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  • Title: Bacula, the Open Source, Network Backup Tool for Linux, Unix, and Windows
    Descriptive info: .. Bacula, the Open Source, Network Backup Tool for Linux, Unix, Mac and Windows.. General.. News.. Screenshots.. Bacula Home.. What is Bacula?.. Current State of Bacula.. Testimonials.. SF Project Page.. Requirements.. Operating Systems.. Tapedrives.. Autochangers.. License.. FLA License.. Ermine.. Documentation.. Wiki.. Presentations.. Press Kits.. Articles.. Downloads.. Current Files.. All Files.. git Repository.. Windows binaries.. Support.. Getting Support.. Email Lists.. Bug Reports.. Professional.. Feature Requests.. Latest.. Blog.. Entries.. Projects.. Project Vote.. Donations.. Make a Donation.. Donations Received.. The Leading Open Source Backup Solution.. Bacula - The Open Source Network Backup Solution.. Bacula.. is a set of Open Source, computer programs that permit you (or the system administrator) to manage backup, recovery, and verification of computer data across a network of computers of different kinds.. Bacula is relatively easy to use and efficient, while offering many advanced storage management features that make it easy to find and recover lost or damaged files.. In technical terms, it is an.. Open Source, network based backup program.. According to Source Forge statistics (rank and downloads), Bacula is by far the most popular Open Source program backup program.. org and Bacula Systems: How to find what you need.. org is the community home of the Bacula project, for developers and contributors.. You can find  ...   version as well as the lastest Windows binaries.. These binaries replace older Bacula community Windows File daemons only (the Storage Daemon and Director binaries for Windows are not available).. An installer is available for both 32 and 64 bit machines.. Windows binaries for Bacula community users.. Most of the.. source code is released under the.. AGPL.. version 3 license.. If you wish additional details, please follow the License link to your left.. The Documentation link takes you to a page where you can access all the available Bacula documentation (HTML, PDF, and TGZ) both for the officially released version and for the current code under development in the Source Forge GIT.. The development version of the manual typically has more documentation, but may also document new features that are not in the released version.. The.. Developer's Guide.. presents important information for users who want to contribute to the Bacula project.. Bacula is released on SourceForge at.. http://sourceforge.. net/projects/bacula.. where you can download the software.. You may also use the links on the left side of this page for more information.. In particular, Current Files link takes you to the currently available downloads, and the All Downloads link takes you to a list of all files ever released to SourceForge..

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  • Title: Bacula, the Open Source, Network Backup Tool for Linux, Unix, and Windows
    Descriptive info: We have released Bacula Version 5.. 13 to Source Forge.. Version 5.. 13 version has 20 bug fixes since the last release.. Some of the bug fixes are important.. Important changes since last release: 19Feb13 - Fix build/configure problems with bpluginfo.. c - Refactor lock_volumes so most lock a vol rather than globally - Add virtualfull-extreme test - Apply patch for chio-changer-openbsd from bug #1984 -- Implements listall - Add bat Mac patch from bug #1953 - Fix bug #1812 cannot run Copy/Migrate jobs from bat - Fix loading of bat translations.. Patch from bug #1890 - Fix text input in bat.. Fixe bug #1965 - Remove Device from show command as it is not used or updated - Fix #1982 update enabled keyword in help command - Fix update_postgresql_tables 10 to 11 - Clean after building doc binaries requested by Willem vd Akker for Debian build - Require Qt version 4.. 8.. 4 - Fix bug #1955 that OK to run? does not retry on bad response - Backport new lock calls + debug for SD - Fix bug #1975 new label ignored when first is duplicate.. - Pull src/lib changes from master - Pull SD files from master - Turn off prune-test - Add logdir and bsrdir to regression config - Add bsrdir and logdir to regress-config - Changed default directories from /var/bacula to /opt/bacula - Make spool size max message more explicit - Display more info when maximum spool size is reached - Fix TERM defs for Solaris 11 in conio.. c - Allow group to cd to sysconfdir - Make sysconfdir belong to Bacula user/group and exclude others - Fix Virtual Full file close bug -- race condition - Enhance mount message to include read/append - Improve vol_mgr swap messages - Enhance output of Using Device to include for read/write - Add jobid to Pmsg output - Fix bug #1959 input validation on delete of jobs.. - Fix bug #1956 Authorization Errors false - Add workaround for #5507 where autoprune and reload are in deadlock - Allow conf file quoted strings to be used in a list - Make bfgets handle very long lines - Avoid seg fault by checking for NULL client -- reported by Arno - Final fix of bug #1943 - Fix bug #1948 MailOnSuccess get executed on error.. - Fix missing index on Media table - Fix bug #1943 no message storage on closed database connection.. - Fix bug #1946 Fix problem with MySQL with big Base jobs.. - Reduce wait time in regression RunScripts - Implement a timeout on regression tests of 15 minutes - Fix #5346.. bvfs_lsfiles and.. bvfs_restore to handle deleted files - Fix spooldata, accurate and ingnoreduplicate run argument - Fix messages segfault - Implement feature request #1939 - fix #1938 about PATH_MAX on hurd - fix #1938 about MAXPATHLEN on hurd - Fix bug #1937 OpenBSD autochanger example script - Fix #4996 about MaxRunTime canceling the job too early - Fix bug #1934 Wrong values at media list in BAT - Fix race condition in close_msg that causes seg fault - Fix double unlink - More tests for freeing NULL pointers - Add MaximumConcurrentReadJobs directive to Storage resource - Add ujobid to.. bvfs_get_jobids - Avoid problem when stripping a relative path - Fix #4513 about HIDDEN attribute set to parent directory during restore Bugs fixed/closed since last release: 1812 1890 1934 1937 1938 1939 1943 1946 1948 1953 1955 1956 1959 1965 1975 1982 1984 4513 4996 5346 5507 ;;.. 