Curator snapshot fails

(Tim Dunphy) #1

Hey all,

Trying to backup my ES indexes using curator.

I tried this approach, and failed:

[root@logs:~] #curator --http_auth "admin:$ES_PASS" snapshot --repository jf_backup --prefix jokefire- --ignore_unavailable --partial indices --all-indices
2015-11-20 22:21:07,530 INFO      Job starting: snapshot indices
2015-11-20 22:21:07,530 WARNING   Overriding default connection timeout.  New timeout: 21600
2015-11-20 22:21:07,546 INFO      Matching all indices. Ignoring flags other than --exclude.
2015-11-20 22:21:07,546 INFO      Action snapshot will be performed on the following indices: [u'.kibana', u'logstash-2015.11.19', u'logstash-2015.11.21']
2015-11-20 22:21:07,748 ERROR     Failed to verify all nodes have repository access.
2015-11-20 22:21:07,749 WARNING   Job did not complete successfully.

Just wondering how I can alter that command so that it'll work. Any suggestions?

(Aaron Mildenstein) #2

This means that Curator was unable to verify that each node had write access to the shared file system. What kind of shared filesystem is your repository?

(Tim Dunphy) #3

Hey Aaron,

Yeah, I was using the same NFS share on each volume to store the snapshots. Turns out that volume was maxed out, so that's why I was getting that error. So I cleared out some space and ran the snapshot again. Glad I was able to resolve the problem and thanks for your input!

(system) #4