[Dirvish] Changed mount point & dirvish cannot open .conf

H Oli olih10200 at gmail.com
Mon Nov 27 15:17:24 UTC 2017


Hi Rich,

what does "dirvish-backup.sh" do? (cite please) - what is the reason
you use a custom script instead of cron script (included in dirvish)?

--
Olivér


2017-11-21 17:40 GMT+01:00 Rich Shepard <rshepard at appl-ecosys.com>:
>    Yesterday I moved the backup hard drive's mount point from /media/hd0 to
> /mnt/backup by modifying /etc/fstab and the dirvish-backup.sh script. This
> morning there're no backups because:
>
> # ./dirvish-backup.sh
> cannot open config file: default.conf
> cannot open config file: default.conf
> cannot open config file: default.conf
> cannot open config file: default.conf
> cannot open config file: default.conf
> cannot open config file: default.conf
>
>    There are 6 directories and each has a dirvish/ subdirectory with a
> default.conf file (perms are 422).
>
>    The drive's entry in /etc/fstab is
> UUID=da596a77-2fb4-41ed-881c-a3f8bb0ab437 /mnt/backup  auto defaults  0 0
> The only change is the mount point
>
>    I don't know how to resolve this because I don't understand how moving the
> external drive's mount point would prevent the default.conf file from
> opening. The solution is probably simple but I don't see it and need your
> expertise to fix the issue.
>
> Rich
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