Common Bacula utilities
Bacula is a set of programs that allow you to manage the backup,
recovery, and verification of computer data across a network of
different computers. It is based on a client/server architecture.
Your best bet to get Bacula compiled and running is
to read the online manual at:
You will save yourself a lot of pain if you read
the manual -- it is online at the above site.
Barring reading the manual, you might try the
To Configure it:
CFLAGS="-g -O2" \
This directory contains example Device resource
definitions that are known to work for various
In general, you can set the Name record
and the Media Type to anything you want, but
they must correspond with what you have in your
Director's config file.
The Archive Device must be changed to agree
with your physical device depending on the system
and the drive.
There are many other
# It's more or less untested, though.
# Submitted by Arno Lehmann <firstname.lastname@example.org>
run ./configure with your usual options at the toplevel. Afterwards, use
'make' to create your binaries.
If you encounter problems, you'll have to setup the Bacula source manually.
Note that check_bacula does not support TLS and is an unsupported add-on to
Bacula. Even if it's not part of the core Bacula pr
BSMTP(1) Network backup, recovery and verification BSMTP(1)
bsmtp - Bacula'
Bacula - The Net
BTRACEBACK(1) Network backup, recovery and verificationBTRACEBACK(1)
btraceback - wr
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