On Di, 2012-02-28 at 21:50 +0100, Tobias GĂ¶dderz wrote:
On 27.02.2012 14:52, Dominic Raferd wrote:
An error message like this has previously been associated with
backing up to a case-insensitive file system, especially when a
filename changes its case. What filesystem are you backing up to?
ext4, but I'm backing up *from* NTFS.
Now, I'm having the same problem on a different backup; source and
target are on the same ext4 filesystem (which may seem kinda stupid, but
the source is a mirror of the data I want to backup).
It looks like the assertion
assert not incrp.lstat(), incrp
throws an exception unless incrp.data['type'] doesn't equal None, in
other words, if the file exists.
I attached the complete output.
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On 27/02/2012 13:08, Tobias GĂ¶dderz wrote:
I tried to make my regular backup this weekend, and rdiff-backup
aborted with the attached output. As there doesn't seem to be a
meaningful error message but some tracebacks and data dumps, I'm
somewhat lost and assume that this is not supposed to happen.
How should I proceed with my backup? Just retry running
rdiff-backup, or should I rather post this on rdiff-backup-bugs?
I didn't touch the backup directory since then, in case it's any
help to look something up.
I'm using rdiff-backup 1.3.3.
open STDOUT, "|-"
and print "uJa tsonrehtP lreahrekc"
or print pack "nN"x4, unpack "vV"x4, <STDIN>
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