[Box Backup] new disk -> error 1/9 Error accessing a file. Check permissions.

Andreas Schrafl boxbackup at fluffy.co.uk
Thu Dec 15 22:05:06 GMT 2005


Ben Summers wrote:
> 
> On 15 Dec 2005, at 21:43, Andreas Schrafl wrote:
> 
>> Hi
>>
>> I changed my server by putting the disk into a new machine (same 
>> network cards) and added a disk. now everything went well except box.
>>
>> I move to the files to the new disk with cp -R -p and changed 
>> raidfile.conf to the new path (I don't have a raid so 3 times the same 
>> path).
>> Now when I start box it runs but can't access the accounts.
>>
>> I get this in the log:
>>
>> bbstored[21972]: Starting daemon (config: /etc/box/bbstored.conf) 
>> (version 0.09)
>> bbstored/hk[30903]: Housekeeping process started
>> bbstored/hk[30903]: Starting housekeeping
>> bbstored/hk[30903]: while housekeeping account 000003E8, exception 
>> Common OSFileError (Error accessing a file. Check permissions.) (1/9) 
>> -- aborting housekeeping run for this account
>> bbstored/hk[30903]: while housekeeping account 000007D0, exception 
>> Common OSFileError (Error accessing a file. Check permissions.) (1/9) 
>> -- aborting housekeeping run for this account
>> bbstored/hk[30903]: while housekeeping account 00000BB8, exception 
>> Common OSFileError (Error accessing a file. Check permissions.) (1/9) 
>> -- aborting housekeeping run for this account
>> bbstored/hk[30903]: while housekeeping account 00000FA0, exception 
>> Common OSFileError (Error accessing a file. Check permissions.) (1/9) 
>> -- aborting housekeeping run for this account
>> bbstored/hk[30903]: Finished housekeeping
>>
>> So I checked the config files and the data files and all have 
>> permission for _bbstored (since I copied it with -p).
>>
>> Now I know I should have tested everything with just the new disk or 
>> just the new computer but I made both and if I undo the disk change 
>> (change back the raidfile.conf) I get exactly the same error.
>>
>> Could it be something with the encryption?
> 
> Only relevant for the client.
> 
>> I thougt I didn't change anything there since I just took out the disk 
>> of one machine and pluged it into the other (you can do this with 
>> OpenBSD).
> 
> No reason this shouldn't work.
> 
> Can you post your raidfile.conf, bbstored.conf, and an ls -la of the 
> directory the raidfile.conf points to?
> 
here are the requested things:

more /etc/box/raidfile.conf

disc0
{
         SetNumber = 0
         BlockSize = 2048
         Dir0 = /backup/bbstore
         Dir1 = /backup/bbstore
         Dir2 = /backup/bbstore
}

more /etc/box/bbstored.conf

RaidFileConf = /etc/box/raidfile.conf
AccountDatabase = /etc/box/bbstored/accounts.txt

# Uncomment this line to see exactly what commands are being received 
from clients.
ExtendedLogging = yes

# scan all accounts for files which need deleting every 15 minutes.

TimeBetweenHousekeeping = 900

Server
{
         PidFile = /var/run/bbstored.pid
         User = _bbstored
         ListenAddresses = inet:IPMASKED
         CertificateFile = /etc/box/bbstored/DOMAINNAME-cert.pem
         PrivateKeyFile = /etc/box/bbstored/DOMAINNAME-key.pem
         TrustedCAsFile = /etc/box/bbstored/clientCA.pem
}

ls -la /backup/bbstore/
total 60
drwxr-xr-x    6 _bbstored  wheel   512 Dec 15 21:48 .
drwxr-xr-x    4 root       wheel   512 Dec 15 21:14 ..
drwxr-xr-x  258 _bbstored  wheel  6656 Dec 15 21:09 000003e8
drwxr-xr-x  258 _bbstored  wheel  3584 Dec 15 21:09 000007d0
drwxr-xr-x  239 _bbstored  wheel  7168 Dec 15 21:09 00000bb8
drwxr-xr-x  102 _bbstored  wheel  5632 Dec 15 21:09 00000fa0




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