[Box Backup] Boxi + bbackup problem

Ben Summers boxbackup at fluffy.co.uk
Mon Oct 2 09:23:20 BST 2006


mnt_b4a67f6b should be within the DataDirectory:

   DataDirectory =3D C:\Documents and Settings\Simon\Skrivbord\Kopia av =20=

boxi\var

but it's not.=10.. I suspect that might be a clue to fixing this. =20
bbackupquery doesn't use this file, as it's for bbackupd to record =20
inode numbers for write operations only.

Ben



On 29 Sep 2006, at 15:34, Simon Lundstr=F6m wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I've been talking with Chris Wilson on the mail and he suggested =20
> that I should write here instead, because my problem was no longer =20
> an boxi problem.
>
> I am using Boxi an svn snapshot from 0925 which Chris send me on =20
> Windows XP SP2 with an server on OpenBSD 3.9-release using =20
> boxbackup 0.10 on VMware Player (they are on the same machine, an =20
> laptop with 1GB RAM, 512MB allocated to OpenBSD)
>
> I searched the mailinglist for error 123 and I come up with some =20
> hits about an invalid name. But as you can see in my config, my =20
> backup-path is not what bbackupd is claiming it is.
>
> I've tried with bbackupquery and it works.
>
> When I ran make test when installing box backup I got some errors, =20
> don't know if these are relevant but here they are:
>
> storebackupfix: FAILED: 2 test failed
> (complete info, if requested)
>
> This is the output I get from bbackupd (the boxi cmd.exe window):
>
> Opening connection to server boxbackup.local...
> Send Version(0x1)
> Receive Version(0x1)
> Send Login(0x1,0x0)
> Receive LoginConfirmed(0x41e6ec3611d00,0x1d,0x200000,0x233200)
> Connection made, login successful
> Send ListDirectory(0x1,0x2,0xc,false)
> Receive Success(0x1)
> Receiving stream, size 144
> Send CreateDirectory(0x1,0x41df393c0ff00,"3c940")
> Sending stream, size 49
> Receive Success(0x18)
> Failed to open '\mnt_b4a67f6b': error 123
> Send SetClientStoreMarker(0x41e6eea3dd800)
> Receive Success(0x41e6eea3dd800)
> Send Finished()
> Receive Finished()
>
> My bbackupd.conf is:
>
> # This Box Backup configuration file was written by Boxi
> # This file is automatically generated. Do not edit by hand!
>
> StoreHostname =3D boxbackup.local
> AccountNumber =3D 0x1
> KeysFile =3D C:\Documents and Settings\Simon\Skrivbord\Kopia av boxi=20=

> \bbackupd\1-FileEncKeys.raw
> CertificateFile =3D C:\Documents and Settings\Simon\Skrivbord\Kopia =20=

> av boxi\bbackupd\1-cert.pem
> PrivateKeyFile =3D C:\Documents and Settings\Simon\Skrivbord\Kopia av =20=

> boxi\bbackupd\1-key.pem
> TrustedCAsFile =3D C:\Documents and Settings\Simon\Skrivbord\Kopia av =20=

> boxi\bbackupd\serverCA.pem
> DataDirectory =3D C:\Documents and Settings\Simon\Skrivbord\Kopia av =20=

> boxi\var
> CommandSocket =3D C:\Documents and Settings\Simon\Skrivbord\Kopia av =20=

> boxi\var\bbackupd.sock
> UpdateStoreInterval =3D 3600
> MinimumFileAge =3D 21600
> MaxUploadWait =3D 86400
> FileTrackingSizeThreshold =3D 65535
> DiffingUploadSizeThreshold =3D 8192
> MaximumDiffingTime =3D 20
> MaxFileTimeInFuture =3D 0
> ExtendedLogging =3D yes
> AutomaticBackup =3D no
> Server
> {
> 	PidFile =3D C:\Documents and Settings\Simon\Skrivbord\Kopia av =
boxi=20
> \var\bbackupd.pid
> }
> BackupLocations
> {
> 	backup
> 	{
> 		Path =3D C:\backup
> 	}
> }
>
>
> - Simon Lundstr=F6m
> --=20
> "Another important factor is the level of competence among =20
> administrators.
> Most of those who call themselves UNIX admins are in complete =20
> control of ports,
> permissions, memorystacks and other vital components in the =20
> installation.
> Unfortunately, most Windows admins don't even know what these terms =20=

> mean."
> - Kaja Narum, VP Trend Micro Sweden
>
> P.S. If this message turns up twice, I'm sorry. I mailed it before =20
> I got the "OK, you're on the mailing list" from mailman. D.S




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