11 to Source Forge.. 11 version is a bug fix release.. As always, both the Director and Storage daemon must be upgraded at the same time.. Older 5.. x and 3.. x File Daemons are compatible with the 5.. 11 Director and Storage daemons.. There should be no need to upgrade older File Daemons.. Important changes since last release: - A new bpluginfo utility tool - Make dump_resource respect console ACL's (security fix) - Add chio-changer-openbsd submitted in bug #1903 - Important Copy job bug fixed.. 10Sep12 - Add JobId to SD debug output - Commit batch session every 800,000 files - Simplify safer delete code using a single regex - Clean up error message generation during update attributes -- should fix bug #1823 - Eliminate heartbeat error messages.. Fixes bug #1925 - Apply patch from bug #1911 to implement --with-logdir - Add chio-changer-openbsd submitted in bug #1903 - mysql database install/update scripts patch.. Fixes bug #1901 - Delegate uid/gid changing to systemd.. Fixes bug #1905 - Fix bug #1906 - Fix manpage errors, fixes bug #1907 - Final fix for #1859 missed one query.. - bpluginfo - Utility tool display various information - Backport more master code - Fix Makefile..  ...   to a state machine - Fix bat from eating all Dir connections -- fixes bug #1872 - Back port fixes from BEE to fix Windows restore bug #1892 - Add block checksum flag to version.. h - Add block checksum debug code - Fix bug #1893 dbcheck -B gives rwl_writelock error.. - Remove restriction of network buffer size being multiple of a tape block - Add rudimentary support for saving AFS acls.. - Send level before the fileset in estimate_cmd() like in backup() Bugs fixed/closed since last release: 1859 1872 1891 1892 1893 1897.. 28 June 2012 at 20:55 CET - , Kern.. 8 to Source Forge.. This release is identical to release 5.. 8, with the exception that the patch: "Apply readline without TERM_LIB dependency patch from bug #1871" has been removed because it is not portable to all systems or versions of readline.. 11 June 2012 at 20:15 CET - , Kern.. Release Notes for Bacula 5.. 8 Bacula code: Total files = 1,110 Total lines = 231,439 (Using SLOCCount) General: -------- The 5.. 8 version is a bug fix release.. 7, please read all the old ReleaseNotes of all versions released after the version you are upgrading from.. 8 Director and Storage daemons.. Changes since 5.. 7: -------------------- 10Jun12 - Apply readline without TERM_LIB dependency patch from bug #1871 - Ensure cancel status is set for canceled duplicate jobs -- partial fix for bug #1851 - Enhance Win32 error messages -- fixes bug #1879 - Apply patch from bug 1876 to permit dot commands in a runscript - Remove config variables from examples/devices fixes bug #1884 - Add more debug code for bug 1885 - Add more debug to block.. c when read rejected - Fail job that attempts to read from closed device -- reported in bug 1885 but not fixed - Detect Python 2.. 7 fixes bug #1888 - Apply systemd patch from bug #1886 - Rewrite some SD subroutines as class members - New overhaul of xattr code.. - Use IPPROTO_TCP for SOL_TCP if SOL_TCP isn't defined.. - Fix compiler warning.. Bugs fixed/closed since last release: 1851 1871 1879 1884 1886 1888.. 10 June 2012 at 12:04 CET - , Kern.. 7 Bacula code: Total files = 1,110 Total lines = 231,439 (Using SLOCCount) General: -------- The 5.. 7 version is a significan bug fix release.. (The diff file between 5.. 6 and this one is over 25,000 lines).. 3 Director and Storage daemons.. 6: -------------------- 02Jun12 - Correct Qt version needed for bat - Turn on SD deadlock detection by default - Fix bug #1880 ltdl.. m4 missing for new feature.. - Fix bug #1870 GNU binutils-gold build failure.. - Add new empty netinet/tcp.. h so Windows compile works - Eliminate compiler warning in stored/dircmd.. c - Fix TCP Heartbeat code - Align conio.. c struct at 8 bytes to fix Sparc bus error.. - Fix get_basename() -- rewrite - Apply James' exchange-fd.. c regression fix - Add first Dutch translation - Ensure that StorageId is updated after write - Fix updating of cached slots + error message numbering - Remove old shared objects before install - Add missing dummy bVarPrefixLinks variable retrieval.. - Fix mysql config for older versions of mysql+config.. - Fix problem in BVFS with concurrent queries - Add more checks to bvfs - Try to use multi-row insert statements for mysql.. - On some platforms intptr_t is in an other include file.. - Add support for fcntl(fd, F_CLOSEM) to close filedescriptors.. - Use closefrom if available instead of trying to close fds ourself.. - Fix class member shadowing.. - Move storages tls initialization to proper place.. - Fix Copyright on init scripts suse, add specific daemon user & group - Add support for new POSIX getaddrinfo interface.. - Apply MSQL detection fixes from bug #1829 - Fix bug #1805 cannot specify hostname in.. /configure - Fix restore_job restore keyword - Allow plugin to backup a directory - Print seconds in schedule time as noted in bug #1854 - Fix #1857 about restore cd command that blocks on empty directory - Backport new StorageId code - More definitive fix for update slots bug - Fix #4062 on make_catalog_backup.. pl script when user/password are empty - Fix bug #1853: bacula-sd dead but pid file exists.. - Fix bug #1841 estimate command level=differential goes wrong in accurate mode.. - Fix bug #1842 Incorrect port number reported - Fix bug #1848 bsock.. c:335 Socket has errors=1 on call to client - Force the re-initialization of BaseJobOpts, AccurateOpts and VerifyOpts between two Include{} Bugs fixed/closed since last release: 1805 1829 1841 1842 1848 1853 1854 1857 1870 1874 1880 4062.. 2 June 2012 at 13:01 CET - , Kern..

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  • Title: Bacula, the Open Source, Network Backup Tool for Linux, Unix, and Windows
    Descriptive info: Bacula Screenshots.. Even though Bacula himself is mostly a console based program, many GUIs are available.. BAT (Bacula Admin Tool).. Bweb (Bacula Web interface)..

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  • Title: What is Bacula?
