knoxite -r KnoxiteBackups/ store bbe17fb8 /media/veracrypt2/ -d "Initial music library backup".
knoxite -r /mnt/sdb2/KnoxiteBackups volume listI can list the snapshots just fine - when doing
knoxite -r /mnt/sdb2/KnoxiteBackups snapshot list <volumeid>, I am prompted with an exception: "unable to load snapshot from any storage backend". I am aware somebody already created a bug report for that: #48 but the suggested solution there does not work at all. I can't list the snapshots regardless in what folder I am. Not a great look :/
So, I created my repo initially on an external hdd that was mounted to my system.
Let's it was mounted as
I then created my repository, created volumes, snapshots etc - all good.
Now the next day, I wanted to access my snapshots again. However, everytime I tried to access my snapshots (list them) I got an error: unable to load snapshot from any storage backend.
I figured out, that this has to do with how the repository is mounted when it was crated.
Because on that day, my drive with the repository was mounted as
/mnt/b/. And then there was a mismatch between the path that is saved in the knoxite configuration and the one that is specified.
Even tho I specified the correct path when I wanted to list the snapshots (
/mnt/b/), it failed. Most likely because internally it still uses the path from the knoxite configuration that was set upon repository creation (
When I umounted my harddrive and remounted it as
/mnt/a/, everything worked fine.
So, to recreate this problem, try this:
backupsor so. Initialize a new repo in there.
knoxite -r /mnt/a/backups snapshot list <volume_id>. Should work fine.
knoxite -r /mnt/b/backups snapshot list <volume_id>. It will fail with the error "unable to load snapshot from any storage backend".