[Box Backup] SV: boxbackup digest, Vol 1 #432 - 2 msgs
boxbackup at fluffy.co.uk
Wed Nov 9 15:22:51 GMT 2005
On 9 Nov 2005, at 13:25, Micael Roxenhall wrote:
> Message: 2
> From: Ben Summers <ben at fluffy.co.uk>
> Subject: Re: [Box Backup] SV: boxbackup digest, Vol 1 #431 - 5 msgs
> Date: Tue, 8 Nov 2005 21:12:02 +0000
> To: boxbackup at fluffy.co.uk
> Reply-To: boxbackup at fluffy.co.uk
> On 8 Nov 2005, at 16:29, Micael Roxenhall wrote:
>> Micael>Now that working (strange? I tried all options I think :-))
>> Micael>But I still get Error when I running "make Test" as follow:
>> Micael>backupstore:FAILED:3tests failed
>> Micael>backupstorefix:FAILED:Exception caught: backupstore
>> Micael>backupstorepatch:FAILED:2tests failed
>> Micael>bbackupd:FAILED:2 tests faild
>> Micael>What's more can be wrong?
>> You may wish to tell us a bit more about which platform you're
>> running it on. But try again, and see what the result it. It may be
>> that there's a timing issue.
> I'm using OpenBSD 3.7 and with i386 Intel Pentium and no raid (0.0).
>>> Insert my usual comments about tests being a compromise between
>>> running quickly and always working by having longer pauses to take
>>> account that it's a lazy daemon which does stuff in it's own sweet
> I tried many times and same results.
> But if I tried with ./runtest.pl bbackupd release or with ./runtest.pl
> common debug, working fine with no errors!
Sounds like it's a timing issue then.
> How can I see if Boxbackup running? In ps list (pid-list)?
> When I start boxbackup there is only one line there it tells me
> boxbackup end version aso, on screen and nothing more, is this normal?
Yes. Both client and server daemonise.
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