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From: Christian Harttig <chrittig@chrittig.de>
Date: Sat, 3 Dec 2016 14:04:48 +0100

   Hi @all!
   
   I subscribed the list for a little question..
   
   I want to have my obnam repo on the amazon Drive.
   
   I mount the Amazon drive this way:
   
   http://xmodulo.com/access-amazon-cloud-drive-command-line-linux.html
   
   This is my Systemd Service:
   
   [Unit]
   Description=user Amazon Cloud Drive FUSE mount
   Documentation=https://acd-cli.readthedocs.org/en/latest/
   Requires=sshd.service
   After=network-online.target
   
   [Service]
   Type=simple
   ExecStart=/usr/local/bin/acd_cli mount --foreground /backups/extern
   ExecStop=/bin/umount /backups/extern
   Restart=on-abort
   
   [Install]
   WantedBy=default.target
   
   But starting obnam i got this error:
   
   obnam backup /var/www
   00h00m00s Backing up: found 0 files, 0 B; uploaded: 0 B
   connecting to repositoryERROR: RD5FA4X: System error: None: 14: Bad address
   
   Working on Debian testing.
   
   What can i Do?
   
   Greetings
   
   Christian
   
   PS: German speaking, english not the best...
   
   
   
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From: Lars Wirzenius <liw@liw.fi>
Date: Sat, 3 Dec 2016 15:14:10 +0100

   I've not ever used that Amazon service, with Obnam or otherwise, so
   I'm afraid I can't suggest anything. Anyone else who could help
   Christian?
   
   
   On Sat, Dec 03, 2016 at 02:04:48PM +0100, Christian Harttig wrote:
   > Hi @all!
   > 
   > I subscribed the list for a little question..
   > 
   > I want to have my obnam repo on the amazon Drive.
   > 
   > I mount the Amazon drive this way:
   > 
   > http://xmodulo.com/access-amazon-cloud-drive-command-line-linux.html
   > 
   > This is my Systemd Service:
   > 
   > [Unit]
   > Description=user Amazon Cloud Drive FUSE mount
   > Documentation=https://acd-cli.readthedocs.org/en/latest/
   > Requires=sshd.service
   > After=network-online.target
   > 
   > [Service]
   > Type=simple
   > ExecStart=/usr/local/bin/acd_cli mount --foreground /backups/extern
   > ExecStop=/bin/umount /backups/extern
   > Restart=on-abort
   > 
   > [Install]
   > WantedBy=default.target
   > 
   > But starting obnam i got this error:
   > 
   > obnam backup /var/www
   > 00h00m00s Backing up: found 0 files, 0 B; uploaded: 0 B
   > connecting to repositoryERROR: RD5FA4X: System error: None: 14: Bad address
   > 
   > Working on Debian testing.
   > 
   > What can i Do?
   > 
   > Greetings
   > 
   > Christian
   > 
   > PS: German speaking, english not the best...
   > 
   > 
   > 
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   >
From: Jan Niggemann <jn@hz6.de>
Date: Sat, 03 Dec 2016 16:23:12 +0100

   Hello Christian,
   
   Zitat von Christian Harttig <chrittig@chrittig.de>:
   
   > I mount the Amazon drive this way:
   >
   > http://xmodulo.com/access-amazon-cloud-drive-command-line-linux.html
   can you read from and write to /backups/extern at all?
   
   > But starting obnam i got this error:
   >
   > obnam backup /var/www
   > 00h00m00s Backing up: found 0 files, 0 B; uploaded: 0 B
   > connecting to repositoryERROR: RD5FA4X: System error: None: 14: Bad address
   Please post your obnam config file (obnam --config=_your_config_  
   --dump-config)...
   Jan
From: Christian Harttig <chrittig@chrittig.de>
Date: Sun, 4 Dec 2016 13:41:08 +0100

   Hello Jan!
   
   Thank you for trying to help...
   
   Yes i can read and write /backup/extern. It is slow and my old
   backup-script touches a file on /backup/extern before writing my backups.
   If not, i got an error for the first file writing.
   
   Here the output
   (trying a local backup works)
   
   root@chrittig:~# obnam --config=.obnam.conf --dump-config
   [config]
   output =
   log = /var/log/obnam.log
   log-level = info
   log-max = 100000000
   log-keep = 10
   log-mode = 0600
   dump-memory-profile = simple
   memory-dump-interval = 300
   repository = /backups/extern/obnam
   client-name = chrittig.de
   quiet = False
   verbose = False
   pretend = False
   lock-timeout = 60
   repository-format = 6
   node-size = 262144
   chunk-size = 1048576
   upload-queue-size = 1024
   lru-size = 256
   idpath-depth = 3
   idpath-bits = 12
   idpath-skip = 13
   trace =
   pretend-time =
   crash-limit = 0
   fuse-opt =
   compress-with = none
   encrypt-with =
   keyid =
   weak-random = False
   key-details = False
   symmetric-key-bits =
   gnupghome = None
   dump-repo-file-metadata = False
   warn-age = 27h
   critical-age = 27h
   exclude-caches = True
   to =
   generation = latest
   always-restore-setuid = False
   one-file-system = False
   sftp-delay = 0
   ssh-key =
   strict-ssh-host-keys = False
   ssh-host-keys-check = ssh-config
   ssh-known-hosts = /root/.ssh/known_hosts
   ssh-command =
   pure-paramiko = False
   keep = 14d,10w,12m
   fsck-fix = False
   fsck-rm-unused = False
   fsck-ignore-chunks = False
   fsck-ignore-client =
   fsck-last-generation-only = False
   fsck-skip-generations = False
   fsck-skip-dirs = False
   fsck-skip-files = False
   fsck-skip-per-client-b-trees = False
   fsck-skip-shared-b-trees = False
   fsck-skip-checksums = False
   dir-cache-size = 268435456
   dir-bag-size = 1048576
   chunk-cache-size = 1048576
   chunk-bag-size = 1048576
   verify-randomly = 0
   root = /var/www
   checkpoint = 1073741824
   deduplicate = fatalist
   leave-checkpoints = False
   small-files-in-btree = False
   chunkids-per-group = 1024
   testing-fail-matching =
   exclude = .mp3$, .mp4$, .part$, .rar$, .nfo$, /Downloads$
   exclude-from =
   include =
   
   
   Obnam.log is attached.
   
   
   
   
   
   Am 03.12.2016 um 16:23 schrieb Jan Niggemann:
   > Hello Christian,
   > 
   > Zitat von Christian Harttig <chrittig@chrittig.de>:
   > 
   >> I mount the Amazon drive this way:
   >>
   >> http://xmodulo.com/access-amazon-cloud-drive-command-line-linux.html
   > can you read from and write to /backups/extern at all?
   > 
   >> But starting obnam i got this error:
   >>
   >> obnam backup /var/www
   >> 00h00m00s Backing up: found 0 files, 0 B; uploaded: 0 B
   >> connecting to repositoryERROR: RD5FA4X: System error: None: 14: Bad
   >> address
   > Please post your obnam config file (obnam --config=_your_config_
   > --dump-config)...
   > Jan
   >