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Sithara9
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Dude backup issue

Fri Feb 09, 2018 5:16 am

I'm having a problem with getting the dude backup since it's stopping after while with this error message "status: applying settings: enabling: open db: not an error". It looks like the issue is with the disk space [img]C:\Users\Sithara\Desktop\temp[/img]

Is there a command to export the backup file to separate locations rather than serving in the dude server itself?

Is there there any suggestion on this?


Thank you.
 
jarda
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Re: Dude backup issue

Fri Feb 09, 2018 9:26 am

Stop the dude. Pull the storage out, copy the content to bigger one, put it back and start the dude.
Or attach another storage and export to it.
 
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Re: Dude backup issue

Tue Feb 13, 2018 12:48 pm

Stop the dude. Pull the storage out, copy the content to bigger one, put it back and start the dude.
Or attach another storage and export to it.
Thanks for your reply.
I would like to try the second option. Could you please let me know that how to add an another storage on the dude server?
 
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Re: Dude backup issue

Tue Feb 13, 2018 7:54 pm

Hello, Sithara9!

What version of the Dude do you use and on which platform?
All next text is assuming that you use Dude v6.
Is there a command to export the backup file to separate locations rather than serving in the dude server itself?

We may specify backup location during db export:
/dude export-db backup-file="disk1/dude-db-backup.db"

Be sure that you have 'disk1' in your system, or change it to the existing one:
/disk print

Could you please let me know that how to add an another storage on the dude server?
It depends on your dude platform:
1. If you use Dude on RouterBOARD hardware you may look how to add a HDD or SD card.
2. If you use Dude on x86 platform you probably may add a HDD in your system.
3. If you use Dude in virtual environment you for sure should be able to add a virtual drive in your system.

If you want to move Dude to the different drive, you may use the following steps:
1. Add new drive.
2. Format it.
3. Stop Dude.
4. Create Dude backup.
3. Reconfigure Dude to use new location.
5. Copy Dude directory from old location to the new one.
6. Start Dude.
Note: If Dude failed to start you may try to import backup from p. 2 into the Dude which already use new location.

After move is finished, you may remove Dude directory from old location.


Thank you!
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