Restore failed with /usr/test


#1

No permission to create directory:

I have the same problem here.
I have made a backup with some files in a folder called /usr/test, in that i have 4 files called: test1,2,3 and 4.
When i delete them, no prob, but when i wanna restore the files i youse this command and get this error saying; “Restore Failed”

Restore%20failer

But if i make the “test” folder again, and youse the same command, i works fine? any idea?


#2

and in the logs it says right? @chris2811 :open_mouth:


#5

Cannot reproduce the problem:

grafik


#6

hmm okay…
did you at any time delete the test folder? and then try to restore without the test folder existing?


#7

This is the commands that i use to make backups, add paths and so on, hope this helps you more.
Add Path: urbackupclientctl add-backupdir -d /usr/test
Delete Folder: rm -rf /usr/test
Start backup: urbackupclientctl start -f or -i
Restore: urbackupclientctl restore-start -b (and then id we found from browse command)


#8

Ok, yes, it restores the folder contents not the folder itself. Which is unintuitive. I’ll change it.


#9

Thank you sir! I’ll be looking forward to that.


#10

Any idea when it will be? just wanna know when to look for updates :slight_smile: