Opened 4 years ago

Last modified 18 months ago

#714 assigned defect

Cannot restore iso created with v3.0.4 mondorescue on RHEL5u6

Reported by: foafltd Owned by: bruno
Priority: high Milestone: 3.0.5
Component: mondo Version: 3.0.4
Severity: critical Keywords: grub error 15, restore, trap, sparse, star
Cc:

Description

Hi,

I have been have recently installed v3.0.4 on RHEL5u6. I have upgraded from v2.2.9.5 due to problems occuring when backing up large sparse files and it using v3.0.4.

I have a major problem with the restore.

  1. At the end of the restore I have the message ' No tarballs. Strange. Maybe you only backed up freakin' big files?'.
  2. exit does not work. It complains about the trap command.
  3. When I try to reboot grub is corrupted. I get error 15.

The command I used to create the archive was /usr/sbin/mondoarchive -OVi -R -N -d /opt -S /opt/backups -T /opt/backups -E "/opt|/opt/backups" -s 16384mb -G -p mondo3.0.4-bkup

Can anybody help me please. I have included the logs and error

Attachments (3)

mondoarchive-3.0.4.log (635.7 KB) - added by foafltd 4 years ago.
mondorestore-3.0.4.log (113.1 KB) - added by foafltd 4 years ago.
grub error.PNG (19.4 KB) - added by foafltd 4 years ago.

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Change History (7)

Changed 4 years ago by foafltd

Changed 4 years ago by foafltd

Changed 4 years ago by foafltd

comment:1 Changed 4 years ago by bruno

Could you verify that you media is indeed correct ? It seems that mondorestore was unable to access files under the archives subdir on the media at restore time.

        [Main] libmondo-devices.c->mount_media#1466: Mounted media drive OK
1880	Restoring OS and data from CD/USB   
1881	Restoring from archives
1882	        [Main] mondorestore.c->restore_all_tarballs_from_CD#2241: Insisting on 1st media, so that I can have a look at LAST-FILELIST-NUMBER
1883	[Main] libmondo-devices.c->is_this_device_mounted#1140: Is /mnt/cdrom mounted?
1884	Restoring from CDR #1
1885	[Main] libmondo-devices.c->is_this_device_mounted#1140: Is /mnt/cdrom mounted?
1886	No tarballs. Strange. Maybe you only backed up freakin' big files?
1887	Reassembling large files     
1888	[Main] mondorestore.c->restore_all_biggiefiles_from_CD#2102: OK, no biggielist; not restoring biggiefiles

Mount your media from a Linux system and check you can read the files under the archives subdir and that they indeed contain content corresponding to what you expect.

comment:2 follow-up: Changed 4 years ago by foafltd

I was able to access the archives subdir and it had the following content.

ls -1 archives/ 0.star.gz 10.star.gz 11.star.gz 12.star.gz 13.star.gz 14.star.gz 15.star.gz 16.star.gz 17.star.gz 18.star.gz 19.star.gz 1.star.gz 20.star.gz 21.star.gz 22.star.gz 23.star.gz 24.star.gz 25.star.gz 26.star.gz 27.star.gz 28.star.gz 29.star.gz 2.star.gz 30.star.gz 31.star.gz 32.star.gz 33.star.gz 34.star.gz 35.star.gz 36.star.gz 37.star.gz 38.star.gz 39.star.gz 3.star.gz 40.star.gz 41.star.gz 42.star.gz 43.star.gz 44.star.gz 45.star.gz 46.star.gz 47.star.gz 48.star.gz 49.star.gz 4.star.gz 50.star.gz 51.star.gz 52.star.gz 53.star.gz 54.star.gz 55.star.gz 56.star.gz 57.star.gz 58.star.gz 59.star.gz 5.star.gz 60.star.gz 61.star.gz 62.star.gz 63.star.gz 64.star.gz 65.star.gz 66.star.gz 67.star.gz 68.star.gz 69.star.gz 6.star.gz 70.star.gz 71.star.gz 72.star.gz 73.star.gz 74.star.gz 75.star.gz 76.star.gz 77.star.gz 78.star.gz 79.star.gz 7.star.gz 80.star.gz 8.star.gz 9.star.gz biggielist.txt filelist.0 filelist.1 filelist.10 filelist.11 filelist.12 filelist.13 filelist.14 filelist.15 filelist.16 filelist.17 filelist.18 filelist.19 filelist.2 filelist.20 filelist.21 filelist.22 filelist.23 filelist.24 filelist.25 filelist.26 filelist.27 filelist.28 filelist.29 filelist.3 filelist.30 filelist.31 filelist.32 filelist.33 filelist.34 filelist.35 filelist.36 filelist.37 filelist.38 filelist.39 filelist.4 filelist.40 filelist.41 filelist.42 filelist.43 filelist.44 filelist.45 filelist.46 filelist.47 filelist.48 filelist.49 filelist.5 filelist.50 filelist.51 filelist.52 filelist.53 filelist.54 filelist.55 filelist.56 filelist.57 filelist.58 filelist.59 filelist.6 filelist.60 filelist.61 filelist.62 filelist.63 filelist.64 filelist.65 filelist.66 filelist.67 filelist.68 filelist.69 filelist.7 filelist.70 filelist.71 filelist.72 filelist.73 filelist.74 filelist.75 filelist.76 filelist.77 filelist.78 filelist.79 filelist.8 filelist.80 filelist.9 filelist.full.gz SERIAL-STRING THIS-CD-NUMBER

comment:3 Changed 3 years ago by bruno

  • Keywords star added
  • Status changed from new to assigned

comment:4 in reply to: ↑ 2 Changed 18 months ago by bruno

Replying to foafltd:

I was able to access the archives subdir and it had the following content.

ls -1 archives/ 0.star.gz

[...]

biggielist.txt filelist.0

[...]

filelist.full.gz SERIAL-STRING THIS-CD-NUMBER

Seems that the file LAST-FILELIST-NUMBER is missing.

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