[PVE-User] Hostnames with vzdmp

Tonči Stipičević tonci at suma-informatika.hr
Thu May 9 08:44:13 CEST 2013


Hello to all

I'm also interested in embedding VM names in vzdump archive names !
It would be a nice feature

thank you in advance and
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/srdačan pozdrav / best regards/

Tonči Stipičević
/direktor / manager

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> Hi,
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> I was wondering if anyone currently has vzdmp configured to incorporate the vm hostname in the backup filename.
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> We are currently using openvz pretty heavily and it would be really nice to have this flexibility.
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> Thanks in advance,
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> Shain
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> Shain Miley | Manager of Systems and Infrastructure, Digital Media | smiley at npr.org | 202.513.3649
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> Hi Shain,
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> I'm looking also on how to do that via the web-gui of proxmox, but in commandline it can be done.
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> Just curious why you wanted to change the vzdump filename with the VM hostname?
>
> Because every vzdump whether successful or not you get an email about it and able to track it?
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> Regards,
> Anderson
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> On May 6, 2013, at 8:06 AM, Shain Miley wrote:
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>> Hi,
>>
>> I was wondering if anyone currently has vzdmp configured to incorporate the vm hostname in the backup filename.
>>
>> We are currently using openvz pretty heavily and it would be really nice to have this flexibility.
>>
>> Thanks in advance,
>>
>> Shain
>>
>> Shain Miley | Manager of Systems and Infrastructure, Digital Media | smiley at npr.org | 202.513.3649
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> Date: Mon, 6 May 2013 13:10:48 +0400
> From: Konstantin Tokar <konstantin at tokar.ru>
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> Hi,
> I join the request. I think it is enough to add an option in vzdump to add
> a name, but by default it is necessary to keep the old format for
> compatibility with other programs.
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> Konstantin Tokar
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> 2013/5/6 Shain Miley <SMiley at npr.org>
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>>   Hi,
>>
>>   I was wondering if anyone currently has vzdmp configured to incorporate
>> the vm hostname in the backup filename.
>>
>>   We are currently using openvz pretty heavily and it would be really nice
>> to have this flexibility.
>>
>>   Thanks in advance,
>>
>>   Shain
>>
>>   Shain Miley | Manager of Systems and Infrastructure, Digital Media |
>> smiley at npr.org | 202.513.3649
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