but return a error.

I attach screenshots in Veeam Server and my NFS config in freenas

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Re: Problem with NFS and Files

Post by Gostev » Feb 05, 2015 2:51 am

Hi, actually Veeam simply does not support NFS shares as a repository directly. Please, review the System Requirements. Thanks!

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Re: Problem with NFS and Files

Post by alanbolte » Feb 05, 2015 7:16 am

NFS mounted to a Linux repository is fine though - even recommended over CIFS in some cases. I can't tell, were you trying to add the FreeNAS directly as a Linux repository (in which case NFS is irrelevant), or is the FreeNAS mounted to a Linux server via NFS, and the problem is connecting to the Linux server? If the latter, then you may have some missing Perl packages, or perhaps a permissions issue if you're using a non-root account.

If you're trying to add the FreeNAS as Linux, I believe it's actually based on FreeBSD, which isn't a supported repository OS.

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Re: Problem with NFS and Files

Post by nsangregorio » Feb 11, 2015 1:53 pm

Perfect,

Thanks All!

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