On Thu, Nov 25, 2010 at 4:02 AM, Joaquim Homrighausen <joho@webbplatsen.se> wrote:

I create a fairly simple backup schedule .. it says to backup
directory1, 2, 3, etc. As the "Backup to" specification, I put
/_backup/%Y%m%d/myArchiveFilename .. when it runs, it doesn't work, it
says it cannot find the file /_backup/20101125/myArchiveFilename.

I know it can't find it, it doesn't exist ;) So how am I supposed to
configure Webmin to do Filesystem Backups to a given file in a
directory, and have a new directory created each day?

There's no need for VirtualMin on this server, otherwise that may have
been an option; but here I'll have to rely on Filesystem Backups (both
to a local target and a remote target).


-joho



It looks like webmin isn't passing '-p' to mkdir ... it can't find it because mkdir hasn't been told to make every dir in the path ex: 'mkdir -p /foo/bar' would create

/foo first and then bar/ under foo.

This could be a typo in webmin or your part. Can you paste us webmin's puke?

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