    Descriptive info: Next:.. New Features in 5.. x.. Up:.. Bacula Main Reference.. Previous:.. Contents.. Index.. Subsections.. Who Needs Bacula?.. Bacula Components or Services.. Bacula Director.. Bacula Console.. Bacula File.. Bacula Storage.. Catalog.. Bacula Monitor.. Bacula Configuration.. Conventions Used in this Document.. Quick Start.. Terminology.. What Bacula is Not.. Interactions Between the Bacula Services.. Bacula is a set of computer programs that permits the system administrator to manage backup, recovery, and verification of computer data across a network of computers of different kinds.. Bacula can also run entirely upon a single computer and can backup to various types of media, including tape and disk.. In technical terms, it is a network Client/Server based backup program.. Due to its modular design, Bacula is scalable from small single computer systems to systems consisting of hundreds of computers located over a large network.. If you are currently using a program such as tar, dump, or bru to backup your computer data, and you would like a network solution, more flexibility, or catalog services, Bacula will most likely provide the additional features you want.. However, if you are new to Unix systems or do not have offsetting experience with a sophisticated backup package, the Bacula project does not recommend using Bacula as it is much more difficult to setup and use than tar or dump.. If you want Bacula to behave like the above mentioned simple programs and write over any tape that you put in the drive, then you will find working with Bacula difficult.. Bacula is designed to protect your data following the rules you specify, and this means reusing a tape only as the last resort.. It is possible to "force" Bacula to write over any tape in the drive, but it is easier and more efficient to use a simpler program for that kind of operation.. If you would like a backup program that can write to multiple volumes (i.. e.. is not limited by your tape drive capacity), Bacula can most likely fill your needs.. In addition, quite a number of Bacula users report that Bacula is simpler to setup and use than other equivalent programs.. If you are currently using a sophisticated commercial package such as Legato Networker.. ARCserveIT, Arkeia, or PerfectBackup+, you may be interested in Bacula, which provides many of the same features and is free software available under the GNU Version 2 software license.. Bacula is made up of the following five major components or services: Director, Console, File, Storage, and Monitor services.. (thanks to Aristedes Maniatis for this graphic and the one below).. Bacula Director.. The Bacula Director service is the program that supervises all the backup, restore, verify and archive operations.. The system administrator uses the Bacula Director to schedule backups and to recover files.. For more details see the Director Services Daemon Design Document in the Bacula Developer's Guide.. The Director runs as a daemon (or service) in the background.. The Bacula Console service is the program that allows the administrator or user to communicate with the Bacula Director Currently, the Bacula Console is available in three versions: text-based console interface, QT-based interface, and a wxWidgets graphical interface.. The first and simplest is to run the Console program in a shell window (i.. TTY interface).. Most system administrators will find this completely adequate.. The second version is a GNOME GUI interface that is far from complete, but quite functional as it has most the capabilities of the shell Console.. The third version is a wxWidgets GUI with an interactive file restore.. It also has most of the capabilities of the shell console, allows command completion with tabulation, and gives you instant help about the command you are typing.. For more details see the Bacula Console Design Document_ConsoleChapter.. Bacula File.. The Bacula File service (also known as the Client program) is the software program that is installed on the machine to be backed up.. It is specific to the operating system on which it runs and is responsible for providing the file attributes and data when requested by the Director.. The File services are also responsible for the file system dependent part of restoring the file attributes and data during a recovery operation.. For more details see the File Services Daemon Design Document in the Bacula Developer's Guide.. This program runs as a daemon on the machine to be backed up.. In addition to Unix/Linux File daemons, there is a Windows File daemon (normally distributed in binary format).. The Windows File daemon runs on current Windows versions (NT, 2000, XP, 2003, and possibly Me and 98).. Bacula Storage.. The Bacula Storage services consist of the software programs that perform the storage and recovery of the file attributes and data to the physical backup media or volumes.. In other words, the Storage daemon is responsible for reading and writing your tapes (or other storage media, e.. g.. files).. For more details see the Storage Services Daemon Design Document in the Bacula Developer's Guide.. The Storage services runs as a daemon on the machine that has the backup device (usually a tape drive).. Catalog.. The Catalog services are comprised of the software programs responsible for maintaining the file indexes and volume databases for all files backed up.. The Catalog services permit the system administrator or user to quickly locate and restore any desired file.. The Catalog services sets Bacula apart from simple backup programs like tar and bru, because the catalog maintains a record of all Volumes used, all Jobs run, and all Files saved, permitting efficient restoration and Volume management.. Bacula currently supports three different databases, MySQL, PostgreSQL, and SQLite, one of which must be chosen when building Bacula.. The three SQL databases currently supported (MySQL, PostgreSQL or SQLite) provide quite a number of features, including rapid indexing, arbitrary queries, and security.. Although the Bacula project plans to support other major SQL databases, the current Bacula implementation interfaces only to MySQL, PostgreSQL and SQLite.. For the technical and porting details see the Catalog Services Design Document in the developer's documented.. The packages for MySQL and PostgreSQL are available for several operating systems.. Alternatively, installing from the source is quite easy, see the Installing and Configuring MySQLMySqlChapter chapter of this document for the details.. For more information on MySQL, please see: www.. mysql.. comhttp://www.. Or see the Installing and Configuring PostgreSQLPostgreSqlChapter chapter of this document for the details.. For more information on PostgreSQL, please see: www.. postgresql.. orghttp://www.. org.. Configuring and building SQLite is even easier.. For the details of configuring SQLite, please see the Installing and Configuring SQLiteSqlLiteChapter chapter of this document.. Bacula Monitor.. A Bacula Monitor service is the program that allows the administrator or user to watch current status of Bacula Directors, Bacula File Daemons and Bacula Storage Daemons.. Currently, only a GTK+ version is available, which works with GNOME, KDE, or any window manager that supports the FreeDesktop.. org system tray standard.. To perform a successful save or restore, the following four daemons must be configured and running: the Director daemon, the File daemon, the Storage daemon, and the Catalog service (MySQL, PostgreSQL or SQLite).. In order for Bacula to understand your system, what clients you want backed up and how, you must create a number of configuration  ...   