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    fixed in trunk

    these commits: r3737, trunk; r3738, 3.2 branch fix this issue.. Thanks for finding it, vpatton.
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    not your fault

    The permissions are set incorrectly in the package, not by a co-worker. Call off the hunt!
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    Updated RPM packages available

    There was a killer bug in our RPM packages, so we've released an update. Packages is available for download at http://www.zmanda.com/download-amanda.php

    The only thing that has changed is the RPM...
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    Updated RPMs available

    Updated rpms are available for download at http://www.zmanda.com/download-amanda.php

    Dan
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    sourceforge diff

    Here's a diff of the changes. They're very simple.

    http://amanda.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/amanda/amanda/branches/3_1_0_rpm/packaging/rpm/amanda.spec?view=diff&r1=3141&r2=3139&diff_format=h

    I...
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    Yum and gpg signatures

    Well, the RPM sort of does break things, but not in any permanent way. Generating a conflict with not-installed packages on install is pretty broken, eh?

    And we don't currently sign our...
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    I've committed a fix to the .spec and am working...

    I've committed a fix to the .spec and am working on building new packages.
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    RPM conflicts with itself

    From looking at the package, I think I've found the problem, but I need to replicate on a clean VM to confirm the fix.

    I'll keep y'all informed.

    Dan
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    gnu tar patterns are shell wildcard patterns

    I like that script!

    I had to look this up, but your answer is in section 6.5 of "info tar"

    Anyway, something like this should work. (I didn't test; I had to read the manual, so you get to test)...
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    actually, there is a mac client

    Zmanda Enterprise has a precompiled package. http://www.zmanda.com/amanda-client-macintosh.html There's a lot of verbiage that basically says "This mac client works well."

    The notes on compiling,...
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    perhaps

    You might need to change the permissions, but I'm no opensolaris expert:

    on my opensolaris build machine, the perms for /var/spool/cron/crontabs look like this:
    -bash-3.00# ls -la...
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    you don't need fort knox to deposit a penny.

    I think I'm missing part of your problem here. Amanda is *way* too much overhead to back up a single file. why in particular do you want to use amanda? It seems like tar or even the most basic...
  13. Look at runtapes

    It looks like the data you want to dump has grown past the amount of space you've allocated. Runtapes controls this, and I'm guessing that you've set it to 1.

    Bump that up and make sure you have...
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    upgrade?

    It might be worth using a newer version of client and server. Our documentation has been steadily getting better, and at this point, 2.5.2p1 is getting old pretty old.

    The debian/ubuntu...
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    Another Selfcheck Request Failed

    Or, since zmanda compiles using --with-ssh, you could use a package from http://www.zmanda.com/download-amanda.php
  16. re: Problems installing 2.6.1-1.deb

    Hi!

    Thanks for reporting the problems. You're not the first to find the permissions issue, and I'm 90% sure I fixed that in trunk.

    The overwrite problem is a conflict with debian native...
  17. Thread: libcurl.so.3

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    package dependencies on OpenSuse

    We've seen some problems with curl library dependencies and package name changes recently. In addition our rpm was built for OpenSuse10, not 11.1, and there are enough differences that I'm not...
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    RE: Where does compression takes place

    As you guessed, compression takes place on the server.

    As to the performance of ZRM... that is a rather open ended question! I think performance is great! Please be more specific so that my...
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    We have quick start guides to get you started

    How far have you gotten already? We've written a Quick Start guide to help with the basics of setting up Amanda and doing your first backup.
    http://wiki.zmanda.com/index.php/Quick_start

    If...
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    not to hard to build

    Unfortunately, we don't provide rpms for OpenSuse11. However we support SLES11, so it is an easy tweak to build your own package.

    Download the source rpm from...
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    CentOS RPM issues on x86_64

    I'll have to double check whether the ancient fedora/rhel versions we support have old enough versions of RPM that the "Requires: lib*.so " are actually necessary. If not, I'll gladly toss them out....
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    try 2.6.1p1

    I think we had some pre-requisite problems in the 64bit packages.

    Let us know if you have the same problem with 2.6.1p1.
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    Fedora Core 10 64-bit

    What you're seeing is the 32bit rpm asking for its 32bit dependencies.

    The source is avalable from http://www.zmanda.com/download-amanda.php

    Select the version you want, the scroll down and...
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    I need to build a package from the correct...

    I need to build a package from the correct revision, then our web guy needs to post it. I'd say EOD tomorrow is pretty reasonable.

    If you need it ASAP, you can always build a deb from a source...
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    FC9 and .spec patch

    Thanks for the patch. FC9 recognition was added to our trunk using something very similar a couple weeks ago. It will be included in the next release. I also added some code to exit more...
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