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Re: [rdiff-backup-users] Exception 'Path: C:/.ssh, just after start of r
Re: [rdiff-backup-users] Exception 'Path: C:/.ssh, just after start of rdiff
Mon, 14 Dec 2015 12:21:52 +0100
You were right Dominic, maybe not exactly as you thought. In fact, just
switching to the cygwin version solved the issue.
So : I removed rdiff exe directory, uninstalled win32-openssh, installed
cygwin, in it installed and configured openssh
and installed rdiff-backup
And go !
Le Jeudi 10 Décembre 2015 23:23 CET, Dominic Raferd <address@hidden> a écrit:
> I am not a python coder sadly, but the fault appears to be generated by
> this line in fs_abilities.py:
> assert letter_rp.lstat(), letter_rp
> I would suggest commenting out this line, as it is just an error test, and
> in this case it may be a 'false positive', but of course this is not so
> easy for you because you are running rdiff-backup.exe under windows. Are
> you able to install Cygwin and its rdiff-backup? Then you should be able to
> edit fs_abilities.py and run rdiff-backup from cygwin prompt and see if
> this helps.
> On 10 December 2015 at 20:24, Frank Soyer <address@hidden> wrote:
> > Hi list,
> > I've exactly the same problem as Heri Bender :
> > https://lists.nongnu.org/archive/html/rdiff-backup-users/2015-03/msg00000.html
> > .
> > This append between a backup server (which initiates the rdiff-backup
> > command) to a windows 8 client. In fact, I found that this ".ssh" isn't at
> > root level, but in the user home directory. This is the .ssh traditional
> > directory used by openssh (installed on the windows side) for
> > authenticating with keys (the authorized_keys file). So I can't remove it.
> > I'm sure about that because I've create in this home dir a ".aaaa"
> > directory, listed before .ssh, and know rdiff-backup complains on .aaaa.
> > So. here is the command :
> > rdiff-backup -v5 --force --create-full-path --no-acls --print-statistics
> > --include "c:/datas" --exclude "c:/**" --remote-schema "ssh -p 22 %s
> > rdiff-backup --server" address@hidden::c:/ /mnt/backup
> > I've tried absolutly all combinations of syntax for the --include and
> > "windows_client::c:/" (including escape char, like c:\/, c:\\/, and so on)
> > with no luke.
> > On the backup server (Debian 5.0.8) this is a 1.2.5 version of rdiff
> > (can't upgrade this server for now), on the windows this is a 1.2.8.
> > Now, backuping a subdir (address@hidden::c:/datas) works fine. But I
> > have more than one directory to backup, with this solution there are not in
> > the same backup folder, with a unique rdiff-backup-data. You see ? Not what
> > I want.
> > Thank you for all suggestions !
> > Frank
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