the Bacula Job will be scheduled for execution.. To use the Schedule, the Job resource will refer to the name of the Schedule.. For more details, see the Schedule Resource definitionScheduleResource in the Director chapter of this document.. Service.. This is a program that remains permanently in memory awaiting instructions.. In Unix environments, services are also known as.. daemons.. Storage Coordinates.. The information returned from the Storage Services that uniquely locates a file on a backup medium.. It consists of two parts: one part pertains to each file saved, and the other part pertains to the whole Job.. Normally, this information is saved in the Catalog so that the user doesn't need specific knowledge of the Storage Coordinates.. The Storage Coordinates include the File Attributes (see above) plus the unique location of the information on the backup Volume.. Storage Daemon.. The Storage daemon, sometimes referred to as the SD, is the code that writes the attributes and data to a storage Volume (usually a tape or disk).. Session.. Normally refers to the internal conversation between the File daemon and the Storage daemon.. The File daemon opens a.. session.. with the Storage daemon to save a FileSet or to restore it.. A session has a one-to-one correspondence to a Bacula Job (see above).. Verify.. A verify is a job that compares the current file attributes to the attributes that have previously been stored in the Bacula Catalog.. This feature can be used for detecting changes to critical system files similar to what a file integrity checker like Tripwire does.. One of the major advantages of using Bacula to do this is that on the machine you want protected such as a server, you can run just the File daemon, and the Director, Storage daemon, and Catalog reside on a different machine.. As a consequence, if your server is ever compromised, it is unlikely that your verification database will be tampered with.. Verify can also be used to check that the most recent Job data written to a Volume agrees with what is stored in the Catalog (i.. it compares the file attributes), *or it can check the Volume contents against the original files on disk.. *Archive.. An Archive operation is done after a Save, and it consists of removing the Volumes on which data is saved from active use.. These Volumes are marked as Archived, and may no longer be used to save files.. All the files contained on an Archived Volume are removed from the Catalog.. NOT YET IMPLEMENTED.. Retention Period.. There are various kinds of retention periods that Bacula recognizes.. The most important are the.. File.. Retention Period,.. Retention Period, and the.. Volume.. Each of these retention periods applies to the time that specific records will be kept in the Catalog database.. This should not be confused with the time that the data saved to a Volume is valid.. The File Retention Period determines the time that File records are kept in the catalog database.. This period is important for two reasons: the first is that as long as File records remain in the database, you can "browse" the database with a console program and restore any individual file.. Once the File records are removed or pruned from the database, the individual files of a backup job can no longer be "browsed".. The second reason for carefully choosing the File Retention Period is because the volume of the database File records use the most storage space in the database.. As a consequence, you must ensure that regular "pruning" of the database file records is done to keep your database from growing too large.. (See the Console.. prune.. command for more details on this subject).. The Job Retention Period is the length of time that Job records will be kept in the database.. Note, all the File records are tied to the Job that saved those files.. The File records can be purged leaving the Job records.. In this case, information will be available about the jobs that ran, but not the details of the files that were backed up.. Normally, when a Job record is purged, all its File records will also be purged.. The Volume Retention Period is the minimum of time that a Volume will be kept before it is reused.. Bacula will normally never overwrite a Volume that contains the only backup copy of a file.. Under ideal conditions, the Catalog would retain entries for all files backed up for all current Volumes.. Once a Volume is overwritten, the files that were backed up on that Volume are automatically removed from the Catalog.. However, if there is a very large pool of Volumes or a Volume is never overwritten, the Catalog database may become enormous.. To keep the Catalog to a manageable size, the backup information should be removed from the Catalog after the defined File Retention Period.. Bacula provides the mechanisms for the catalog to be automatically pruned according to the retention periods defined.. Scan.. A Scan operation causes the contents of a Volume or a series of Volumes to be scanned.. These Volumes with the information on which files they contain are restored to the Bacula Catalog.. Once the information is restored to the Catalog, the files contained on those Volumes may be easily restored.. This function is particularly useful if certain Volumes or Jobs have exceeded their retention period and have been pruned or purged from the Catalog.. Scanning data from Volumes into the Catalog is done by using the.. bscan.. program.. See the bscan sectionbscan of the Bacula Utilities Chapter of this manual for more details.. A Volume is an archive unit, normally a tape or a named disk file where Bacula stores the data from one or more backup jobs.. All Bacula Volumes have a software label written to the Volume by Bacula so that it identifies what Volume it is really reading.. (Normally there should be no confusion with disk files, but with tapes, it is easy to mount the wrong one.. ).. Bacula is a backup, restore and verification program and is not a complete disaster recovery system in itself, but it can be a key part of one if you plan carefully and follow the instructions included in the Disaster RecoveryRescueChapter Chapter of this manual.. With proper planning, as mentioned in the Disaster Recovery chapter, Bacula can be a central component of your disaster recovery system.. For example, if you have created an emergency boot disk, and/or a Bacula Rescue disk to save the current partitioning information of your hard disk, and maintain a complete Bacula backup, it is possible to completely recover your system from "bare metal" that is starting from an empty disk.. If you have used the.. WriteBootstrap.. record in your job or some other means to save a valid bootstrap file, you will be able to use it to extract the necessary files (without using the catalog or manually searching for the files to restore).. The following block diagram shows the typical interactions between the Bacula Services for a backup job.. Each block represents in general a separate process (normally a daemon).. In general, the Director oversees the flow of information.. It also maintains the Catalog.. Kern Sibbald 2013-05-14..

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  • Title: The Current State of Bacula
    Descriptive info: System Requirements.. Released Version 3.. 3 and.. What is Implemented.. Advantages Over Other Backup Programs.. Current Implementation Restrictions.. Design Limitations or Restrictions.. Items to Note.. The Current State of Bacula.. In other words, what is and what is not currently implemented and functional.. Job Control.. Network backup/restore with centralized Director.. Internal scheduler for automatic JobJobDef execution.. Scheduling of multiple Jobs at the same time.. You may run one Job at a time or multiple simultaneous Jobs (sometimes called multiplexing).. Job sequencing using priorities.. ConsoleUADef interface to the Director allowing complete control.. A shell, Qt4 GUI, wxWidgets GUI and Web versions of the Console program are available.. Note, the Qt4 GUI program called the Bacula Administration tool or bat, offers many additional features over the shell program.. Security.. Verification of files previously cataloged, permitting a Tripwire like capability (system break-in detection).. CRAM-MD5 password authentication between each component (daemon).. Configurable TLS (SSL) communications encryptionCommEncryption between each component.. Configurable Data (on Volume) encryptionDataEncryption on a Client by Client basis.. Computation of MD5 or SHA1 signatures of the file data if requested.. Restore Features.. Restore of one or more files selected interactively either for the current backup or a backup prior to a specified time and date.. Restore of a complete system starting from bare metal.. This is mostly automated for Linux systems and partially automated for Solaris.. See Disaster Recovery Using BaculaRescueChapter.. This is also reported to work on Win2K/XP systems.. Listing and Restoration of files using stand-alone.. bls.. and.. bextract.. tool programs.. Among other things, this permits extraction of files when Bacula and/or the catalog are not available.. Note, the recommended way to restore files is using the restore command in the Console.. These programs are designed for use as a last resort.. Ability to restore the catalog database rapidly by using bootstrap files (previously saved).. Ability to recreate the catalog database by scanning backup Volumes using the.. SQL Catalog.. Catalog