[Box Backup] compile problems
Fri, 10 Jul 2009 13:53:25 +0100
I am running Debian Lenny 64 bit and here are my test results, the errors
may be because I have a backup client running already
> common: PASSED
> crypto: PASSED
> compress: PASSED
> raidfile: PASSED
> basicserver: PASSED
> backupstore: PASSED
> backupstorefix: PASSED
> backupstorepatch: FAILED: Exception caught: Connection
> SocketConnectError (Probably a network issue between client and
> server, bad hostname, or server not running.)
> backupdiff: PASSED
> bbackupd: FAILED: 3 tests failed (first at Test.cpp:138)
> httpserver: FAILED: 1 tests failed (first at testhttpserver.cpp:411)
results of .configure are
Regular expressions: yes
Large files: yes
Berkeley DB: yes
Extended attributes: yes
If you want me to send you the full test results I can send an attachment
by private email
> Sorry but i can not find the error. I tried on 3 different Debian Lenny
> Systems and one Debian Etch System. I tried latest svn and several older svn
> up to r2503, but always the same errors.
> test/backupstore/testfiles esists after checkout
> I cannot find the real problem. One example test is
> makes an
> cp -p -R ../../../test/basicserver/testfiles .
> but it should be
> cp -p -R ../test/basicserver/testfiles .
> I think there is a problem with the paths.
> Can anyone other please test this ? Just this:
> svn co https://www.boxbackup.org/svn/box/trunk/
> cd trunk
> make test
> Am Thursday 09 July 2009 23:15:37 schrieb Chris Wilson:
>> Hi all,
>> On Thu, 9 Jul 2009, berni wrote:
>>> On Thu, 2009-07-09 at 21:59 +0100, Chris Wilson wrote:
>>>> "chmod: Zugriff auf â??testfilesâ??
>>>> nicht mÃ¶glich: Datei oder Verzeichnis nicht gefunden"
>>> is german and means
>>> $ chmod 777 testfile
>>> chmod: cannot access `testfile': No such file or directory
>>> (testfile does not exist)
>> Thanks Berni. Torsten, this may mean that your checked-out copy is not
>> complete. Does test/backupstore/testfiles exist on your system? If not,
>> please try to find out why not.
>> Cheers, Chris.
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