On 09.04.2018 17:56, Jari Fredriksson wrote:



Johannsen, Thorsten <thorsten-johann...@gmx.net> kirjoitti 5.4.2018 kello 14.35:

On 05.04.2018 00:01, Jari Fredriksson wrote:

Hi Jari,


[...]
One of the Raspi's (heRPI01) is being backed up without any problems. The other 
one (heRPI02), however, refused to make
backups after a first and successful backup:


I have 5 Raspis, all backed up with Bacula, all having accurate to set. One of 
them is the ”backbone” having a 4 TB external HD with tons of files.

No problems so far…

br. jarif


Do you have Raspbian installed? Do you use the bacula-fd version from the 
repository or did you compile your own?


Yes, I have the latest Raspbian. I have 9.0.4 on one of them and 7.4.4 on the 
others.   I have absolutely no idea how I have got them, as I do not see 
anything in /usr/local/src or my home. I pretty definitely compiled the 9.0.4 
from source as I have full stack of the latest at point  on that Raspi, but now 
moved them to an lxc container on my Proliant.

[...]

ok, I have the "stock" 7.4.4 also on both of my Raspberrys, so it does not relate to the version either:

heRPI02:/boot# dpkg -la |grep bacula
ii bacula-client 7.4.4+dfsg-6 all network backup service - client metapackage ii bacula-common 7.4.4+dfsg-6 armhf network backup service - common support files ii bacula-console 7.4.4+dfsg-6 armhf network backup service - text console ii bacula-fd 7.4.4+dfsg-6 armhf network backup service - file daemon


Very strange :-/


anyway, thanks for your input!


regards,
Thorsten

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