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    Question Backup - grep - logger?

    Hi all,

    I am doing a backup right now and when I run ps aux|grep zimbra I get the normal response after a zmcontrol stop, but now I am also getting two lines about loggers (one of them is a mysql logger).

    Will this screw up my backup? Restore?

    If so - how do I kill these?

    Thanks,
    Rob

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    Anybody? I sure would like to know if I need to redo this backup...

    Thanks,
    Rob

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    Quote Originally Posted by sternfan View Post
    Will this screw up my backup? Restore?
    Probably.

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    If so how do I kill these?
    Use kill pid_number
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    Bill


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    Thanks Bill,

    There goes an hour and a half backup...

    Rob

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    Ok - I think I got lucky - No errors!

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    Ok - maybe I am getting paranoid, but I checked the number of files in the backup (compared to the opt/zimbra) and the number of files is off by ONE.

    Any thoughts?

    Rob

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    It could be a missing pid from the original running MySQL.
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    Thanks - I just PM'd you on this.

    I am doing a new backup.

    Rob

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    Quote Originally Posted by sternfan View Post
    Thanks - I just PM'd you on this.
    Yes, seems we're crossing messages.
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