Gavino Posted August 10, 2021 Share Posted August 10, 2021 I have a fresh install of Ubuntu Server 18.04 with nothing but the following done to it before installing Nakivo "NAKIVO_Backup_Replication_v10.4.0.56979_Installer-TRIAL.sh" sudo apt update sudo apt install nfs-common sudo apt install cifs-utils sudo apt install open-iscsi sudo apt install ntfs-3g I installed Nakivo with flags " --eula-accept -f -C" since I am using NFS instead of onboard repository. You can see in 10.4 that multiple fields are missing. Where is the data storage policy ("Forever incremental" etc)? Where is the deduplication option? I don't want compression in Nakivo as my TrueNAS storage does LZ4 compression already. Even though Data Size Reduction is set to Disabled, it's still telling me that fast compression is set (even though I toggled that to Disabled, before setting Data Size Reduction to Disabled). If I experiment and turn the Data Size Reduction" to Enabled, I am then able to change compression to Disabled and have that stick, but still - deduplication remains off, and that matters greatly to me. Still no idea what my data storage policy is. I uninstalled 10.4 and installed 10.3 on the same box, and that is behaving correctly. Compare the screenshots. 10.4 is a hot mess for NFS right now and I simply cannot use it. You broke login wallpapers in 10.3, which was annoying, but this is simply horrible. Where are your testing procedures? Support bundle from 10.4 has been sent. I am running 10.3 now so you'll have to replicate in your lab, which should be easy to do. 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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