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Re: [Bacula-devel] WinBacula: no more files from mounted disks are backed up...


Your problem is very difficult to respond to for lack of information.  Please 
see below:

On Tuesday 08 January 2008 18:05, Masopust, Christian wrote:
> Hi all,
> I've a very urgent problem.  One of my Win2k3-Servers has some disks
> mounted to local directories (without a drive-letter).
> Since some days I'm no longer able to backup the mounted disks!

What does "since some days" mean?  Was it previously working?  If so, what did 
you change?  Change your OS, Bacula FileSet, or other thing?  Have you tried 
rebooting Win2k3?

> To be clear:  first disk is mounted at "D:\" (files direct on D: and on
> it's subdirectories can be backed up). second disk is mounted at "D:\abcd"
> and no file or directory on this disk will be backed up!

What does "no file or directory on this disk will be backed up" mean?  Are 
there errors? what output does Bacula produce?  ...

> Permissions are 
> the same for all directories...
> I've tried all WinBacula versions from 2.2.4 up to 2.2.7.

Which one was working?

> any idea what happens?

Search for what you changed since the problem started ...



> thanks a lot,
> christian
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