database facility for remembering Volumes, Pools, Jobs, and Files backed up.. Support for MySQL, PostgreSQL, and SQLite Catalog databases.. User extensible queries to the MySQL, PostgreSQL and SQLite databases.. Advanced Volume and Pool Management.. Labeled Volumes, preventing accidental overwriting (at least by Bacula).. Any number of Jobs and Clients can be backed up to a single Volume.. That is, you can backup and restore Linux, Unix, Sun, and Windows machines to the same Volume.. Multi-volume saves.. When a Volume is full,.. automatically requests the next Volume and continues the backup.. Pool and VolumePoolResource library management providing Volume flexibility (e.. monthly, weekly, daily Volume sets, Volume sets segregated by Client,.. ).. Machine independent Volume data format.. Linux, Solaris, and Windows clients can all be backed up to the same Volume if desired.. The Volume data format is upwards compatible so that old Volumes can always be read.. A flexible messageMessagesChapter handler including routing of messages from any daemon back to the Director and automatic email reporting.. Data spooling to disk during backup with subsequent write to tape from the spooled disk files.. This prevents tape "shoe shine" during Incremental/Differential backups.. Advanced Support for most Storage Devices.. Autochanger support using a simple shell interface that can interface to virtually any autoloader program.. A script for.. mtx.. is provided.. Support for autochanger barcodes - automatic tape labeling from barcodes.. Automatic support for multiple autochanger magazines either using barcodes or by reading the tapes.. Support for multiple drive autochangers.. Raw device backup/restore.. Restore must be to the same device.. All Volume blocks (approximately 64K bytes) contain a data checksum.. Migration support - move data from one Pool to another or one Volume to another.. Supports writing to DVD.. Multi-Operating System Support.. Programmed to handle arbitrarily long filenames and messages.. GZIP compression on a file by file basis done by the Client program if requested before network transit.. Saves and restores POSIX ACLs and Extended Attributes on most OSes if enabled..  ...   fast as another commercial application, probably because that application stores its catalog information in a large number of individual files rather than an SQL database as Bacula does.. Aside from several GUI administrative interfaces, Bacula has a comprehensive shell administrative interface, which allows the administrator to use tools such as ssh to administrate any part of Bacula from anywhere (even from home).. Bacula has a Rescue CD for Linux systems with the following features:.. You build it on your own system from scratch with one simple command: make - well, then make burn.. It uses your kernel.. It captures your current disk parameters and builds scripts that allow you to automatically repartition a disk and format it to put it back to what you had before.. It has a script that will restart your networking (with the right IP address).. It has a script to automatically mount your hard disks.. It has a full Bacula FD statically linked.. You can easily add additional data/programs,.. to the disk.. It is very unusual to attempt to restore two Jobs that ran simultaneously in a single restore, but if you do, please be aware that unless you had data spooling turned on and the spool file held the full contents of both Jobs during the backup, the restore will not work correctly.. In other terms, Bacula cannot restore two jobs in the same restore if the Jobs' data blocks were intermixed on the backup medium.. The problem is resolved by simply doing two restores, one for each Job.. Normally this can happen only if you manually enter specific JobIds to be restored in a single restore Job.. Bacula can generally restore any backup made from one client to any other client.. However, if the architecture is significantly different (i.. 32 bit architecture to 64 bit or Win32 to Unix), some restrictions may apply (e.. Solaris door files do not exist on other Unix/Linux machines; there are reports that Zlib compression written with 64 bit machines does not always read correctly on a 32 bit machine).. Names (resource names, Volume names, and such) defined in Bacula configuration files are limited to a fixed number of characters.. Currently the limit is defined as 127 characters.. Note, this does not apply to filenames, which may be arbitrarily long.. Command line input to some of the stand alone tools - e.. btape, bconsole is restricted to several hundred characters maximum.. Normally, this is not a restriction, except in the case of listing multiple Volume names for programs such as.. To avoid this command line length restriction, please use a.. bsr.. file to specify the Volume names.. Bacula configuration files for each of the components can be any length.. However, the length of an individual line is limited to 500 characters after which it is truncated.. If you need lines longer than 500 characters for directives such as ACLs where they permit a list of names are character strings simply specify multiple short lines repeating the directive on each line but with different list values.. Bacula's Differential and Incremental.. normal.. backups are based on time stamps.. Consequently, if you move files into an existing directory or move a whole directory into the backup fileset after a Full backup, those files will probably not be backed up by an Incremental save because they will have old dates.. This problem is corrected by using Accurate mode backups or by explicitly updating the date/time stamp on all moved files.. In older versions of Bacula (.. 3.. x), if you have over 4 billion file entries stored in your database, the database FileId is likely to overflow.. This limitation does not apply to current Bacula versions.. In non.. Accurate.. mode, files deleted after a Full save will be included in a restoration.. This is typical for most similar backup programs.. To avoid this, use Accurate mode backup..

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  • Title: Bacula, the Open Source, Network Backup Tool for Linux, Unix, and Windows
    Descriptive info: Add your testimonial.. The FreeBSD Diary.. Date:.. 07/03/2008.. Location:.. United States of America.. Organization Type:.. Non-Profit Organization.. Industry/Function:.. Consulting (Information Technology).. Organisation Size:.. 1.. Website:.. http://www.. freebsddiary.. Number of fd:.. 9.. GB/Month:.. 188.. Comments:.. Astrium Ltd.. 25/08/2011.. United Kingdom.. Corporation.. Aerospace / Aeronautical.. astrium.. eads.. net/.. 100.. 1000.. We are using Bacula to backup a number of elements.. One of them is the data from the SCOS 2000 application (the generic mission control system software of ESA).. We also backup multiple environments related to the deployment of the satellite ground segments.. Aside from that, we have a lot of projects being backed up via Bacula: R D and RADAR projects, FOC (Flight Operation Control, i.. satellite operation planning, as well as command and control of satellites), and more.. We do both full and incremental backup, as well as archives.. All in all, we re very satisfied with Bacula.. The software offers us a consistent, reliable, and powerful platform, and all of this without licencing costs.. NFanjeau and CCovemaeker.. Austin Photo Booth.. 08/11/2012.. Small Business.. Entertainment (Other).. http://photoboothrentalaustintexas.. 10.. 50.. Fail-safe database backup, a necessity in our industry, helps us manage all of our different gigs and clients in real time.. Netbuzzr.. 17/04/2012.. Germany.. Other.. Telecommunications.. http://netbuzzr.. 4.. We are using Bacula to backup a lot of highly sensitive data.. Until now we are very happy with Bacula, because there were no problem.. Great Work.. Kai Niekammer.. Global Change Research Center, Czech Academy of Sciences.. 01/12/2011.. Czech Republic.. Scientific Research.. 200.. czechglobe.. cz/.. 60.. 2200.. two separate Bacula systems - one used for laptops and desktops.. Second used for compute servers.. Into Action Treatment.. 27/02/2012.. Healthcare / Medicine.. http://drugrehabflorida.. co.. We have seen an enormous amount of growth from using Bacula and being able to manage all of our customers.. Thanks for the great program and peace of mind we get from using your program.. Pontis Corporation.. 