2.2.3.20 CLUS_SHARED_VOLUME_BACKUP_MODE

The CLUS_SHARED_VOLUME_BACKUP_MODE structure supplies backup mode information about a cluster shared volume.

CLUS_SHARED_VOLUME_BACKUP_MODE is a custom-marshaled structure that has fields as follows.


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BackupState

DelayTimerInSecs

VolumeName (520 bytes)

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BackupState (4 bytes): A 32-bit integer that indicates the desired backup mode of the volume, as specified in 3.1.1.4. Possible values are as follows.

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Meaning

VolumeBackupInProgress

0x00000001

Instructs the server to transition the volume into backup mode.

VolumeBackupNone

0x00000000

Instructs the server to transition the volume out of backup mode.

DelayTimerInSecs (4 bytes): A 32-bit unsigned integer indicating the maximum time (in seconds) for the server to wait to detect that a backup has started on that volume.

VolumeName (520 bytes): A fixed-length buffer, 520 bytes long, which contains a null-terminated Unicode string that indicates the name of the volume. The server MUST accept either a friendly name described as szVolumeFriendlyName or a volume GUID name as szVolumeName (both as specified in section 2.2.3.18).

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