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Dominic Stalder
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ACS 5.1 backup not working

Hi there

we would like to save the backup of an ACS 5.1 to a NFS: \\x.x.x.x\ACS_Backup

We configured the ip x.x.x.x and the share name as /ACS_Backup, is this correct? I can mount this share with the configured username / password, but the ACS can't backup to the share. Is there a way to see the problem in the logs?

Regards

Dominic

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Hi there

we would like to save the backup of an ACS 5.1 to a NFS: \\x.x.x.x\ACS_Backup

We configured the ip x.x.x.x and the share name as /ACS_Backup, is this correct? I can mount this share with the configured username / password, but the ACS can't backup to the share. Is there a way to see the problem in the logs?

Regards

Dominic

Hi Dominic,

Check out the below link hope that help

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/net_mgmt/cisco_secure_access_control_system/5.1/installation/guide/csacs_upg.html

Ganesh.H

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20vek
Beginner

can you read repository? I would place some files there and

do "show repository ACS_Backup". You should be able to see these files.

I use ftp. works fine.

and it should be forward slashes. nfs://x.x.x.x./ACS_Backup

Hi there

we would like to save the backup of an ACS 5.1 to a NFS: \\x.x.x.x\ACS_Backup

We configured the ip x.x.x.x and the share name as /ACS_Backup, is this correct? I can mount this share with the configured username / password, but the ACS can't backup to the share. Is there a way to see the problem in the logs?

Regards

Dominic

Hi Dominic,

Check out the below link hope that help

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/net_mgmt/cisco_secure_access_control_system/5.1/installation/guide/csacs_upg.html

Ganesh.H

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Dominic Stalder
Enthusiast

Hi both of you

thanks for your feedback. I will try this and will post it again.

Thanks and regards

Dominic

hi,

I've got different question,

What size of disk space is necessary to maintaine regular scheduled backups?

what is being backup?

regards

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