19/03/2008.. Canada.. pontis.. biz.. 2500.. We have been running Bacula for our internal systems as well as for Oracle Applications system for one of our clients for more than 3 years now in setups with HP Ultrium autoloader and disk based backups.. Basically, Bacula is used to backup ERP system running Oracle cluster and Oracle Applications on 4 systems as well as dozen of other smaller systems and has been used to restore things on numerous occasions.. Having looked at other backups solutions to implement originally, we found Bacula to be a very mature product back in 2004 and it is also very important to notice that Bacula has been actively developed and supported ever since.. We want to express gratitude to Kern personally and to all developers who put in their hearts and minds into this great product.. Paul Tabashov.. CAEdevice.. 05/08/2010.. Italy.. Engineering.. CAEdevice.. net.. 5.. 800.. Bacula solved every backup need we had before.. Vienna University of Technology/IT Lab for Architecture and Spatial Planning.. 04/10/2011.. Austria.. Educational Institution.. Education / Training.. archlab.. tuwien.. ac.. at.. 3570.. We use Bacula since version 1.. 38 with great success.. CeSPI Universidad Nacional de La Plata.. 10/09/2010.. Argentina.. 5000.. cespi.. unlp.. edu.. ar.. 24.. 2846.. Llevamos dos a os usando Bacula sin ning n problema.. Disponemos principalmente de servidores Linux, aunque tenemos dos Windows (2003 y XP).. El CeSPI es un departamento dentro de la universidad, pero s que en otros departamentos m s tambi n usan Bacula.. We have used Bacula for two years now without any problem.. Our servers are mainly Linux, but we have two Windows (One 2003 and an XP).. CeSPI is a department of our university, but I know other departments are using Bacula too.. Capodarco S.. C.. S.. I.. 30/04/2008.. 2000.. sociale.. it.. 16.. 3852.. I use your software for backup all and it s work very well.. Daniele Eccher.. Worcester Polytechnic Institute.. Higher Education.. wpi.. 30.. 500.. Bacula gives us enterprise level features, without enterprise level  ...   - Bacula has outstanding flexibility to fit any needs.. - Bacula is extremely robust.. - Bacula can meet the most severe security needs.. - Bacula is the number 1 choice compared to any other commercial or OpenSource solution.. 10/11/2008.. 140.. 20.. 32315.. Bacula s worked very well for us for almost three years now - in that time we ve been through every major version since 1.. 38.. There s no obnoxious licensing requirements, mailing list support has been generally excellent and I can see no reason why we should use anything else.. James Cort.. UCS Universidade de Caxias do Sul.. 23/02/2011.. Brazil.. ucs.. br.. 95.. 3072.. We are using Bacula since 2005 with success.. Bacula is stable, reliable and robust.. We believe in open source philosophy, and Bacula is the best open source software to backup solution.. Thank you all Bacula developers.. Jeronimo Zucco.. Optilabs.. 07/04/2012.. Poland.. optilabs.. eu.. Bacula works great.. It makes backup easy.. We ve been using it from version 1.. Great job - congratulations to Bacula team!.. AZ Imballaggi.. 24/05/2012.. Manufacturing (General).. azimballaggi.. 220.. It works like charm.. Loaded the autochanger with barcoded media, and autolabel worked at first attempt.. extremely flexible to configure, robust and reliable.. to day we have never needed a restore.. :-).. FreeBounceHouse.. 24/12/2012.. http://freebouncehouse.. We appreciate Bacula a lot around here.. For all the events we do, there s a lot of data generated.. Every event has its details that can bog a server down.. Bacula makes it easy for us.. Can t beat it.. University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey.. 19/11/2010.. umdnj.. 14.. 13.. Just hit my 10,000th backup with Bacula.. Wanted to say thanks again for this piece of software.. Might have been initially a little tricky to set up, but it does the job day in and day out.. The weakest link in the process is the human that changes the tape (which is often me).. Ryan Novosielski.. 29/10/2008.. 4500.. Works well.. Some data sets backed up consist of many small files, others all large files, so far bacula can handle most everything we throw at it! In addition, it has by far the most complete and well written documentation of any open source system I ve ever used.. Bob Hetzel.. Netzen Solutions Ltd.. 21/03/2010.. netzensolutions.. 2.. 1895.. 2.. Netzen are a IT Consultancy / IT Support company based in the UK, we have been using Bacula for our clients backup for a number of years, we have used it in conjunction with a number of scripts to backup MS Exchange, MS SQL, MySQL, Samba Shares, LDAP Databases, SVN Repositories and large amounts of flat files normally from a number of Bacula File Daemons across a network of servers all backing up to one centralized LTO tape.. Bacula has proven to be a solid backup solution for our business our clients.. I would highly recommend Bacula for network backups think of it as a free open source version replacement for Veritas Netbackup.. IQTCUB.. 12/05/2011.. iqtc.. ub.. es.. 20000.. fun communications.. 20/03/2008.. fun.. de.. We are absolutely happy with Bacula as a backup solution for our company.. We have changed to Bacula coming from a professional commercial solution we were dissatisfied with (prices high, service low).. LIDP Consulting, Inc.. 29/08/2008.. Insurance.. lidp.. 1038.. I have been using Bacula for 6 months (3 months testing and 3 months in production).. It is a rock solid product.. I replaced Veritas Netbackup system with bacula.. The restores are much faster and Veritas.. I found that bacula was much easy to configure than Veritas.. Thanks to Kern and bacula team.. My Travel Insurance Reviews.. 03/11/2011.. Travel / Tourism / Lodging.. http://mytravelinsurancereviews.. 25.. We were able to expand and not worry about any loss of data along the way.. A huge relief for our business growth.. Univesity of Trieste Faculty of Medicine and Surgery.. 16/09/2010.. fmc.. units.. it/.. Arjuna Scagnetto..

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  • Title: System Requirements
    Descriptive info: Supported Operating Systems.. The Current State of.. System Requirements.. has been compiled and run on OpenSuSE Linux, FreeBSD, and Solaris systems.. It requires GNU C++ version 2.. 95 or higher to compile.. You can try with other compilers and older versions, but you are on your own.. We have successfully compiled and used Bacula using GNU C++ version 4.. 1.. 3.. Note, in general GNU C++ is a separate package (e.. RPM) from GNU C, so you need them both loaded.. On Red Hat systems, the C++ compiler is part of the.. gcc-c++.. rpm package.. There are certain third party packages that Bacula may need.. Except for MySQL and PostgreSQL, they can all be found in the.. depkgs.. depkgs1.. releases.. However, most current Linux and FreeBSD systems provide these as system packages.. The minimum versions for each of the databases supported by Bacula are:.. MySQL 4.. 1.. PostgreSQL 7.. 4.. SQLite 3.. If you want to build the Win32 binaries, please see the README.. mingw32 file in the src/win32 directory.. We cross-compile the Win32 release on Linux.. We provide documentation on building the Win32 version, but due to the complexity, you are pretty much on your own if you want to build it yourself.. requires a good implementation of  ...   or Unicode version of wxWidgetshttp://www.. wxwidgets.. org (2.. 6.. 1).. It works fine with the Windows and GTK+-2.. x version of wxWidgets, and should also work on other platforms supported by wxWidgets.. The Tray Monitor program is developed for GTK+-2.. It needs GNOME less or equal to 2.. 2, KDE greater or equal to 3.. 1 or any window manager supporting the FreeDesktop system tray standardhttp://www.. freedesktop.. org/Standards/systemtray-spec.. If you want to enable command line editing and history, you will need to have /usr/include/termcap.. h and either the termcap or the ncurses library loaded (libtermcap-devel or ncurses-devel).. If you want to use DVD as backup medium, you will need to download the dvd+rw-tools 5.. 21.. 4.. 10.. 8http://fy.. chalmers.. se/ appro/linux/DVD+RW/, apply the patch that is in the.. patches.. directory of the main source tree to make these tools compatible with Bacula, then compile and install them.. There is also a patch for dvd+rw-tools version 6.. 1, and we hope that the patch is integrated into a later version.. Do not use the dvd+rw-tools provided by your distribution, unless you are sure it contains the patch.. dvd+rw-tools without the patch will not work with Bacula.. DVD media is not recommended for serious or important backups because of its low reliability..

