actually no, I did my mount at /var/lib/backuppc/pc

as far as the file systems go, I am running ext3 on my debian box, and after some poking around in the snap server, it seems it is running on XFS...

Les Mikesell wrote:
On Wed, 2005-06-29 at 13:56, Jason DeWitt wrote:
  
I am using backuppc to take remote backups of my servers and desktops 
here at work. I have one debian machine that controls and stores the 
backups, I also have a Snap Appliance 440 with 1TB of storage, I would 
like to store the backups on this server. I cannot run backuppc directly 
on the Snap Server, so I was thinking I would use the current debian box 
to control the backup process, and just save the files to an NFS mount 
off my NAS. I have this set up, but I am running into a problem. The 
backup process runs fine, but no files are copied, only the directories 
are created. In my error log for the test host, I see lines like this:

Can't link /var/lib/backuppc/pc/swordfish/new/fC/fbackup/attrib to /var/lib/backuppc/cpool/2/2/2/22297ba17667243067f786e3f2e2d56c
    

Hard links are supposed to work over NFS as long as the source and
destination are on the same filesystem.  Do you have a single mount
point at /var/lib/backuppc?