Due to a bug in the dracoon-database-backup rpm package, the activated cronjobs were overwritten after an update. This means that backup dumps of the DRACOON databases are no longer created. This affects the dracoon-database backup-rpm packages version 1.0.1-1 or earlier.
- Install the latest dracoon-database-backup rpm package
or perform an update of all system packages
$ sudo yum update -y dracoon-database-backup
$ sudo yum update -y
- Afterward, check whether a DRACOON database backup job is active:
$ sudo cat /etc/cron.d/dracoon-database-backup | grep -e '^[[:blank:]]*[^[:blank:]#]' | wc -l
If you receive "1" as an answer, a DRACOON database backup job is active and the problem is resolved.
However, if you receive "0" as an answer, no DRACOON database backup job is active. To reactivate the DRACOON database backup job, follow these instructions or contact us.
The bug has been fixed in the current dracoon-database-backup rpm package with version 1.0.1-2, so future updates will no longer disable the DRACOON database backup job.