[ZendTo] Interesting issue with historical logging/resurrecting old zendto from backup

John Thurston john.thurston at alaska.gov
Thu Mar 28 20:39:24 GMT 2024

You need to restore the backup onto a device, and mount that device on a 
running system. Then you can look at the old logs, database, and 
filesystem. It may have an operating system on it, but you do NOT want 
to boot that restored device. As soon as you do, it's going to purge and 
cleanup all the ancient stuff.

Do things because you should, not just because you can.

John Thurston    907-465-8591
John.Thurston at alaska.gov
Department of Administration
State of Alaska

On 3/28/2024 8:53 AM, Elston, Ian via ZendTo wrote:
> I've tried to recover the server from backup within that 7day period, changed it's IP, switched from SAML to local authenticator, and I can log in as a local user who is an admin. BUT the zendto.log is empty aside from today's entries, and there are no drop-offs listed, but in the filesystem there are drop-offs, including the one I'm interested in in /var/zendto/drop-offs
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