I have just discovered that some of my nfs shares are no longer accessible. The ones affected are those I have a scheduled snapshot task for. I have read the wiki detailing how you can’t rollback a snapshot while exported as a share, but I haven’t tried that and they previously worked.
Checking the web-UI scheduled tasks page, recent snapshots have failed with an unspecified “error”. Digging into journalctl, I only see:
-- The start-up result is done. Feb 13 01:15:01 [myhostname] CROND: (root) CMD (/opt/rockstor/bin/st-snapshot 3 \*-*-*-*-*-*) Feb 13 01:15:03 [myhostname] systemd: Removed slice User Slice of root. -- Subject: Unit user-0.slice has finished shutting down -- Defined-By: systemd -- Support: http://lists.freedesktop.org/mailman/listinfo/systemd-devel
If I try to delete the NFS share, the following error occurs:
If I try to delete either a snapshot from the schedule (read-only) or a manually created writeable snapshot, that doesn’t work either:
So it seems I’m stuck in a bit of a loop. The “failed” snapshots started around 2 weeks ago, so I wonder if part of the issue is related to "You are running Setuptools on Python 2, which is no longer supported"
Any ideas how to move forward with this?