|Subject:||[rdiff-backup-users] Repeated index|
|Date:||Fri, 7 Mar 2008 12:25:56 -0800|
Big fan of rdiff-backup here, but am puzzled by the following error message I receive on a particular ext3 partition:
Warning, repeated index ('kindermann', 'CORT', 'LGB', '03_06_29', 'swm', 'swm16-295.10.0061'), bad filesystem?
Having the "bad filesystem?" clue led me to run fsck.ext3 (without autorepair) a couple of times on the partition, but the error keeps happening. The rdiff-backup process continues and seems to run indefinitely, although as of this writing I am letting it churn out while it's utilizing 100% CPU (which may be good). Any theories to the cause of the error while I'm waiting?
I tried searching for "repeated index" on the archives and found nothing. If there is a solution already posted, feel free to bash me as my initiation to the mailing list.
I have tremendous respect for the rdiff-backup solution. I currently use it for storage-heavy services in a research environment, and would be more than willing to donate to the rdiff-backup project. Are there any project accounts set up to receive funding?
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