mdk 0 Posted March 15 Share Posted March 15 We have a strange problem on our Linux hosts: Whenever an automatic or manual scan (odcan / smart profile) is executed on NFSv3 exports (mounted in /etc/fstab with default settings) the actual ctime of files located on these NFS exports is altered. This can be verified by using the "ls -lc" or "stat" command afterwards. First it seems that this is not that big of a deal, but altering ctime by scanning files on remote filesystems triggers our backup solution. So doing a reliable incremental/differential backup is impossible, when a simple scan is messing with the ctime "flag" on these remote files. Is there a GUI option or parameter to stop Endpoint Protection (efs) from altering ctime on NFS? Can this be avoided by adding additional mount parameters to /etc/fstab? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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