Sure, the drive needed to be mounted so bacula can save the backups.
This server belong to a client, and he simply forget do plug the usb drive
in the usb port, he plugged and everything worked perfectly. "It will be
surely plugged to the drive" he said.
Now I ask you, how people like him survive nowadays? ¬¬
Thanks for the help by the way.
2012/5/7 Uwe Schuerkamp <uwe.schuerkamp@...>
> Hello Luis,
> looks like bacula has a permission problem and cannot read or write to
> the new usb device, you might want to check permission settings on the
> directory /media/usb-backup/bacula/ when the drive is mounted:
> On Fri, May 04, 2012 at 10:36:34AM -0300, Luis H. Forchesatto wrote:
> > 04-May 08:48 backup-dir JobId 2497: Using Device "FileStorage"
> > 04-May 08:48 backup-sd JobId 2497: Warning: label.c:331 Open device
> > "FileStorage" (/media/usb-backup/bacula/) Volume "smbserver.sysconf-898"
> > failed: ERR=dev.c:548 Could not open:
> > /media/usb-backup/bacula/smbserver.sysconf-898, ERR=Permission denied
> All the best, Uwe
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