|Subject:||Re: [Duplicity-talk] Backup script not working|
|Date:||Sat, 28 Aug 2021 17:32:05 -0400|
On Thu, Aug 26, 2021 at 2:39 PM edgar.soldin--- via Duplicity-talk
> as i read it
> <--- 257 "/" is the current directory
> ---- CWD path to be sent is `/share/backups'
> ---> CWD /share/backups
> <--- 550 /share/backups: No such file or directory
> cd: Access failed: 550 /share/backups: No such file or directory
> ---> MKD share
> <--- 550 share: Forbidden filename
> ---> MKD share/backups
> <--- 550 share/backups: File exists
> ---> MKD share/backups/
> <--- 550 share/backups/: File exists
> mkdir: Access failed: 550 share/backups/: File exists
> the ftp server on you NAS is confused here and sending mixed signals. first it states "cd: Access failed: 550 /share/backups: No such file or directory" then it won't allow creating it "mkdir: Access failed: 550 share/backups/: File exists" saying it is already there.
Just throwing in my 2 cents... This smells of SELinux.
>From a root console on the NAS, what does a `ls -alZ` show? Do you see
a SELinux context? Does the user the ftp server is running under have
proper access to the folder? Do you have any "avc: denied" messages in
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