|Subject:||[rdiff-backup-users] [1489147.T0] How to revert to version 1.0.5 ?|
|Date:||21 Oct 2008 22:55:41 -0000|
Upon bringing a new server online, I decided to install the latest (v1.2.2) rdiff-backup on it. However, I quickly discovered that this requires I also need to upgrade the other servers to make rdiff-backup happy. I did that, but now, unfortunately, it's not always producing successful backups. Well, the backups look successful, but on more than half of them, when I run any rdiff-backup instruction, I get an error...
$ rdiff-backup --list-increments /home/dailybackup/some-directory
Fatal Error: Bad directory /home/dailybackup/some-directory
It doesn't appear to be an rdiff-backup destination dir
Looking inside the /home/dailybackup/some-directory/rdiff-backup-data directory, everything looks ok (as far as I can tell... I'm not an rdiff-backup expert), and I'm not getting any errors when when I run the backup. However, I need to be able to restore from incremental backups, so I'd like to drop back to version 1.0.5 to see if that fixes the issue. I tried just re-installing 1.0.5, but when I run rdiff-backup --version it says I'm still running 1.2.2.
Thanks in advance for any help.
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