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Re: cross-platform backup tool Traceback of failed backup

From: Robert Nichols
Subject: Re: cross-platform backup tool Traceback of failed backup
Date: Sun, 30 Oct 2022 08:44:30 -0500
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OK, I'll do that. Unfortunately, the problem is not 100% repeatable. After 
reverting the archive to the previous state (it had verified OK prior to this 
failing session), a re-run of this same backup completed successfully. This 
isn't the first time I've encountered this error, and it seems I'll have to 
wait for the next Fedora kernel update to see if it happens again.

Bob Nichols     "NOSPAM" is really part of my email address.
                Do NOT delete it.

On 10/30/22 3:11 AM, EricZolf wrote:
Hi Robert,

could be a regression indeed. Do you mind creating an issue with the exact call 
you used?

Thanks, Eric

PS: Fedora, good distro choice :-)

On 29/10/2022 17:28, Robert Nichols wrote:
Can someone please make sense of this traceback from a rdiff-backup 2.0.5 
client backing up to a rdiff-backup 2.1.3b3 server.

The directory /usr/lib/modules/5.19.12-200.fc36.x86_64/extra is deleted since 
the previous backup. The entire /usr/lib/modules/5.19.12-200.fc36.x86_64 
subtree was deleted by the most recent kernel update. It exists and verifies OK 
in the previous backup.

Warning: Local version 2.0.5 does not match remote version 2.1.3b3.
Exception 'Either diff '<RORPath/140364064494144:
     Index=('usr', 'lib', 'modules', '5.19.12-200.fc36.x86_64', 'extra')
     Data={'type': None, 'filetype': 'snapshot'}>' or base 
     Index=('usr', 'lib', 'modules', '5.19.12-200.fc36.x86_64', 'extra')
     Data={'type': None}>' must be a directory' raised of class '<class 

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