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Application check - false positive ?

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I performed the following test.

One Linux VM (full LAMP install). I deleted the httpd startup script from /etc/init.d and created a full backup.
As a result Apache should not be able to start upon bootup.

The verification job however finished successfully, with "Web Server" as test script specified.
03/11/2010 09:56:02 Mike-2: Application initialization
03/11/2010 09:56:02 Mike-2: Running test scripts
03/11/2010 09:56:02 Web Server script, path VmConnectionTester.exe, ErrCode 0
03/11/2010 09:56:08 Mike-2: Powering off
The email also shows success

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I did both, first trying to link it to a backup job, editited it properties and changed the role to Web and I also tried using Application Groups instead.

I also monitored the bootup of the verification vm and Apache did not start during bootup.
I also logged in to the console quickly and confirmed with 'netstat -tulnap' that port 80 is not in use.

Anything I am missing here ?

Alexey D.

Re: Application check - false positive ?

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Hello,

Please send the log file of this surebackup job to our support team. VmConnectionTester.exe (test script) checks whether port 80 is open. We'll try to figure if there was something that confused this tool.

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Re: Application check - false positive ?

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Alexey D. wrote:Hello,

Please send the log file of this surebackup job to our support team. VmConnectionTester.exe (test script) checks whether port 80 is open. We'll try to figure if there was something that confused this tool.
Where can I find this log ?

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Re: Application check - false positive ?

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Never mind , found them

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