I need to correct the following error:
/usr/sbin/dpkg-reconfigure: urbackup-server is broken or not fully installed
This forum seamingly has a reference to that issue, but it is too abstract for me.
By @uroni :
The btrfs subvolumes are set to read-only after a backup is finished. You’ll have to set them to ro false if you want to change them.
But really you should move the prophet to the mountain and set the urbackup group id to the one before (groupmod) ;). You’ll see the group id e.g. in the output of stat.
So when attempting to apt upgrade or even reinstall I get this:
Setting up urbackup-server (220.127.116.113-1ubuntu1~xenial)
chown: changing ownership of ‘/var/urbackup/mComputer/180421-1305_Image_SYSVOL’: Read-only file system
chown: changing ownership of ‘/var/urbackup/mComputer/180421-1305_Image_C/Image_C_180421-1305.raw’: Read-only file system
chown: changing ownership of ‘/var/urbackup/mComputer/180421-1305_Image_C/Image_C_180421-1305.raw.mbr’: Read-only file system
The system had a working installation of urbackup before.
So far I did the following:
#dpkg --remove --force-remove-reinstreq urbackup-server
#apt install urbackup-server
None of the above helped, though.
Here is the configuration:
ls /var/urbackup/ -ld
drwxr-xr-x 1 urbackup urbackup 1640 Jun 16 13:26 /var/urbackup/
What else one can do?
Thanks for any answers