The answer to your question was already provided by Aldolf in citing Phil's email, but just to confirm: yes building some of the Storage Daemon tools requires information about the catalog database you are using.

Best regards,

Kern


On 02/12/2018 06:40 PM, Shawn Rappaport wrote:
Thank you for the advice, Tilman! I tried to configure just the SD on the 
storage server by using this command:
CFLAGS="-g -Wall" ./configure --sysconfdir=/etc/bacula 
--with-scriptdir=/etc/bacula --enable-smartalloc --with-working-dir=/var/bacula 
--with-pid-dir=/var/run --enable-readline --disable-build-dird

However, it says:
You have not specified either --enable-client-only or one of the
supported databases: MySQL, PostgreSQL, or SQLite3.
This is not permitted. Please reconfigure.

Do I need to install MySQL and use --with-mysql even if I only want the SD?

--Shawn


On 2/10/18, 8:38 AM, "Tilman Schmidt" <til...@imap.cc> wrote:

     Am 10.02.2018 um 01:50 schrieb Shawn Rappaport:
     > I currently have a CentOS 7 server set up with
     > [...] the Dir, SD and MySQL running on the
     > same server in our Las Vegas datacenter. [...]
     > We have four locations (including Las Vegas) and each location has its
     > own CentOS 7 server with a bunch of storage dedicated for storing
     > backups. I would like to keep the Director running on the server in Las
     > Vegas but have backups for each location’s clients go to their
     > respective storage servers rather than over the WAN to the Director
     > server in Las Vegas.
     >
     > What is needed to accomplish this? Do I need to install Bacula with SD
     > on each of the storage servers?
Yes. More precisely, you need to install *just* the SD on each of the
     storage servers. (Plus the FD if you also want to back up data residing
     on the storage server itself.)
> If so, how do I let the Director know
     > about the other SD servers
Just add for each of them a Storage definition to your director
     configuration, giving the correct Address at which the director can
     reach it. Make sure any intervening firewalls allow access from the
     director to TCP port 9103 of the SD. Also make sure the Storage
     resources are named uniquely across all SDs.
> and then configure the clients to back up
     > their data to a specific SD server for each location?
Just add to every Job definition a Storage line giving the name of a
     storage residing on the correct SD for the client backed up by that job.
HTH
     Tilman
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