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You cannot promote a volume. This command is restricted to filesystems.

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AMANDA-APPLICATIONS(7)						    Miscellanea 					    AMANDA-APPLICATIONS(7)

NAME
amanda-applications - Application-api for amanda DESCRIPTION
Describe how to use application with Amanda APPLICATIONS
This section lists the applications included with Amanda. See the individual man pages for instructions on using them. For complete How-To information, consult the Amanda wiki at http://wiki.zmanda.com. o amgtar(8), - use GNU Tar to backup and restore data. o ampgsql(8), - use PostgreSQL's continuous WAL archiving. o amraw(8), - use open and read to read the data. o amsamba(8), - use smbclient to backup and restore data. o amstar(8), - use star to backup and restore data. o amsuntar(8), - use native tar on Solaris to backup and restore data. o amzfs-sendrecv(8), - use zfs to create a snapshot and use 'zfs send' to generate the backup. o amzfs-snapshot(8), - use zfs to create a snapshot and for use with other applications (e.g. amgtar) DEFINING APPLICATIONS
An application is defined in amanda.conf(5) as follows: define application-tool $appconfigname { plugin "$pluginname" property "$PROPERTY_NAME" "$PROPERTY_VALUE" ... } and then referenced in a dumptype as define dumptype $dumptypename { ... program "APPLICATION" application "$appconfigname" } Application properties, like Amanda configuration parameters, are insensitive to case, and - (dash) and _ (underscore) may be used interchangeably. See the individual plugin documentation for properties applicable to each plugin. SEE ALSO
amanda(8), amanda.conf(5) The Amanda Wiki: : http://wiki.zmanda.com/ AUTHORS
Jean-Louis Martineau <martineau@zmanda.com> Zmanda, Inc. (http://www.zmanda.com) Dustin J. Mitchell <dustin@zmanda.com> Zmanda, Inc. (http://www.zmanda.com) Amanda 3.3.1 02/21/2012 AMANDA-APPLICATIONS(7)

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