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  • Title: Supported Operating Systems
    Descriptive info: Supported Tape Drives.. Important notes.. Supported Operating Systems.. X.. Fully supported.. The are reported to work in many cases and the Community has committed code for them.. However they are not directly supported by the Bacula project, as we don't have the hardware.. Operating Systems.. Version.. Client.. Daemon.. Director.. Storage.. GNU/Linux.. All.. FreeBSD.. 5.. Solaris.. 8.. OpenSolaris.. MS Windows 32bit.. Win98/Me.. WinNT/2K.. XP.. 2008/Vista.. MS Windows 64bit.. MacOS X/Darwin.. OpenBSD.. NetBSD.. Irix.. True64.. AIX.. 4.. BSDI.. HPUX.. By GNU/Linux, we mean 32/64bit Gentoo, Red Hat, Fedora, Mandriva, Debian, OpenSuSE, Ubuntu, Kubuntu,.. For FreeBSD older than version 5.. 0, please see some.. important.. considerations in the Tape Modes on FreeBSDFreeBSDTapes section of the Tape Testing chapter of this manual.. MS Windows Director and  ...   Hat Linux system running the 2.. x kernel and you have the directory.. /lib/tls.. installed on your system (normally by default), bacula will.. NOT.. run.. This is the new pthreads library and it is defective.. You must remove this directory prior to running Bacula, or you can simply change the name to.. /lib/tls-broken.. ) then you must reboot your machine (one of the few times Linux must be rebooted).. If you are not able to remove/rename /lib/tls, an alternative is to set the environment variable "LD_ASSUME_KERNEL=2.. 19" prior to executing Bacula.. For this option, you do not need to reboot, and all programs other than Bacula will continue to use /lib/tls.. The above mentioned.. problem does not occur with Linux 2.. 6 kernels..

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  • Title: Supported Tape Drives
    Descriptive info: Getting Started with Bacula.. Unsupported Tape Drives.. FreeBSD Users Be Aware!!!.. Supported Autochangers.. Tape Specifications.. Supported Tape Drives.. Bacula uses standard operating system calls (read, write, ioctl) to interface to tape drives.. As a consequence, it relies on having a correctly written OS tape driver.. Bacula is known to work perfectly well with SCSI tape drivers on FreeBSD, Linux, Solaris, and Windows machines, and it may work on other *nix machines.. Recently there are many new drives that use IDE, ATAPI, or SATA interfaces rather than SCSI.. On Linux the OnStream drive, which uses the OSST driver is one such example, and it is known to work with Bacula.. In addition a number of such tape drives (i.. OS drivers) seem to work on Windows systems.. However, non-SCSI tape drives (other than the OnStream) that use ide-scis, ide-tape, or other non-scsi drivers do not function correctly with Bacula (or any other demanding tape application) as of today (April 2007).. If you have purchased a non-SCSI tape drive for use with Bacula on Linux, there is a good chance that it will not work.. We are working with the kernel developers to rectify this situation, but it will not be resolved in the near future.. Generally any modern tape drive (i.. after 2010) will work out of the box with Bacula using the standard Bacula Device specification in the bacula-sd.. conf file.. Even if your drive is on the list below, please check the Tape Testing Chapterbtape1 of this manual for procedures that you can use to verify if your tape drive will work with Bacula.. If your drive is in fixed block mode, it may appear to work with Bacula until you attempt to do a restore and Bacula wants to position the tape.. You can be sure only by following the procedures suggested above and testing.. It is very difficult to supply a list of supported tape drives, or drives that are known to work with Bacula because of limited feedback (so if you use Bacula on a different drive, please let us know).. Based on user feedback, the following drives are known to work with Bacula.. A dash in a column means unknown:.. OS.. Man.. Media.. Model.. Capacity.. -.. ADIC.. DLT.. Adic Scalar 100 DLT.. 100GB.. Adic Fastor 22 DLT.. FreeBSD 5.. 4-RELEASE-p1 amd64.. Certance.. LTO.. AdicCertance CL400 LTO Ultrium 2.. 200GB.. DDS.. Compaq DDS 2,3,4.. SuSE 8.. 1 Pro.. Compaq.. AIT.. Compaq AIT 35 LVD..  ...   data when Bacula spans tapes.. This is because the unpatched pthreads library fails to return a warning status to Bacula that the end of the tape is near.. This problem is fixed in FreeBSD systems released after 4.. Please see the Tape Testing ChapterFreeBSDTapes of this manual for.. information on how to configure your tape drive for compatibility with Bacula.. For information on supported autochangers, please see the Autochangers Known to Work with BaculaModels section of the Supported Autochangers chapter of this manual.. If you want to know what tape drive to buy that will work with Bacula, we really cannot tell you.. However, we can say that if you are going to buy a drive, you should try to avoid DDS drives.. The technology is rather old and DDS tape drives need frequent cleaning.. DLT drives are generally much better (newer technology) and do not need frequent cleaning.. Below, you will find a table of DLT and LTO tape specifications that will give you some idea of the capacity and speed of modern tapes.. The capacities that are listed are the native tape capacity without compression.. All modern drives have hardware compression, and manufacturers often list compressed capacity using a compression ration of 2:1.. The actual compression ratio will depend mostly on the data you have to backup, but I find that 1.. 5:1 is a much more reasonable number (i.. multiply the value shown in the table by 1.. 5 to get a rough average of what you will probably see).. The transfer rates are rounded to the nearest GB/hr.. All values are provided by various manufacturers.. The Media Type is what is designated by the manufacturers and you are not required to use (but you may) the same name in your Bacula conf resources.. Media Type.. Drive Type.. Media Capacity.. Transfer Rate.. DDS-1.. 2 GB.. ?? GB/hr.. DDS-2.. 4 GB.. DDS-3.. 12 GB.. 4 GB/hr.. Travan 40.. Travan.. 20 GB.. 11 GB/hr.. VXA-1.. Exabyte.. 33 GB.. DAT-72.. 36 GB.. 13 GB/hr.. DLT IV.. DLT8000.. 40 GB.. 22 GB/hr.. VXA-2.. 80 GB.. Half-high Ultrium 1.. LTO 1.. 100 GB.. 27 GB/hr.. Ultrium 1.. 54 GB/hr.. Super DLT 1.. SDLT 220.. 110 GB.. 40 GB/hr.. VXA-3.. 160 GB.. 43 GB/hr.. Super DLT I.. SDLT 320.. 58 GB/hr.. Ultrium 2.. LTO 2.. 200 GB.. 108 GB/hr.. Super DLT II.. SDLT 600.. 300 GB.. 127 GB/hr.. VXA-4.. 320 GB.. 86 GB/hr.. Ultrium 3.. LTO 3.. 400 GB.. 216 GB/hr..

