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[Mondo-devel] Problem restoring files

Nikolaos Milas
Hello,

I have a backup of a server taken as a set of ISO files using the command:

    /usr/sbin/mondoarchive -O -V -i -s 4480m -d $Newdir2 -E "/mnt" -T
    "/mnt/dd2500-1/vmailtmp" -9

(Note: The $Newdir2 is at a mounted -via nfs- directory.)

This set of 64 ISOs (yes, sixty four) now lies at a mounted (via nfs)
directory.

I am trying to restore a directory tree from this backup but without
success.

I am doing "mondorestore", then I select "Hard Disk", and when I give
the paths, it reads the backup, it allows me to select what I want to
restore (it's a .INBOX.Sent directory from a user's Maildir), but, when
it -supposedly- starts restoring, it prompts me to "Insert ISO #1",
although all ISOs already exist at that point. The process gets stuck
there, and it won't do anything. I have to kill the process.

What may be wrong? What can I do to finish restore successfully?

If it's not possible to restore using the Hard Disk option, I should
probably try using DVD, but it's not easy as this is a remote VM where
mounting must be done over http.

I am attaching the mondorestore.log for your reference.

Please advise,

Thanks,
Nick


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Re: [Mondo-devel] Problem restoring files

Kapali Antaryami Das
clean the disk & insert it will work. it not working then please burn the iso with  new DVD & try it. 


It happened with me  & resolved as above mentioned


hope it will help you

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On Mon, Mar 27, 2017 at 11:21 PM, Nikolaos Milas <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hello,

I have a backup of a server taken as a set of ISO files using the command:

   /usr/sbin/mondoarchive -O -V -i -s 4480m -d $Newdir2 -E "/mnt" -T
   "/mnt/dd2500-1/vmailtmp" -9

(Note: The $Newdir2 is at a mounted -via nfs- directory.)

This set of 64 ISOs (yes, sixty four) now lies at a mounted (via nfs) directory.

I am trying to restore a directory tree from this backup but without success.

I am doing "mondorestore", then I select "Hard Disk", and when I give the paths, it reads the backup, it allows me to select what I want to restore (it's a .INBOX.Sent directory from a user's Maildir), but, when it -supposedly- starts restoring, it prompts me to "Insert ISO #1", although all ISOs already exist at that point. The process gets stuck there, and it won't do anything. I have to kill the process.

What may be wrong? What can I do to finish restore successfully?

If it's not possible to restore using the Hard Disk option, I should probably try using DVD, but it's not easy as this is a remote VM where mounting must be done over http.

I am attaching the mondorestore.log for your reference.

Please advise,

Thanks,
Nick


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