I had Amanda set up and working fine for a week and today I tried to edit my disklist to add a new folder to backup and it started failing with ‘amanda nak parse failed’ errors. Figuring I messed it up somehow I tried to uninstall and reinstall amanda, removed my existing openhab-dir from /etc/amanda and the slots folder on the mount point and it’s still failing after re-setting it up in openhabian-config for at least the default openhab folders again. When I run ‘amcheck openhab-dir’ I get the following report:
'/etc/amanda/openhab-dir/amanda.conf', line 11: warning: Global changerfile is deprecated, it must be set in the changer section Amanda Tape Server Host Check ----------------------------- '/etc/amanda/openhab-dir/amanda.conf', line 11: warning: Global changerfile is deprecated, it must be set in the changer section ERROR: directory '/mnt/openhab_backup/slots' does not exist NOTE: host info dir '/var/lib/amanda/openhab-dir/curinfo/openhab' does not exist It will be created on the next run NOTE: index dir '/var/lib/amanda/openhab-dir/index/openhab' does not exist it will be created on the next run Server check took 0.210 seconds Amanda Backup Client Hosts Check -------------------------------- ERROR: openhab: unknown response: penhab doesn't resolve to 192.168.0.5:516 Client check: 1 host checked in 1.090 seconds. 1 problem found. (brought to you by Amanda 3.5.1)
I’ve checked all the amanda related config files I could find but for the life of me can’t find where it’s referencing ‘penhab’ as the amanda host - I MUST have fat fingered when I tried to reinstall it via openhabian-config but re-running through it doesn’t solve the issue so i’m lost. Does anyone know where I need to look to fix this? I’m willing to completely wipe out all traces of Amanda and start over if that’s what it takes but it seems it’s in a file somewhere I can’t find.