[Nssbackup-team] [Bug 599870] Re: Wont backup to d-link nas, mount problem

2010-07-02 Thread er...@hamburg
Crawling for an open bug in curlftpfs shows this, sounds similar. I
cannot test with lower package versions of curlftpfs, cause nssbackup
depends on a very new one.

http://bugs.archlinux.org/task/14753

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[Nssbackup-team] [Bug 599870] Re: Wont backup to d-link nas, mount problem

2010-07-02 Thread er...@hamburg
Rollback curlftpfs to ver 0.9.1, this requires some lib downgrades to
older versions. Then did a smaller backup for testing purposes on user
mode. Works well at a glance, i tested the archive on the d-link and all
files are included. The bug seems to be in curlftpfs 0.9.2 cause it lost
some older methods of acces. Take a look at this,there is a link to the
sourceforge changelog page.

http://www.backupcentral.com/phpBB2/two-way-mirrors-of-external-mailing-
lists-3/bacula-25/bacula-and-curlftpfs-0-9-2-does-not-work-
anymore-104250/

Hope this can be fixed?




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Re: [Nssbackup-team] [Question #116342]: tar takes a long time, 100% CPU, with no output

2010-07-02 Thread Anton Feenstra

On 01/07/10 12:49, B.J. Herbison wrote:

Question #116342 on NSsbackup changed:
https://answers.launchpad.net/nssbackup/+question/116342

B.J. Herbison gave more information on the question:
Additional information: The target device is a mounted network drive,
but it is available with over 1TB free. The backup created nine files in
the target directory so it is writable.  Nothing looks unusual in the
log file, the last line talks about invoking tar.


To answer your previous questions, yes in most systems you should expect 
the filesize to grow as tar produces its output. In some cases, however 
the filesize may not be updated, e.g. over nfs on some systems. Do you 
have direct access to the server on which your network drive resides? 
There, certainly, filesize must be up to date and thus should be growing.


Other ways to monitor tar is by 'top'; you should normally see 
alternating activity of tar (collecting and reading files) and gzip 
(compressing tar's output on the fly). In addition, your network monitor 
should register outgoing data. Finally, using 'iotop', you should be 
able to monitor disk io of the tar process reading files.


Collecting this information should give more clues about where the error 
originates. Could you report back to us with that?



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Re: [Nssbackup-team] [Question #116342]: tar takes a long time, 100% CPU, with no output

2010-07-02 Thread Anton
Question #116342 on NSsbackup changed:
https://answers.launchpad.net/nssbackup/+question/116342

Status: Open = Answered

Anton proposed the following answer:
On 01/07/10 12:49, B.J. Herbison wrote:
 Question #116342 on NSsbackup changed:
 https://answers.launchpad.net/nssbackup/+question/116342

 B.J. Herbison gave more information on the question:
 Additional information: The target device is a mounted network drive,
 but it is available with over 1TB free. The backup created nine files in
 the target directory so it is writable.  Nothing looks unusual in the
 log file, the last line talks about invoking tar.

To answer your previous questions, yes in most systems you should expect 
the filesize to grow as tar produces its output. In some cases, however 
the filesize may not be updated, e.g. over nfs on some systems. Do you 
have direct access to the server on which your network drive resides? 
There, certainly, filesize must be up to date and thus should be growing.

Other ways to monitor tar is by 'top'; you should normally see 
alternating activity of tar (collecting and reading files) and gzip 
(compressing tar's output on the fly). In addition, your network monitor 
should register outgoing data. Finally, using 'iotop', you should be 
able to monitor disk io of the tar process reading files.

Collecting this information should give more clues about where the error 
originates. Could you report back to us with that?


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Anton
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[Nssbackup-team] [Bug 599870] Re: Wont backup to d-link nas, mount problem

2010-07-02 Thread Jean-Peer Lorenz
** Changed in: nssbackup
   Status: Incomplete = In Progress

** Changed in: nssbackup
   Importance: Undecided = Medium

** Changed in: nssbackup
 Assignee: (unassigned) = Jean-Peer Lorenz (peer.loz)

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[Nssbackup-team] [Bug 330646] Re: No desktop notifications when running NSsbackup as superuser

2010-07-02 Thread Jean-Peer Lorenz
** Changed in: nssbackup
   Status: Triaged = Fix Released

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