CCM 6.1 backup problem

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Apr 16th, 2008

Hello,

I have a problem with backup for Callmanager 6.1 to sftp.

ERROR: SFTP transfer failure, not enough disk space, Backup Completed...

Log from RTM:

CiscoDRFFailure Reason : DRF backup process is failed due to backup device error. Tar operation failed on / AppID : Cisco DRF Master ClusterID : NodeID : CCM01 . The alarm is generated on Wed Apr 16 18:19:38 CEST 2008.

Log from Callmanager:Server : CCM01

Feature : CCM

Component : PLATFORM

Time Completed: 2008-04-16-18-19-08

Result Code : 0

Result String : SUCCESS

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/usr/local/cm/conf/licfiles/

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/var/crash/scripts/

tar: Error exit delayed from previous errors

Tar complete

----> BEGIN Standard Output

----> END Standard Output

----> BEGIN Standard Error

----> END Standard Error

Size of backup drive-74Gb

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Correct Answer by Eric Krieger about 6 years 11 months ago

Hi,

My experience is that this (Core Mini) SFTP server isn't 100% stable (at least when we used ut together with CUCM 5.x) and stopped using it.

I switched to another (freeware) tool, freeFTPd which works great. Another advantage is that this tool can run as a real service!

Regards,

Eric

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mciarfello Wed, 04/16/2008 - 20:39

What SFTP server are you using?

Did you try copying (SFTPing) a file using the same credsentials that CCM is using from another PC or something?

Limarenko Wed, 04/16/2008 - 22:11

I am using Core FTP Mini SFTP server, but it is looking like bug in ccm 6.1.

Correct Answer
Eric Krieger Wed, 04/16/2008 - 23:40

Hi,

My experience is that this (Core Mini) SFTP server isn't 100% stable (at least when we used ut together with CUCM 5.x) and stopped using it.

I switched to another (freeware) tool, freeFTPd which works great. Another advantage is that this tool can run as a real service!

Regards,

Eric

mciarfello Thu, 04/17/2008 - 17:09

I agree with ekrieger 100%. Was using core. Was funny, especially with large files. Using freeFTPD and haven't had a problem.

FreeFTPd is easier to setup also.

kelvin.blair Thu, 04/17/2008 - 19:50

I agree. I ran into an issue with it a month ago. Changed to FreeFTPD and all was good.

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