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Re: SVN on Linux, hot-backup to AS/400 over samba

From: Daniel Patterson <danpat_at_danpat.net>
Date: 2005-03-14 21:13:49 CET

Jeff Lanzarotta wrote:
> Then I run the hot-backup command on one of my repositories, I loose
> the samba mount to the AS/400 where I want to hot-backup to go. When I
> say "loose" I mean that I can no longer access the mount point to the
> AS/400. Each time I attempt to access it, I get an I/O error. The only
> way to clear this up, is to actually reboot the linux box.
> Has anyone else possibly run into this situation?

   Not me, but I'd look in your kernel logs on your Linux box
   for smbfs (assuming that's what you're using) errors.

   Have you tried copying any other large amounts of data
   to the mount point to see if the problem is unrelated
   to the hot-backup program?

   I can't really see any way in which the hot-backup command
   should be able to affect a mount point like this. I'd go
   looking for Samba/smbfs level errors. If there is a bug in
   smbfs, you might need to resort to ftp or rsync to put the
   files on the AS/400 box.


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