There is probably a very easy solution to this problem, but I can't find it.
When running the bitbucket.diy-restore.sh script, I get the following error:
rsync: change_dir "/tmp/bitbucket.diy-restore.Ms39UM/bitbucket-home" failed: No such file or directory (2)
When I navigate to the rsync: change_dir "/tmp/bitbucket.diy-restore.Ms39UM/bitbucket-home" directory, there is no /bitbucket-home directory as suggested by the error message.
However, the /bitbucket-home directory is here:
As you can see, an additional directory called /backup has been inserted.
My question is: What script in the /backup/diy-backup set of scripts needs to be amended so that the restore looks for the /bitbucket-home directory in /tmp/bitbucket.diy-restore.Ms39UM/backup/bitbucket-home
Thank is advance for your assistance.
I found out which file need to be changed. It is the archive-tar.sh file in /backup/diy-backup.
The following needs to be changed from:
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