· T310.stuuddddii.it: 2022-11-29T20:16:33 | Error code 1782 at file common.c, line 1782 | Error description: error running command: R=\"\$( (\"/home/root/.xsi/bin/xsibackup\" --clean-osnapshots \"/srv/dev-disk-by-label-DataVol1/BACKUPVM/DC/T310.stuuddddii.it/T310.stuuddddii.it.vmsd\") 2>&1 )\"
· echo -n \$?\"
this error is repeated for all vm's.
Can you help me?
Not enough info to give you an answer. We do not know the (c)ESXi version, the (c)XSIBackup version, the backup job nor the output (apart from the error itself).
Hello, thk for reply.
VMware ESXi 6.7.0 build-14320388
XSIBackup-Free 126.96.36.199 (I downloaded the latest dc version available from your site but this one comes out)
License: unlicensed trial version (I'm using a properly licensed DC version but strangely this is coming up)
Session Id: 55928256745432128
ESXi #1 SMP Release build-14320388 Aux86_64
--subject="BCK STUDYDATA PRODUZIONE VM RUNNING" \
>> /scratch/XSI/XSIBackup-DC/var/log/xsibackup.log 2>&1
Last edited by AlessioCalvio (2022-12-01 16:16:38)
Hi need another info?
To be able to help you we need the full job and the full output for the job. We'll try to offer you as much feedback as we can with what we have. We still don't know what the remote OS and FS is, per instance.
You have some conceptual errors in your job, you should first of all remove those errors:
--block-size="50M": is useless in your job, as it's a replica. You can't set the block size in case of replicas.
--compression="yes": you don't need to set --compression in case of replicas, it is useless.
After having removed the spurious arguments, reduce the number of VMs to backup and run some job like this from the command line, adding the --debug-print argument at the end:
./xsibackup --replica "VMs(T310.studydata.it,DTP-ASP.studydata.it)" "email@example.com:22:/srv/dev-disk-by-label-DataVol1/BACKUPVM/DC" --mail-to="firstname.lastname@example.org" --use-smtp="1"
This will allow you to find out if the error is caused by some of the used arguments or by some VM.
Please, paste the full output.