[BackupPC-users] smb scheduled backup fails, but manual works

2006-12-06 Thread Chris Purves
Hi, I have a problem where a scheduled smb backup does not run. The home page for that machine shows 'Pings to king-graham have failed 109 consecutive times.' However, I can ping the machine from the command line and I can manually start an incremental backup after which the home page shows

Re: [BackupPC-users] smb scheduled backup fails, but manual works

2006-12-07 Thread Chris Purves
Travis Fraser wrote: On Wed, 2006-12-06 at 17:11 -0700, Chris Purves wrote: I have a problem where a scheduled smb backup does not run. The home page for that machine shows 'Pings to king-graham have failed 109 consecutive times.' However, I can ping the machine from the command line

Re: [BackupPC-users] smb scheduled backup fails, but manual works

2006-12-07 Thread Chris Purves
Tristan Stahnke wrote: On 12/6/06, Chris Purves [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have a problem where a scheduled smb backup does not run. The home page for that machine shows 'Pings to king-graham have failed 109 consecutive times.' However, I can ping the machine from the command line and I

[BackupPC-users] rsyncd doesn't complete

2006-12-12 Thread Chris Purves
Hello, I am running backuppc 2.1.1 on debian. I have a rsync server running on a Windows XP machine (cwRsync). The two machines are connected via a VPN (L2TP over IPSEC). I can use rsync directly with no problems. The transfer takes about four minutes. But when backuppc runs, the transfer

Re: [BackupPC-users] rsyncd doesn't complete

2006-12-13 Thread Chris Purves
Craig Barratt wrote: Chris writes: I am running backuppc 2.1.1 on debian. I have a rsync server running on a Windows XP machine (cwRsync). The two machines are connected via a VPN (L2TP over IPSEC). I can use rsync directly with no problems. The transfer takes about four minutes.

[BackupPC-users] timeout with rsyncd

2009-07-23 Thread Chris Purves
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Re: [BackupPC-users] timeout with rsyncd

2009-07-23 Thread Chris Purves
On July 23, 2009 09:47:46 am Chris Purves wrote: Hello, I am having a problem on one of the shares for an rsyncd backup. Normally I back up four different rsyncd shares. Three go without problems, but the fourth gets a timeout error. Here is the error from the rsyncd log: 2009/07/22

Re: [BackupPC-users] timeout with rsyncd

2009-07-24 Thread Chris Purves
On July 23, 2009 03:39:08 pm Chris Purves wrote: On July 23, 2009 09:47:46 am Chris Purves wrote: Hello, I am having a problem on one of the shares for an rsyncd backup. Normally I back up four different rsyncd shares. Three go without problems, but the fourth gets a timeout error

[BackupPC-users] excludes for smb HOWTO

2010-09-22 Thread Chris Purves
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[BackupPC-users] copying the pool

2010-10-04 Thread Chris Purves
of what to do with the 'pool' directory. I thought it might be created automatically when the nightly cleanup runs, but three days later and still no 'pool' directory. Is this an oversight in the documentation or is the 'pool' directory not needed? I am using BackupPC 3.1.0. Thanks. -- Chris

Re: [BackupPC-users] copying the pool

2010-10-04 Thread Chris Purves
On 04/10/2010 2:20 PM, Robin Lee Powell wrote: On Mon, Oct 04, 2010 at 08:56:49AM -0400, Chris Purves wrote: I recently copied the pool to a new hard disk following the Copying the pool instructions from the main documentation. The documentation says to copy the 'cpool', 'log', and 'conf