Greetings to all,
I'm trying to set up an automated system wherein snapshots of the file
system are taken prior to a backup run. The problem I'm running into
can best be described by the following bug report:
I get this same problem completely at random, and thus is most likely
caused by the busy file system, I just don't have anything in place to
prove it as the bug submitter does.
Has this bug ever been *really* fixed? The bug report seems to try to
call it fixed. I even contacted the bug reporter about this and he
admitted that the bug had never been fixed, but that he'd moved on and
never found a way around this.
If the bug has never been fixed, has someone developed a work around?
My primary goal is to make sure that I have a good backup of the
databases running on our servers when we run a backup with Bacula. If
there is a method other than snapshots to make absolutely sure that my
databases are backed up correctly, I would consider that as well.
Please help. My backup system is running perfectly except for this
nagging sensation that my databases aren't being backed up correctly.
Any assistance is appreciated.
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