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Starting omniback backup from command line.

Starting omniback backup from command line.

Starting omniback backup from command line.

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I use Tivoli's Maestro to start my omniback full backups. How do you get differential backups to run this way. The Maestro job simply executes the following as a command line:
/opt/omni/bin/omnib -datalist host-daily

Is there an option tag that I can append to the end of the command so that I can make it an differential? I don't need anything complicated, just to backup the changed files from when the last protected full was performed.

Omniback version 3.0
Thanks

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