[tahoe-dev] backup error on root directory after upgrade

Zooko O'Whielacronx zooko at zooko.com
Sat Oct 2 18:25:32 UTC 2010

On Fri, Oct 1, 2010 at 2:37 PM, Kyle Markley <kyle at arbyte.us> wrote:
> tahoe backup -v $HOME buildbot:
>    put_child(archives_url, now, new_backup_dircap)
>  File
> "/usr/local/lib/python2.6/site-packages/allmydata/scripts/tahoe_backup.py",
> line 56, in put_child
>    raise HTTPError("Error during put_child", resp)
> allmydata.scripts.common_http.HTTPError: Error during put_child: 410 Gone
> UnrecoverableFileError: the directory (or mutable file) could not be
> retrieved, because there were insufficient good shares. This might indicate
> that no servers were connected, insufficient servers were connected, the
> URI was corrupt, or that shares have been lost due to server departure,
> hard drive failure, or disk corruption. You should perform a filecheck on
> this object to learn more.
> $ tahoe check buildbot:
> Summary: Healthy
>  storage index: ifue46nmpqpm73cljobrqgp7wi
>  good-shares: 4 (encoding is 2-of-4)
>  wrong-shares: 0

The object that you should perform a filecheck on isn't the buildbot
directory but some child beneath it.

Try doing a deep check.

Would someone please write a patch that extends this error message to
tell you *which* object it is talking about? :-)



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