From: Adam Goryachev <mailinglists@we...> - 2009-06-29 15:53:06
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Justin Mauger wrote:
> I’ve been running backuppc on my Ubuntu box for a while now, and it
> seems to have gotten out of sync. Full backups occur once a week as
> scheduled, but one of the daily incremental backups seems to be treated
> as a full backup. In the backup summary page screenshot below, backup
> #18 has type “incr”, but its duration and size indicates it was a full
> backup. This duplication is causing me to run out of disk space.
> Backup #11 was similar, but it was deleted automatically because it had
Well, I don't know about backup #18, except that I doubt it would be
deleted until after 12, 14, 15, 16, and 17 are all deleted.
However, I agree something is wrong with your backups. The oldest backup
is #12, but apparently that is a incr backup, and this should be
impossible, since an incremental depends on the preceding full, which
has apparently been removed.
Has someone been manually deleting backups?
Of course, you seem to have filled = yes, so perhaps this makes all
incrementals a 'full', and thus incremental and full backups are aged as
per the config.
Oh yeah, you didn't supply the config either, so we don't really know
what might have happened, nor what should have happened. While your at
it, perhaps a copy of the logs might also be helpful, so we can see what
backups were expired and when...
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