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bacula problem - failures with no error message in postgres?

From: Bernhard D Rohrer <graylion(at)sm-wg(dot)net>
To: pgsql-admin(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: bacula problem - failures with no error message in postgres?
Date: 2008-03-30 20:36:18
Message-ID: 47EFF9C2.4010401@sm-wg.net (view raw or flat)
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hiya

I know this is somewhat offtopic, but I am stuck.

I am trying to get bacula to run and am testing the backup catalog
script. I am using postgres for my database and am getting this error

30-Mar 19:33 collab-dir: BackupCatalog.2008-03-30_19.33.00 Fatal error:
sql_create.c:485 sql_create.c:485 query SELECT ClientId,Uname FROM
Client WHERE Name='collab-fd' failed:

30-Mar 19:33 collab-dir: BackupCatalog.2008-03-30_19.33.00 Fatal error:
sql_create.c:520 sql_create.c:520 insert INSERT INTO Client
(Name,Uname,AutoPrune,FileRetention,JobRetention) VALUES
('collab-fd','',1,2592000,15552000) failed:

30-Mar 19:33 collab-dir: BackupCatalog.2008-03-30_19.33.00 Error:
sql_create.c:522 Create DB Client record INSERT INTO Client
(Name,Uname,AutoPrune,FileRetention,JobRetention) VALUES
('collab-fd','',1,2592000,15552000) failed. ERR=
30-Mar 19:33 collab-dir: BackupCatalog.2008-03-30_19.33.00 Fatal error:
Could not create Client record. ERR=sql_create.c:522 Create DB Client
record INSERT INTO Client
(Name,Uname,AutoPrune,FileRetention,JobRetention) VALUES
('collab-fd','',1,2592000,15552000) failed. ERR=

even on the higher debug levels I am not seeing thing in the postgres logs

any ideas?

Thanks a lot

Bernhard


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