Bill, Thanks for the insight. I believe that did the trick.
I purged, then deleted, 6 (empty) volumes, to get the list down to three. The next run automatically generated a volume named according to the configured format, and did not request manual label.
Many thanks! -Bruce
Hello Bruce, I see this in your Pool: ----8<---- Maximum Volumes = 4 ----8<---- Check the backup log. Newer versions of Bacula will tell you something along the lines of "Maximum volumes in pool reached, cannot create a new volume", and then you will get the mount/label request. Also, in bconsole: * list pools Will probably show that this pool has 4 volumes of 4 max. * list media pool=FrancoFull Will probably show that the 4 volumes are either 'Full' or 'Used' BTW, this limit is only respected for automatic operations. Bacula will allow you to create more volumes in a pool manually. Note: I see the volume you manually created is #0001, so my theory may not track here and we will need more information. Best regards, Bill -- Bill Arlofski w...@protonmail.com
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