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I just upgraded my xsibackup-pro to 9.1.5. Since then, the backup process cannot complete, no email receive anymore. I cannot find any procedure to upgrade to 9.1.5. Is there any special things to change ?
this is my command line in cron to backup my VM :
"/vmfs/volumes/Datastore01/xsi-dir/xsibackup" backupid=01 --time="Mon 01:00|Tue 01:00|Wed 01:00|Thu 01:00|Fri 01:00" --backup-prog=onediff --backup-point="x.x.x.x:22:/vmfs/volumes/datastore1/" --backup-type=custom --backup-vms="VM01,VM02,VM0x" --email@example.com --smtp-auth=none --img-list="none;|none;|none;|none;|none;|none" --snapshot=excludememory,dontquiesce
Some of the errors I have in the xsibackup-cron.log
[VM01] info: transfering snapshot file [VM01_1-000002-delta.vmdk] sending incremental file list VM01_1-000002-delta.vmdk ^M 32,768 0% 0.00kB/s 0:00:00 ^M 17,072,128 7% 16.23MB/s 0:00:13 ^M 33,914,880 14% 16.14MB/s 0:00:12 ^M 50,987,008 21% 16.19MB/s /vmfs/volumes/Datastore01/xsi-dir/xsibackup: line 3: 5: Bad file descriptor 2017-04-25T02:06:46| [VM01] info: deleting snapshot at VM01_XSIBAK] Id 12... Remove all snapshots failed 2017-04-25T02:06:48| [VM01 info: all snapshots removed 2017-04-25T02:07:27| Preexisting path: /vmfs/volumes/datastore1/VMxx 2017-04-25T02:07:27| Current backup path: /vmfs/volumes/datastore1//VMxx 2017-04-25T02:07:27| ^[[0;91mALERT: whatch out!, there already exists a VMxx_XSIBAK at /vmfs/volumes/datastore1/VMxx^[[0m 2017-04-25T02:07:27| ^[[0;91mYou are trying to make a OneDiff backup to a different path (/vmfs/volumes/datastore1//VMxx), that won't work^[[0m 2017-04-25T02:07:27| ^[[0;91mWe'll let this roll in sake of chain continuity, but you must fix this wrong situation ASAP^[[0m
Should I remove all backup point and restart from scratch ?
Thanks for help,
First remove this
XSIBACKUP-PRO 9.1.5 excludes memory by default now, and the quiescing possibility should be also autodetected, you can still add the option dontquiesce manually anyway.
You have a double slash here
Remove the slash from the end of the backup path.
You need to reinitialize the OneDiff chain, as the current snapshot was not integrated to the mirror VM.
Last edited by Daniel (2017-04-25 08:59:57)
Thanks for your answer. What about reinitialize the OneDiff chain ? How can I do that ?
Start from scratch by removing the mirrored virtual machine. XSIBACKUP-PRO will detect this condition, but removing is the best way to make sure. Although we have improved upgrade side effects, an ESXi reboot is still needed after an XSIBackup upgrade.
/vmfs/volumes/Datastore01/xsi-dir/xsibackup: line 3: 5: Bad file descriptor
The above message indicates a crashed shell environment. Best way to recover is a simple reboot of the ESXi host.
Last edited by Daniel (2017-04-25 10:58:22)
OK, copy that, I will reboot my ESXi servers and remove the mirrored virtual machine.
Thanks Daniel !