adopting rdiff-backup

Brian Murray brian at ubuntu.com
Wed Mar 17 20:04:48 GMT 2010


On Wed, Mar 17, 2010 at 08:28:02PM +0100, Andreas Olsson wrote:
> Just wanted to mention that I've adopted the package rdiff-backup, in
> regards to bug triage. Actually I've been paying attention to the
> package, on and off, for a while now.
> 
> The two rdiff-backup bug report still being marked as "New" are reports
> I'm not sure how to proceed with. Feel free to chip in.

The source code for rdiff-backup seems to have some useful information
regarding the AssertionError found in http://launchpad.net/bugs/392736.

""""Bad rdiff-backup-data dir on destination side

The rdiff-backup data directory
%s
exists, but we cannot find a valid current_mirror marker.  You can
avoid this message by removing the rdiff-backup-data directory;
however any data in it will be lost.

Probably this error was caused because the first rdiff-backup session
into a new directory failed.  If this is the case it is safe to delete
the rdiff-backup-data directory because there is no important
information in it."

- from rdiff_backup/Main.py

--
Brian Murray
Ubuntu Bugmaster
Days running lucid: 36
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