[Bacula-users] Bacula-Web project: Newsletter subscription available

2011-10-24 Thread bacula-dev
Dear all, I'm proud to announce you that from now, you're able to subscribe to the Bacula-Web's newsletter. The online subscription form is available through the link below http://bacula-web.dflc.ch/index.php/newsletter.html As usual, any feedback is welcome Best regards Davide Bacula-Web

Re: [Bacula-users] Wildcards problem

2011-10-24 Thread Dimitri Gourdon
Hi, So i have tried your suggestions, so my fileset is now like that : FileSet { Name = X Include { Options { signature = SHA1 compression=GZIP wilddir = /data/backup/DB-ADMIN*/ } File = /data/backup } } And it don't work as expected ! I've also

Re: [Bacula-users] Wildcards problem

2011-10-24 Thread Ben Walton
Excerpts from Dimitri Gourdon's message of Mon Oct 24 07:34:53 -0400 2011: Hi Dimitri, FileSet { Name = X Include { Options { signature = SHA1 compression=GZIP wilddir = /data/backup/DB-ADMIN*/ } File = /data/backup } } You're not

Re: [Bacula-users] Wildcards problem

2011-10-24 Thread Dimitri Gourdon
But I don't want to exclude directories like /data/backup/DB-ADMIN* , I want to backup only them ! (not the other files in /data/backup) Le 24/10/2011 15:12, Ben Walton a écrit : Excerpts from Dimitri Gourdon's message of Mon Oct 24 07:34:53 -0400 2011: Hi Dimitri, FileSet { Name =

Re: [Bacula-users] Wildcards problem

2011-10-24 Thread Ben Walton
Excerpts from Dimitri Gourdon's message of Mon Oct 24 09:24:25 -0400 2011: But I don't want to exclude directories like /data/backup/DB-ADMIN* , I want to backup only them ! (not the other files in /data/backup) I'm sorry, you're right. I'd forgotten some of the details and didn't pay enough

Re: [Bacula-users] Wildcards problem

2011-10-24 Thread R . Lindner
Hi, So i have tried your suggestions, so my fileset is now like that : FileSet { Name = X Include { Options { signature = SHA1 compression=GZIP wilddir = /data/backup/DB-ADMIN*/ } File = /data/backup } } And it don't work as

Re: [Bacula-users] How to write one job to two storage devices simultaneously

2011-10-24 Thread Oliver Hoffmann
On 10/21/11 04:49, Rushdhi Mohamed wrote: How to write one job to two storage devices simultaneously?? Bacula does not - yet - have this capability. I have a large amount of data to backup and I choose Bacula to automate them. I have to storage devices one is NAS and other one is

Re: [Bacula-users] How to write one job to two storage devices simultaneously

2011-10-24 Thread Alan Brown
Phil Stracchino wrote: The NAS will be VERY much faster than the tape drive. Are you sure about that? My LTO5s make 160Mb/s+ and I've yet to see a non-SSD NAS which can match them. -- The demand for IT networking

Re: [Bacula-users] How to write one job to two storage devices simultaneously

2011-10-24 Thread Phil Stracchino
On 10/24/11 11:05, Alan Brown wrote: Phil Stracchino wrote: The NAS will be VERY much faster than the tape drive. Are you sure about that? My LTO5s make 160Mb/s+ and I've yet to see a non-SSD NAS which can match them. Actually, someone else asked the same in email. So let me reword

[Bacula-users] restore windows problem

2011-10-24 Thread slw1953
I am trying to restore some Windows file from a specfic directory. After specifying data and host, bacula comes back with the $, at which time I first say: $ umark all Then I try to see all the file systems that have been backed up: $ ls C:\/ E:\/ F:\/ G:\/ H:\/ I:\/ $ I have tried every

Re: [Bacula-users] restore windows problem

2011-10-24 Thread Konstantin Khomoutov
On Mon, Oct 24, 2011 at 02:05:06PM -0700, slw1953 wrote: I am trying to restore some Windows file from a specfic directory. After specifying data and host, bacula comes back with the $, at which time I first say: $ umark all Then I try to see all the file systems that have been backed