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restore issue between different linux distributions

Mike Fröhner
Hello good people,

I always thought my 8 years of extensive usage of bacula makes me a
master of it, but I have failed :-p.

Currently, I am checking a foreign bacula setup for disaster restore
capabilities and I am running into a restore issue when I am trying to
restore data via bextract.

The setup is quite easy. There is one director: host-a (CentOS 6.5) and
two storages: store-a (sunOS) and store-b (Ubuntu 14.04). The store-b is
used for having a kind of an "off-site disaster backup" throught 'copy
jobs'.

The volumes from the bacula-sd on store-a are restorable without any
issues throught the director or bextract on any linux distribution. But
the volumes from the bacula-sd on store-b are only bextrable on Ubuntu
14.04. If I try to bextract the files on a CentOS it fails with:


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Mike Fröhner
Hm - wrong keyboard combination send the mail before finished it:

Error message is at the bottom:

On 01/30/2017 04:41 PM, Mike Fröhner wrote:

> Hello good people,
>
> I always thought my 8 years of extensive usage of bacula makes me a
> master of it, but I have failed :-p.
>
> Currently, I am checking a foreign bacula setup for disaster restore
> capabilities and I am running into a restore issue when I am trying to
> restore data via bextract.
>
> The setup is quite easy. There is one director: host-a (CentOS 6.5) and
> two storages: store-a (sunOS) and store-b (Ubuntu 14.04). The store-b is
> used for having a kind of an "off-site disaster backup" throught 'copy
> jobs'.
>
> The volumes from the bacula-sd on store-a are restorable without any
> issues throught the director or bextract on any linux distribution. But
> the volumes from the bacula-sd on store-b are only bextrable on Ubuntu
> 14.04. If I try to bextract the files on a CentOS it fails with:
>

30-Jan 16:41 bls JobId 0: Error: block_util.c:352 Volume data error at 0:0!
Block checksum mismatch in block=0 len=198: calc=a7123db blk=0
30-Jan 16:41 bls JobId 0: Warning: acquire.c:276 Read acquire: Requested
Volume "Offsite-0413" on file device "io-Dev1"
(/mnt/tank/bacula-storage) is not a Bacula labeled Volume, because:
ERR=block_util.c:352 Volume data error at 0:0!
Block checksum mismatch in block=0 len=198: calc=a7123db blk=0

Any ideas for that?

greetings
Mike;

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