vprotectuser/group must own the directories within the backup destination. vProtect expects an already mounted file system and mount point in the backup destination.
/etc/fstabfile on the node, so that it gets mounted automatically if the OS is rebooted.
/backupdestinationmount point becomes a subdirectory of the staging space (usually
/vprotect_data/backups(which you probably don't have to initialize at this point, as you may have already prepared it in the Staging space configuration, and you can just jump to the Web UI part in the next steps).
/etc/fstabfile to automatically mount new the filesystem after reboot:
/backupdestination- this path will be used to mount the prepared file system (XFS) on top of the VDO volume.
/vprotect_data/backups, where you point to a subdirectory (i.e.
backupson your staging space path, i.e.