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Re: [Bacula-devel] Restore Problems

I got this, while doing a bscan.

bscan: butil.c:282 Using device: "dev_storage04_45" for reading.
03-Nov 09:28 bscan JobId 0: Ready to read from volume
"vol_XXX_full_0002" on device "dev_storage04_45" (/storage04/45/).
bscan: bscan.c:488 VOL_LABEL: OK for Volume: vol_XXX_full_0002
03-Nov 09:29 bscan JobId 0: Error: block.c:318 Volume data error at
Block checksum mismatch in block=44771 len=64512: calc=2c786463 blk=7db714dc
Records would have been added or updated in the catalog:
     1 Media
     1 Pool
     1 Job
 81586 File

Is it safe to do a "-m"/"-s"  ?
NOTE- I have a catalog actively working.

I get broken the volume when ends the disk space:

"...bscan JobId 0: Error: read_record.c:142 block.c:1091 Volume data
error at 2:283381759! Short block of 3161 bytes on device..."

Try to use "SpoolData = yes" in Job resource.

Forgot to mention that I am using raid disks ( SATA ) for storage servers.
Is this parameter "SpoolData" still be required  ?


Write more about RAID. Perhaps the problem in it.

It is a hardware raid
- 3ware Inc 9xxx-series SATA-RAID
- RAID5 of 6x1Tb drives
- The partition is a xfs filesystem

NOTE: I have been able to do a successful restore from a xfs over aoe ( Coraid ).

31-Oct 11:38 storage04 JobId 64: Error: block.c:318 Volume data error at 1:2752323442!
Block checksum mismatch in block=109241 len=64512: calc=833b9fbe blk=fd5daefd

Again, would spooldata help ?
I do run multiple jobs on the storage box ( concurrent 40 ), but they all have their own pools.  No jobs shares a pool.

Thank you,
- Dinesh

My dir Config

Job {
        Name = "XXX"
        JobDefs = "Standard"
        FileSet = "RedHatLinuxFull"
        Schedule = "Sun-0630-0630"
        Client = "XXX"
        Storage = "storage04_XXX"
        Enabled = yes
        Write Bootstrap = "/home/bacula/bootstrap/XX/XXX.bsr"
        Pool = pool_XXX_full
        Full Backup Pool = pool_XXX_full
        Incremental Backup Pool = pool_XXX_incr

Client {
        Name = "XXX"
        Address = "XXX"
        Job Retention = 14 days
        File Retention = 14 days
        AutoPrune = yes
        FDPort = 9102
        Catalog = "catalog_XXX"
        Password = "******"
        Maximum Concurrent Jobs = 50

Storage {
        Name = "storage04_XXX"
        Address = "XXX."
        SDPort = 9103
        Password = "XXX"
        Device = "dev_storage04_45"
        Media Type = "file_storage04_45"
        Maximum Concurrent Jobs = 50

Pool {
        Name = pool_XXX_incr
        UseVolumeOnce = yes
        Pool Type = Backup
        LabelFormat = "vol_XXX_incr_"
        Volume Retention = 8 days
        Maximum Volumes = 5000
        Recycle = yes
        AutoPrune = yes
Pool {
        Name = pool_XXX_full
        UseVolumeOnce = yes
        Pool Type = Backup
        LabelFormat = "vol_XXX_full_"
        Volume Retention = 13 days
        Maximum Volumes = 5000
        Recycle = yes
        AutoPrune = yes

Catalog {
        Name = "catalog_XXX"
        dbname = XXX025
        DB Address = "XXX"
        user = bacula
        password = "bacula"

Storage config

# storage04 - 45
Device {
        Name = "dev_storage04_45"
        Archive Device = "/storage04/45/"
        Media Type = "file_storage04_45"
        LabelMedia = yes;
        Random Access = Yes;
        AutomaticMount = yes;
        RemovableMedia = no;
        AlwaysOpen = no;
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