I'm using Mac OS X Server 10.9.3.
First of all, install.sh failed.
### Checking archive files for existence, readability and integrity.
automysqlbackup ... failed
So I tried manual installation as follows.
sudo chown root:wheel automysqlbackup
sudo chmod 0700 automysqlbackup
sudo cp automysqlbackup /usr/local/bin/
sudo mkdir /etc/automysqlbackup
sudo cp automysqlbackup.conf myserver.conf
sudo chmod 666 myserver.conf
# I changed the following lines in my server.conf in an external editor
sudo chmod 777 automysqlbackup
# save the .conf
sudo chmod 755 automysqlbackup
# First run
Note: Parsed config file /etc/automysqlbackup/myserver.conf.
Error: No basedir found, i.e.
/usr/local/bin/automysqlbackup: line 835: 6: Bad file descriptor
/usr/local/bin/automysqlbackup: line 836: 7: Bad file descriptor
Skipping normal output methods, since the program exited before any log files could be created.
Oh, dear. Any ideas to fix the problem? Perhaps, some kind of platform (Mac)-specifc workaround required here?
is your servername,conf called myserver.conf? The program is looking for myserver.conf
Does /Users/*/mysqlbackup exist (ie your backupdir)?
Go through the manual steps in the README file and make sure all the files and dirs are in the right places. For example, if you do not use the default backup dir, then you need to tell the config script that it has changed. It should work on a Mac.
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