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I accidentally crashed our Zentyal file server, bad enough that I decided to install Zentyal on a new machine and copy the files over.  I was happy that a configuration restore copied all of my settings over, including the users and file shares, and I get a share listing successfully on all clients, but the file shares are not accessible to any clients.  From windows, I get a message, "Share is not accessible.  You might not have permission to use this network resource.  Contact the administrator of this server to find out if you have access permissions.  The network path was not found."

When I try to access a share using smbclient, I get the error, "tree connect failed: NT_STATUS_BAD_NETWORK_NAME"

I can't find any logs reports that seem to relate to the issue, but maybe I'm not looking at the write place. o_O  Any suggestions?

Well, I successfully managed to crash the file system on my Zentyal company server  :'(  Furtunanly I have been using the backup feature to back it up every night to a remote rsync server, but those backup files are encrypted, and now I don't have the key.

I can use testdisk to find most of the files on the Zentyal hard disk, but the directory structure and file names cannot be restored.  I can search the contents of the files, but I'm not quite sure what to search for to find that specific file.  Does anyone know where that key is stored and what the file looks like so I can search for it?

Two days ago I installed and configured zentyal 2.0 as a fresh install.  It was working great for internet routing/filtering, and as a Windows Domain controller.

Today, I ran a simple upgrade by issuing "apt-get update  && apt-get dist-upgrade".

It found some new upgrades from the ebox ppa archive:

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deb lucid main
I honestly didn't pay much attention to which packages where being upgraded, I just figured they were some nice security/bug fixes, so I installed them.

Well now, File Sharing WON'T START, and every time I try to restart it Zentyal says:

"Cannot connect to redis server at /usr/share/perl5/EBox/Config/ line 523."

/var/log/ebox/ebox.log Has a whopping 10048 lines now, and it seems that almost every single one says:
HINT:  No function matches the given name and argument types. You might need to add explicit type casts.
2010/09/04 14:17:23 DEBUG> EBox::PgDBEngine::query - Error querying data: SELECT rfc931 AS username, remotehost AS ip, domain_from_url(url) AS domain, event, code, SUM(bytes) AS bytes, COUNT(event) AS hits FROM squid_access WHERE (squid_access.timestamp >= '2009-11-1 00:00:00' AND squid_access.timestamp < date '2009-11-01 00:00:00' + interval '1 month') GROUP BY username, ip, domain, event, code ; , ERROR:  function domain_from_url(character varying) does not exist
LINE 1: SELECT rfc931 AS username, remotehost AS ip, domain_from_url...

There are no errors that I can find in /var/log/ebox/redis-server.log and I can still configure other parts of the Zentyal interface, so redis must be functioning as designed.

When I try to run "service ebox samba start" I get basically the same message as the web interface gives me.

Reconnecting to redis server... at /usr/share/perl5/EBox/Config/ line 521, <GEN5> line 1.
Reconnecting to redis server... at /usr/share/perl5/EBox/Config/ line 521, <GEN7> line 1.
Reconnecting to redis server... at /usr/share/perl5/EBox/Config/ line 521, <GEN9> line 1.
Reconnecting to redis server... at /usr/share/perl5/EBox/Config/ line 521, <GEN11> line 1.
 * Restarting Zentyal module: samba                                                                                       [fail]
Cannot connect to redis server at /usr/share/perl5/EBox/Config/ line 523.

I don't know what to do  ???  Please help !!

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