FB5: interrupted test process still marked as 'ok'

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MiG
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FB5: interrupted test process still marked as 'ok'

Postby MiG » Mon Sep 09, 2013 10:14 am

During the test phase, fbackup froze on a single file for some reason so I had to kill the process. After restarting however, the job is still marked as 'OK' even though it obviously hasn't been verified (a subsequent test job confirmed the files were okay btw). Could you add an intermediate 'completed but not verified' type of status to the job sequence, that only gets changed to 'OK' after all files have been positively verified?

Softland
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Re: FB5: interrupted test process still marked as 'ok'

Postby Softland » Mon Sep 09, 2013 11:41 am

Hi,

We will think about your suggestion. If you look in the last backup log, is there any information about the test phase?

MiG
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Re: FB5: interrupted test process still marked as 'ok'

Postby MiG » Mon Sep 09, 2013 12:26 pm

Interesting... there is no log file whatsoever from that job. In fact, I've completed 8 jobs and only 4 of them have logs (one even has four logs as I ran it a few times to update the backup).

Softland
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Re: FB5: interrupted test process still marked as 'ok'

Postby Softland » Tue Sep 10, 2013 11:02 am

Hi,

The log folder is limited at 20 MB at this moment, we will increase the size in the next release.

MiG
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Re: FB5: interrupted test process still marked as 'ok'

Postby MiG » Thu Sep 12, 2013 10:47 am

Softland wrote:Hi,

The log folder is limited at 20 MB at this moment, we will increase the size in the next release.
One of my jobs with lots and lots of small files generated a log file at 16MB when first run, so yeah a 20MB maximum would explain it :)
Could you make this maximum log size user set please?


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