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# sample Amanda2 disklist file, derived from CS.UMD.EDU's disklist
#
# If your configuration is called, say, "csd2", then this file normally goes
# in /etc/amanda/csd2/disklist.
#
# File format is:
#
#	hostname diskdev dumptype
#
# where the dumptypes are defined by you in amanda.conf.


# At our site, root partitions have a different dumptype because they
# are of lower priority; they don't contain user data, and don't change
# much from the department prototype.  In a crunch, they can be left for
# last or skipped.

## A SPARCstation 1+
#salty sd0a comp-root
#salty sd0g comp-user
#salty sd1g comp-user
#salty sd2a comp-root
#salty sd2g comp-user
#salty sd3c comp-user
#
## A DECstation 3100
#slithy rz1a comp-root
#slithy rz1g comp-user
#slithy rz3a comp-root
#slithy rz3g comp-user
#
## We don't run compression on the master host since it is going to be
## busy enough running amanda.
#master sd0a nocomp-root -1 local
#master sd0g nocomp-user -1 local
## note: -1 is a placeholder for the spindle number
## the holding disk can't be dumped to itself, it uses a disktype that
## specifies the "no-hold" option (see amanda.conf).
#master sd1c holding-disk -1 local
#
## The chairman's disk is high priority to make sure it gets done.
#bigwig	sd0a comp-root
#bigwig	sd0g comp-high
## Likewise the named databases in the root partition on our primary
## nameserver.  Also, compression is turned off because we don't want
## to create any unnecessary load on this baby (it's only a Sun3).
#bozo        sd0a nocomp-high
#bozo        sd0g nocomp-user
#bozo        sd4c nocomp-user
#
## Dump Joe's NetBSD machine, with the mounted MS-DOS partition dumped
## using tar.
#joespc  wd0a comp-root
#joespc  wd0e comp-user
#joespc	/msdos comp-user-tar
#
## Some really slow machines, like Sun2's and some Vaxstations, take
## forever to compress their dumps: it's just not worth it.
#
## A Sun2
#cleo     sd0a nocomp-root
#cleo     sd0g nocomp-user
## A VaxStation
#susie         rz8a nocomp-root
#susie         rz8g nocomp-user
#
## and so on ... well, you get the idea

localhost /etc comp-root-tar