ZFS send incremental to remote system

Added by Levi McCormick over 3 years ago

I have two Nexenta CE systems. Last night, I sent a full snapshot from one system to another using:

zfs send tank/share/vm@backup | ssh 192.168.253.10 zfs recv backpool/share/vm@backup

Worked like a charm. Now I'm trying to send an incremental backup, using:

zfs send -i tank/share/vm@backup tank/share/vm@AutoN-2011-11-21 | ssh 192.168.253.10 zfs recv -dvu backpool/share/vm

which gives me an error:

receiving incremental stream of tank/share/vm@AutoN-2011-11-21 into backpool/share/vm@AutoN-2011-11-21 cannot receive incremental stream: dataset does not exist

Under suggestion, I tried:

zfs send -i tank/share/vm@backup tank/share/vm@AutoN-2011-11-21 | ssh 192.168.253.10 zfs recv -v backpool/share/vm@backup

Which produces:

receiving incremental stream of tank/share/vm@AutoN-2011-11-21 into backpool/share/vm@backup cannot receive incremental stream: dataset does not exist

Both systems are set to dedup and compress. ZFS version 26. What am I doing wrong?


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