Restoring Queue Objects
Novell Cool Solutions: Tip
By Dean Giles
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Posted: 7 Dec 2005
The process of restoring queue objects will often fail.
A queue object in eDirectory has two components - an eDirectory object and a file system directory. Typically, eDirectory objects must be restored first to ensure that file system trustees can be correctly mapped. During this restore process, the queue objects will fail to restore because the file system directories that they are associated with do not exist.
To avoid this problem, restore the file system after restoring eDirectory. If the restore of the file system follows the restore of eDirectory on the system, then the restore of the queue objects can be retried. The queue objects will now be restored to eDirectory, because the file system directories they are associated with will now be present and will be found on the disk.
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