#2458 Backup fails with Unlock ioctl failed : Invalid argument

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2006-03-20
2006-03-20
Anonymous
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I am running Webmin 1.25 on a Sparc Ultra 10 with
Gentoo linux.

Whenever I try to run a filesystem backup, with either
dump or tar and seemingly regardless of any settings,
the backup fails as follows:

Performing backup of /etc to /backup/FrigateEtc ..

Unlock ioctl failed : Invalid argument

The filesystem being backed up is ext3, as is the
filesystem being backed up to.

The backup target is an NFS share, and my desktop, a
dual-processor Athlon-MP system also running Gentoo,
can backup to this directory using Webmin without any
problems. Same Webmin version.

Discussion

  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    Additional info:

    After attempting backup the following is appended to dmesg:
    sys32_ioctl(perl:26802): Unknown cmd fd(5) cmd(40045431)
    arg(01019be8)

    From miniserv.log:
    192.168.0.2 - root [20/Mar/2006:03:35:45 +0000] "GET
    /fsdump/backup.cgi?id=265801142820057 HTTP/1.1" 200 9819

     
  • Jamie Cameron

    Jamie Cameron - 2006-06-08

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    user_id=129364

    Does it help if you go to the Webmin Configuration module,
    click on File Locking, and select the Never Lock Files option?

    Alternately, you could try installing the IO::Pty Perl module.

    Failing that I am out of ideas, as this message really seems
    to be coming from the tar or dump commands..

     

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