depasseg wrote:I also ran into an issue with the target ReadyNas listed gray circle and a "Unable to backup - No Connection for x.x days" message. Here's the solution.
I increase the limit by running ulimit -n 8192 and then /etc/init.d/crashplan restart manually whenever I run into the gray circle issue. I've tried following the steps below to make it permanent, but haven't been successful.
depasseg wrote:Great writeup. I added a couple things - like installing Nano rather than using vi and also including instructions to configure the headless monitoring:* Install RootSSH Add-on
* SSH as root
* run: Apt-get update
* On your computer (the one you want to control your NAS backups from), look for a file called ui.properties in c:\Program Files\CrashPlan\conf
* Edit the file and uncomment (delete the #) the serviceHost line and replace 127.0.0.1 with the IP of your NAS (for instance 192.168.1.100).
Use bishoptf's original instructions (based on Crashplan's guide: http://support.crashplan.com/doku.php/h ... ess_client)kc1 wrote:Just wondering how to make it work so that I can control 2 NASs on my lan? The easiest way is probably to install the desktop app on another pc with the IP of the 2nd NAS in the ui.properties file, but I'm just wondering if those familiar with crashplan know of a way to make it work from one PC?
StephenB wrote:Use bishoptf's original instructions (based on Crashplan's guide: http://support.crashplan.com/doku.php/h ... ess_client)
In short, leave the serviceHost line commented out in ui.properties and set servicePort to 4200 instead.
, because these commands are recognised by Windows (my desktop PC), and I don't know what the equivalent is.http://support.crashplan.com/doku.php/how_to/configure_a_headless_client wrote:Open a terminal window on 126.96.36.199.
Using SSH, forward port 4200 on 188.8.131.52 to port 4243 on 184.108.40.206.
The command is:
ssh -L 4200:localhost:4243 email@example.com
NVX:~# telnet localhost 4200
telnet: can't connect to remote host (127.0.0.1): Connection refused
sphardy wrote:No additional computer needed except to configure CP on the NAS. Data is then backed up from your NAS to the selected destination directly
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