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  1. Sitron_NO, That's my mistake. I didn't use the...

    Sitron_NO,
    That's my mistake. I didn't use the correct package.
    Please do the change as Jean-Louis' comment. #5
  2. Hi, You were looking at an UB 64bit server...

    Hi,

    You were looking at an UB 64bit server package.
    Please try a client package.

    dpkg -c amanda-enterprise-backup-client_3.3.9-1Ubuntu1404_i386.deb|grep sec
    -rw-r--r-- root/root 1285...
  3. It should be under /etc/amanda/

    It should be under /etc/amanda/
  4. /etc/amanda/amanda-security.conf is an example...

    /etc/amanda/amanda-security.conf is an example file. For security purpose, user needs to use super user privilege manually copy it to /etc, and change the permission to root && 644.
    The directory...
  5. That's cute :p

    That's cute :p
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    You have to have the same amount of tapes as your...

    You have to have the same amount of tapes as your tapecycle. It has to be ** one tape ** larger than the number of tapes per dumpcycle. Not only a number.




    In your case:
    dumpcycle 7...
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    tapecycle has to be the number of tapes which you...

    tapecycle has to be the number of tapes which you have. If you put 13, Amanda will ask the 13Th tape.

    **runtapes 5** you need to use 5 tapes per dump?
  8. You can try use that command to restore the full...

    You can try use that command to restore the full backup first and then restore the incrementals one by one in the same directory.
  9. I don't think it can trace back the incremental...

    I don't think it can trace back the incremental backups. Can you try replace /etc/amanda (new server) and vtapes directory (new server) by the same directories from failed server?
  10. dd the 00001.*** file, the 00000.**** is not the...

    dd the 00001.*** file, the 00000.**** is not the data file.
  11. try dd if= bs=32k skip=1 |...

    try

    dd if=<vtape-file> bs=32k skip=1 | /usr/lib/amanda/application/amgtar restore
  12. Were running it on Amanda server or the...

    Were running it on Amanda server or the working-server? Are the working-server and failed-server the Amanda client
  13. yes ...

    yes

    http://wiki.zmanda.com/index.php/How_To:Backup_to_Amazon_S3
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    I guess that is why we need dumpcycle and...

    I guess that is why we need dumpcycle and runspercycle.
    Let's say on Monday the corn amdump runs once, and you hit amdump 2 times. They all happens in one day, so it will neither effect to any other...
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    Have you solved it?

    Have you solved it?
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    They are Samba error messages.

    They are Samba error messages.
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    dumpcycle int The number of days in the backup...

    dumpcycle int
    The number of days in the backup cycle. Each disk will get a full backup at least this often. Setting this to zero tries to do a full backup each run.

    runspercycle int
    The number...
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    Has the problem been solved after you label the...

    Has the problem been solved after you label the tape back to the original label?
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    /var/log/amanda/server/your-set-name

    /var/log/amanda/server/your-set-name
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    What does the log say?

    What does the log say?
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    Yes. I will be considered as a standard amdump...

    Yes. I will be considered as a standard amdump run.
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    http://www.zmanda.com/download-amanda.php

    http://www.zmanda.com/download-amanda.php
  23. What was the command that you run? Can you still...

    What was the command that you run?
    Can you still find that tape by "amadmin find"?
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    Give the tapecycle a bigger number, if your HDD...

    Give the tapecycle a bigger number, if your HDD has enough space. Say 100 or 150.
  25. You can do both way. If you backup all machines...

    You can do both way. If you backup all machines with the same schedule, "amaddclient --config DailySet1 --client...." would be better. Run amdump once, all the clients are backed up.
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