Antipodes CX running 1.8 (build 850) with 1.8TB on board SSD, of which 860GB is used.
Unifi USG router and Unifi switches
N/A at this point, but Meridian 818v3 is the main endpoint.
roughly 25,000 tracks
I did a fresh backup earlier today from a Mac Mini M1 running RoonServer 1.8 (build 831) to a never-before-used backup location on my QNAP NAS with plenty of storage capacity left (10TB at least). I confirmed that the RoonServer log did not show any errors or warnings during this backup. Backup status on the Mac Mini says: Last successful backup at 20:56:57.
When I try to restore this to my Antipodes CX running AMS 3.1 and Roon 1.8 (build 851), the restore gets to about 40% or so until it shows a “Restore Failed” error. The log suggests that the recover fails here:
11/30 15:09:53 Warn: [backup] filehash: e74e108d1a290c6f8e91b8fbfbe66cc21508f58618eebfae5a26b818b57f35cc, filepath: Database/Core/0448225cea1a4a62b253924cf873c75e/images_1/oj/ea/ojeaaaaa.1024.jpg 11/30 15:09:53 Warn: [backup] restore, manifest file is corrupt: b_20211130192934_2a8de06c-27de-4dd0-bc04-7a8ead6dedb5 - System.IO.IOException: No space left on device at System.IO.FileStream.WriteNative(ReadOnlySpan`1 source) at System.IO.FileStream.FlushWriteBuffer() at System.IO.FileStream.Dispose(Boolean disposing) at System.IO.Stream.Close() at RoonBackup.Backups.Restore(Canceler canceler, IFileSystemService fs, IFileSystemDir rootdir, String machineid, String backupname, String outdir, Action`2 progress_cb) 11/30 15:09:53 Warn: [broker/backups] restore first half failed on FileBrowser.Entry: \\10.0.1.18, homes : \xxxxxxxx\tmproonbkup\RoonBackups: NotAvailable
The Mac Mini was set up a few weeks ago as a temporary Roon core while the CX went in for service, using a backup from that same CX, stored on same QNAP NAS. The Mac Mini Roon core was working fine.
Some questions I have:
- Given the above sequence of events, how can a manifest file be corrupt?
- Why is this only considered a warning?
- Which device has no space left?
- What options do I have to restore a backup onto the CX?