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  1. sussox

    8.2 / backup to Linux

    Dunno about cpanel, i installed netatalk with apt-get on my Ubuntu 8.04 LTS servers.. Then configure a share on the linuxbox and connect from retrospect.
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    8.2 / backup to Linux

    I am backing to 2 linux-servers via netatalk and AFP. Works quite well with a few quirks.
  3. I meant that it would have been nice if the whole command-line startup procedure was documented in the Retrospect Usermanual.
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    24 Hour time?

    Hrm, first i thought it was like that and tried to change the time on the server to 24h, i also restarted the retrospect service but the time did not change. Is a reboot required or what?
  5. This should have been in the user manual
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    24 Hour time?

    Is there or will there be a way to get time shown in 24h format in Retrospect? When scheduling, displaying logs etc etc..
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    Collection of useful rules

    Ok, i can now confirm that the backup ran normally without the line above. SO, an empty rule Excludes ALL files. Interesting. How do i report this bug?
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    Cant remove mediaset member

    AH, ok. Is there a way to move the member offline and then continue running backup as before without having to do a snapshot of the source again? Just continue to copy changes and new versions/new files.. (All the files in the snapshot is already in the offline backup)
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    Cant remove mediaset member

    But what happens to the catalog if i remove the member-1 folder (disk media set) from the disk? Wount it get damaged and "out of sync" ? My thought is to use a copy-backup script to first move all backup in member-1 to offline storage. Then remove member-1 from the server to gain space and continue running backup without doing a recycle.
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    Media request question

    As it is a NAS (ReadyNAS 1100) There is no disk utility. It is managed via the web and the volumes are mounted with afp or smb. I tried with a second ReadyNAS now, and get the same problem. *Create mediaset *Add member (430 GB free) *Delete 80GB of other data from the NAS via the finder. (517 GB free in Finder) *Create new mediaset in Retrospect *Add member (still only 430 GB free) Finder shows 517 GB free. The NAS is formatted ext3 default.
  11. Almost all of my mediaset members (disk) have the "-" sign grayed out. Seems like only empty mediaset members can be removed. How can i remove sets that contain data? I tried to uncheck the set which member i wanted to remove in the script that was using it but nothing changed.
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    Media request question

    Same, only 766,6 is shown as free.
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    Media request question

    I followed EXACTLY those steps, and did so ~10 times to be certain, with diffrent names of the sets and such. But when the set is created (see previous screen shot http://forums.dantz.com/fbbuploads/1269590372-Picture_12.png) there is about 700GB free space missing, even though i typed 100% as size. Retrospect don't see that free space, as i said earlier. UNTIL i remove and re-added the NAS. When i navigate the NAS in the Finder, there is 1385GB free, not only 766 (as in the screen shot)
  14. A couple of times there have been backupjobs "completed successful" that still stays as "Running activities", this keeps other jobs from executing in time, is this a know bug or is there anything i can do to keep this from happening?
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    Media request question

    So, what is the correct way to get it to show free space? Even if I deleted the entire set and tried to make a new one it didn't update the free space. (This was being done with the NAS totally empty of other files)
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