Looks to be a lot of info in the logs, which are loaded on my system at \\tower\disk1\.crashplan\cp_bin-log (Note the period before crashplan).
What are we looking for? :-)
Here's a few details I found: last line of backup_files.log.0 shows:
I 10/04/12 11:29AM 42 [Default] Completed backup to CrashPlan Central in < 1 minute: 11 files (58.20MB) backed up, 693KB encrypted and sent @ 1.8Mbps [52,2971,1574140,2924,23,837,794]
No backup since then, it appears.
The service.log.0 file shows a lot of lines like this, since about 10/3:
[10.03.12 18:19:50.457 DEBUG RPConnWrk-DefaultGro com.code42.peer.PeerGroup ] PG::DefaultGroup RemotePeer not allowed to connect, missing PbK. RemotePeer-[guid=406688547864051812, state=NEW, mode=HOST, location=192.168.0.100:4242, public=18.104.22.168:4242, transportPbK=null, connecting=0, connected=0, attempts=0, connectActivity=2012-09-15T08:38:01:014, keepAliveSent=0, minRetry=26011, retryDelay=0, reflector=na, #nat=0, session=null]
Missing pbk line has no matches in google. :-(
Looks like "last modified date" on all my log files is no newer than 10/4/2012.
I'm looking to the experts - Crashplan is basically the only important non-core feature I need, but I don't have much on my Unraid for this reason. I have Unraid 5.0-rc5, I think I have the Simple Features, CrashPlan, OpenSSH, and DropBox (all via plugin).
Within the GUI, I noticed there's a Crashplan log under Utils-->plugins-->CrashPlan. It doesn't say much that I can identify:
Start: October 22, 2012 and then a few commands:
CMD: mkdir -p /mnt/disk1/.crashplan/cp_bin
CMD: mkdir -p /mnt/disk1/.crashplan/identity
CMD: rm -rf /usr/local/crashplan
CMD: rm -rf /var/lib/crashplan
CMD: ln -s /mnt/disk1/.crashplan/cp_bin /usr/local/crashplan
CMD: ln -s /mnt/disk1/.crashplan/identity /var/lib/crashplan
End: October 22,2012 (same exact second as the start time)
To answer Andrew's questions:
In my Utils, I don't have an icon for CrashPlan anymore (perhaps since last reboot?).
I do have an icon under Settings for CrashPlan still (shows Enabled:Yes and an install location of /mnt/disk1/.crashplan, which I believe is accurate.
I need help from the Pros. What should I do next? :-)