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  • Title: Supported Autochangers
    Descriptive info: Data Spooling.. Bacula Autochanger Interface.. Supported Autochangers.. I hesitate to call these "supported" autochangers because the only autochangers that I have in my possession and am able to test are the HP SureStore DAT40X6 and the Overland PowerLoader LTO-2.. All the other autochangers have been reported to work by Bacula users.. Note, in the Capacity/Slot column below, I quote the Compressed capacity per tape (or Slot).. Since on most systems (other than FreeBSD), Bacula uses.. through the.. mtx-changer.. script, in principle, if.. will operate your changer correctly, then it is just a question of adapting the.. script (or selecting one already adapted) for proper interfacing.. You can find a list of autochangers supported by.. at the following link: http://mtx.. opensource-sw.. net/compatibility.. php http://mtx.. php.. The home page for the.. project can be  ...   PacketLoader 1x10 2U.. 10.. 80/160GB.. Magnum 1x7 LTO Tape Auotloader.. 200/400GB.. AIT-2.. 215A.. 15 (2 drives).. 50GB.. SureStore DAT-40X6.. 6.. 40GB.. Ultrium-2/LTO.. MSL 6000/ 60030/ 5052.. 28.. A4853 DLT.. 30.. 40/70GB.. HP (Compaq).. DLT VI.. Compaq TL-895.. 96+4 import export.. z/VM.. IBM Tape Manager.. native tape.. IBM 3581 Ultrium Tape Loader.. IBM 3502-R14 - rebranded ATL L-500.. 14.. ???.. IBM TotalStorage 3582L23.. Debian.. Overland LoaderXpress LTO/DLT8000.. 10-19.. 40-100GB.. Fedora.. Overland PowerLoader LTO-2.. 4-Stable.. Overland Powerloader tape.. 17.. Overland Neo2000 LTO.. 26-30.. DLT-S4.. Superloader 3.. 16.. 800/1600GB.. LTO-3.. PX502.. QUALSTAR TLS-4210 (Qualstar).. AIT1: 36GB, AIT2: 50GB all uncomp.. QUALSTAR TLS-4210.. Skydata.. ATL-L200.. 40/80.. TSL-11000.. LIB-304(SDX-500C).. AIT-3.. LIB-D81).. 9-STABLE.. TSL-SA300C.. 45/70GB.. Storagetek.. Timberwolf DLT.. 40/70.. ACSLS.. Sun.. 4mm DLT.. Sun Desktop Archive Python 29279.. VS 640.. 8?.. Linux 2.. Tandberg Data.. SLR100.. SLR100 Autoloader.. 50/100GB..

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  • Title: Bacula Copyright, Trademark, and Licenses
    Descriptive info: GNU Free Documentation License.. The Bootstrap File.. FDL.. GPL.. LGPL.. Public Domain.. Trademark.. Fiduciary License Agreement.. Disclaimer.. Bacula Copyright, Trademark, and Licenses.. There are a number of different licenses that are used in Bacula.. If you have a printed copy of this manual, the details of each of the licenses referred to in this chapter can be found in the online version of the manual at http://www.. The GNU Free Documentation License (FDL) is used for this manual, which is a free and open license.. This means that you may freely reproduce it and even make changes to it.. However, rather than distribute your own version of this manual, we would much prefer if you would send any corrections or changes to the Bacula project.. The most recent version of the manual can always be found online at http://www.. The vast bulk of the source code is released under the GNU Affero General Public License version 3.. GplChapter.. Most of this code is copyrighted: Copyright 2000-20013 Free Software Foundation Europe e.. V.. Portions may be copyrighted by other people.. These files are released under different licenses which are compatible with the Bacula AGPLv3 license.. Some of the Bacula library source code is released under the GNU Lesser General Public License.. LesserChapter This permits third parties to use these parts of our code in their proprietary  ...   to:.. Kern Sibbald.. Cotes-de-Montmoiret 9.. 1012 Lausanne.. Switzerland.. When you send in such a complete document, please notify me: kern at sibbald dot com.. NO WARRANTY.. BECAUSE THE PROGRAM IS LICENSED FREE OF CHARGE, THERE IS NO WARRANTY FOR THE PROGRAM, TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW.. EXCEPT WHEN OTHERWISE STATED IN WRITING THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND/OR OTHER PARTIES PROVIDE THE PROGRAM "AS IS" WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.. THE ENTIRE RISK AS TO THE QUALITY AND PERFORMANCE OF THE PROGRAM IS WITH YOU.. SHOULD THE PROGRAM PROVE DEFECTIVE, YOU ASSUME THE COST OF ALL NECESSARY SERVICING, REPAIR OR CORRECTION.. IN NO EVENT UNLESS REQUIRED BY APPLICABLE LAW OR AGREED TO IN WRITING WILL ANY COPYRIGHT HOLDER, OR ANY OTHER PARTY WHO MAY MODIFY AND/OR REDISTRIBUTE THE PROGRAM AS PERMITTED ABOVE, BE LIABLE TO YOU FOR DAMAGES, INCLUDING ANY GENERAL, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF THE USE OR INABILITY TO USE THE PROGRAM (INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO LOSS OF DATA OR DATA BEING RENDERED INACCURATE OR LOSSES SUSTAINED BY YOU OR THIRD PARTIES OR A FAILURE OF THE PROGRAM TO OPERATE WITH ANY OTHER PROGRAMS), EVEN IF SUCH HOLDER OR OTHER PARTY HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES..

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