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auto backup failing....
Yesterday, 02:04 AM
Post: #1
auto backup failing....
Since the update to stretch I no longer get auto snap image backup to the server. Angry

Checked fstab and /etc/default/xbian-snap and that's all as it was too...I also tried to see if the mount was working and this confuses me a bit..... Huh

Terminal

xbian@cinema2 ~ $ cd /mnt
xbian@cinema2 /mnt $ ls
325 540
xbian@cinema2 /mnt $ cd /mnt/540
-bash: cd: /mnt/540: No such file or directory

It has affected all xbian pi2 'stretch' builds, but the pi1 'jessie' seems to be working as expected... Huh

Why is it always me? Confused
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Today, 12:50 AM
Post: #2
RE: auto backup failing....
XBian converts network mounts in fstab (nfs and cifs) automagically into autofs mounts.

So, problably autofs service has been died. You could restart autofs and see if you can access your mount folders

Code:
sudo restart autofs
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Today, 01:02 AM
Post: #3
RE: auto backup failing....
Ah, hold on Exclamation which kernel version are you running?

4.9.x or 4.14.x

If you're running 4.14 from staging repo, you probably have Samba issue, since starting with kernel 4.13 the kernel guys has been changed default smb protocol from NT1 aka SMB1 to SMB3 Angry
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Today, 01:10 AM
Post: #4
RE: auto backup failing....
Thanks Smile

I'm using kernel 4.14.14 - So I guess that is causing this to happen? I checked the SD/USB devices and anacron is making backups to there as it should, just not to the cifs mounts anymore..... Sad

At least this time it isn't me going mad! Tongue
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