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Re: reboots while backing up

I just checked, sitback isn't in woody... is it a debian package??

Anyway, is it a script?? If it is, I guess you add some commands to see
where it reboots... (I would do this by adding echo lines).

Ron Rademaker

On Mon, 10 Jul 2000 zdrysdal@diagnostic.co.nz wrote:

> Hi all
> I have a new server which has 2 scsi tapes attched to it and a backup
> package called "sitback" which uses the common tar/cpio commands to
> facilitate backups.  I am using it to back up database files on a AIX
> system which has it's files shared through samba.  To access the files i
> use the command "mount -t smbfs //aixserver/share /mountpoint".
> 5 minutes into the backup... the backup server reboots!!!  why is this
> happening??  I have checked the messages, syslog files but they do not
> contain any relevant info related to the reboot.
> Perhaps I need a better backup package, or perhaps backing up samba shares
> is not a good idea.
> Any ideas???
> thanx
> Zane
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