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FSAUTILITY and restore from archive

Created: 26 May 2011 • Updated: 30 Sep 2011 | 5 comments
BoTho's picture
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Hi ..

EV9 ..

Fileservers: Windows 2003 and 2008 R2

I'm unable to restore files from archive with FSAUTILITY!
No problems to restore with Archive Explorer!
I have tested the command at various archives and get the same result .. error

Error msg
D:\Enterprise Vault>FSAUtility -t -s "\\serverxx.xxx..domain.xx\share\data -d \\anotherserver\f$\restore" -l 0

FSA Data Mover Utility.
Symantec Enterprise Vault.
Copyright (c) 2010. Symantec Corporation.

Restore files
Folder      : \\serverxx.xxx..domain.xx\share\data -d \enterprisevault\f$\recover
Error: The path \\serverxx.xxx..domain.xx\share\data -d \enterprisevault\f$\recover is not associated with an archived volume. If you migrated placeholders to this location, let the File System Archiving task process the volume, then stop the task and re-run th
is command

lfthfy

regards
/Bo

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MarkBarefoot's picture

http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO37838

 

Your syntax is incorrect, you don't need the " "

try this

FSAUtility -t -s \\serverxx.xxx..domain.xx\share\data -d \\anotherserver\f$\restore -l 0

Thanks,

Mark

Supportability Analysis Engineer for Enterprise Vault products.

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Rob Brenner's picture

Either use each path within " " or not at all. If there are spaces in the path then you must use " "

The problem here is that you incorporated both source and desination paths wtihin the same " "

MarkBarefoot's picture

Yep, that's what I noticed. If the OP copies the example I edited he should be fine.

Thanks,

Mark

Supportability Analysis Engineer for Enterprise Vault products.

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Rob Brenner's picture

Let us know the results after running the command with the correct syntax

Rob Brenner's picture

Have you been able to run the command with the correct syntax?

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