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New xsibackup install
I added a new host
I tried to list the new host
xsibackup pro gui crashed
I tried to add the host again and I see that is already added.
Enabling port 22 out in the ESXi firewall...
There is already an RSA public key at /vmfs/volumes/datastore1/xsi-dir/xsibackup_id_rsa.pub. We will use the existing one.
Enter the remote server root password when prompted.
2018-11-26T18:08:16| Enter remote systems's password for user root, checking OS type...
The local RSA key has already been added to the authorized_keys file at 10.240.100.39:22.
There is no need to add it again, you should be able to connect with XSIBackup to 10.240.100.39:22 without any password.
Where did you try to list the host from?.
Please, be aware that the option "List servers linked to this host" lists servers which have been added to the current host, so you should be running that in the remote host, which probably does not have a full XSIBackup installation, should it be a subsidiary installation performed by the --host option, which just copies the files needed to perform a backup via cron.
We'll improve this part of the menu in next versions, it's a bit confusing.
on the host with the xsibackup pro installed
After starting XSI GUI
crash back to cli
Last edited by newmember (2018-11-27 19:40:05)
What do you mean by crash?
What we understand by crash is some awful incident in which everything stops working after a race condition.
Have you linked some remote server to the ESXi box where you run the List option.
If not, why do you expect the option to list anything?
"crash back to cli"
xsibackup application stopped
now I am back at the cli
Well, if you call "crash" to the program "exiting back to the command line", then we are not going to understand each other.
What you are describing so far seems to be normal behavior.