Thanks for the response, Pedro and Heitor. Some of these volumes were recent, but most of them were historical, and were purged/pruned from the catalogs. Is there a way to verify them without using the catalogs? In fact, I only need to know if the volumes are consistent/readable.
Em seg, 12 de ago de 2019 às 17:20, Pedro Oliveira <oliveira...@gmail.com> escreveu: > Hi Jose, > > you can create a new verify job and check the catalog against the disk or > create a script and use the bscan and bls volume utility tools, please > check the following urls: > > *Verify*Run a verify Job. In general, *verify* jobs permit you to compare > the contents of the catalog to the file system, or to what was backed up. > In addition, to verifying that a tape that was written can be read, you can > also use *verify* as a sort of tripwire intrusion detection. > > For a *Verify* Job, the Level may be one of the following: > > *DiskToCatalog*This level causes Bacula to read the files as they > currently are on disk, and to compare the current file attributes with the > attributes saved in the catalog from the last backup for the job specified > on the *VerifyJob* directive. This level differs from the > *VolumeToCatalog* level described above by the fact that it doesn't > compare against a previous Verify job but against a previous backup. When > you run this level, you must supply the verify options on your Include > statements. Those options determine what attribute fields are compared. > > This command can be very useful if you have disk problems because it will > compare the current state of your disk against the last successful backup, > which may be several jobs. > > > https://www.bacula.org/9.4.x-manuals/en/main/New_Features_in_7_4_0.html#SECTION00621000000000000000 > > > https://www.bacula.org/9.4.x-manuals/en/utility/Volume_Utility_Tools.html#SECTION00271000000000000000 > > Best > Pedro > > José Queiroz <zekk...@gmail.com> escreveu no dia segunda, 12/08/2019 à(s) > 19:22: > >> Hi, >> >> I had a massive disk fault that corrupted some of my backup volumes. >> As I'm very short on disk space, I want to find which of the volumes were >> affected by the disk fault, to discard them. >> Is there any tool I can use to do that? >> >> Thanks in advance. >> _______________________________________________ >> Bacula-users mailing list >> Baculaemail@example.com >> https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/bacula-users >> > > > -- > -- > Cumprimentos, > > Pedro Oliveira > > Rua Antonio Botto | Nº 23 | 1º A | 2950-565 Quinta do Anjo > > tel +351 218 440 100 | mobile +351 916 111 464 > > website <http://www.pedroliveira.pt/> | > <http://www.facebook.com/oliveiraped> > <http://www.linkedin.com/in/oliveiraped> > > > *Aviso de Confidencialidade:* Esta mensagem é exclusivamente destinada ao > seu destinatário, podendo conter informação CONFIDENCIAL, cuja divulgação > está expressamente vedada nos termos da lei. Caso tenha recepcionado > indevidamente esta mensagem, solicitamos-lhe que nos comunique esse mesmo > facto por esta via ou para o telefone +351 916111464 devendo apagar o seu > conteúdo de imediato. > > This message is intended exclusively for its addressee. It may contain > CONFIDENTIAL information protected by law. If this message has been > received by error, please notify us via e-mail or by telephone > +351916111464 and delete it immediately. > > >
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