[Box Backup] Can Win32 client backup files from another machine?
E.W. Peter Jalajas
Thu, 20 Jul 2006 08:37:19 -0700 (PDT)
OK, thanks, Ben. I see this now on:
"Add an option like (in the client's bbackupd.conf config file)
"KeepIfNotFound = true" to a backup location; this should make
boxbackup keep a directory on the server (without complaining) even if
it's not found on the local drive anymore (this will help when you
backup a network location or another directory that may become
I'll add to that to make a separate test for whether the filesystem
exists at all, and if not, don't mark for deletion (I think).
--- Ben Summers <email@example.com> wrote:
> On 20 Jul 2006, at 06:17, E.W. Peter Jalajas wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I have a client who has a Windows Small Business Server network.
> > backup client is
> > on a Windows 2003 Standard machine. Box backup is working great
> > we stay on the local machine, but we are trying to create a
> > BackupLocation for files that reside on another one of various
> > machines on the network, but we keep getting the 1/9 exception (and
> > nothing gets backed up from any BackupLocation), whether we use a
> > mapped drive letter path as a BackupLocation or a UNC path.
> Box Backup is designed to back up local discs only. You should run
> bbackupd on every Windows machine which needs backing up.
> One thing which is more of a problem on network mounts than local
> discs is that if the network mount fails for some reasons when a
> backup starts, bbackupd will mark everything on the store as deleted.
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