Coda File System

Re: Amanda differences: 2.4.4p1 (installed) vs. 2.4.4-2 (compiled)

From: Jason A. Pattie <>
Date: Wed, 25 Feb 2004 13:59:25 -0600
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Jan Harkes wrote:
| Wow, a lot of stuff, I'm just replying to all of it at once.
| On Wed, Feb 25, 2004 at 12:13:08PM -0600, Jason A. Pattie wrote:
|>Apparently, backup cannot see the volutil command in its PATH.  I'm
|>going to hardcode the location, since backup does not by default have
|>its PATH set to /usr/sbin... etc., and try again.  I'm also wondering if
| Hmm, configure should have tested the location of volutil and
| substituted that into the client-src/ file.
| Maybe configure falls back to simply using 'volutil' if it couldn't find
| the binary. In that case you might have the wrong path in the
| sendbackup-coda.c binary code as well. Which means that you can now
| estimate the size of the backup, but still not dump it.

Aaahhh.  I am building these packages on my laptop and then copying them
to the backup server and installing.  Could that be part of the issue?
I do not have server utilities installed on my laptop, only coda-client.

| btw. the version number for Debian packages built from what is currently
| in CVS should be,
|     amanda-2.4.4p2-1.coda

Yep.  That's what I've got now.

| I tested the client code on one server during last night's backups and
| that worked. The Coda changes should not be terribly invasive and except
| for the configuration file parser and the common-src/protocol.c bugfix
| are client-side only.

Thanks for all your help.

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