Actually compat4x didn't do the trick and compat3x won't build. What I
ended up doing was copying /usr/lib/compat/libc.so.3 from my 5.4 system to
the 5.5 and backups ran like a champ last night. I'm still not sure why
my older system had that library in /usr/lib/compat, but I'm glad that it
did. If you have any ideas I'd like to hear, er read, them.
Thanks for the pointer, though - that did get me looking in the right
On Thu, 18 Aug 2005, Ruben de Groot wrote:
> I believe you need the compat4x or even compat3x kernel options in FBSD 5.x,
> together with the matching ports, which install the required libraries.
> ida3248b AT post.cybercity DOT dk wrote:
>> Hello Jason
>> I don't really know FreeBSD, but I have had some similar problems on TRU64
>> and linux.
>> I would try to use the equivalent to linux ASSUME_KERNEL parameter, and if
>> possible load requested FreeBSD5.3 on to the FreeBSD5.4 machine
>> How about the inetd, netbackup didn't on the first linux to use xinetd
>> On Mon, 15 Aug 2005 00:47:42 -0400 (EDT), veritas2-bu wrote
>>> I'm running NBU 4.5 enterprise now and am backing up a FreeBSD 5.3 client
>>> without any problems. I tried to back up a FreeBSD 5.4 system the other
>>> day but I'm getting library mismatches, so it looks like that's the end of
>>> using 4.5. I haven't installed NBU 5.1 yet,
>>> but does anyone have any experience backing up a FreeBSD 5.4 system? The
>>> O/S compatibility list on Veritas' web site only goes up to FreeBSD4.9, so
>>> that isn't much help.
>>> Jason K. Schechner
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>>> - Albert Einstein
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