Re: [Bacula-users] Identify corrupted volume files

2019-08-23 Thread José Queiroz
Thank you all for the help; "bls -j" (and a lot of shell scripting) done the job. Unfortunately, I lost many of my backup volumes. Thanks God, only backup files were affected. Em qui, 15 de ago de 2019 às 06:42, Martin Simmons escreveu: > bls -j will do some checks the volume without using the

Re: [Bacula-users] Identify corrupted volume files

2019-08-15 Thread Martin Simmons
bls -j will do some checks the volume without using the catalog and should detect corruption (see https://www.bacula.org/9.4.x-manuals/en/utility/Volume_Utility_Tools.html#SECTION00251000). __Martin > On Wed, 14 Aug 2019 16:48:35 -0300, José Queiroz said: > > Thanks for the

Re: [Bacula-users] Identify corrupted volume files

2019-08-14 Thread José Queiroz
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

Re: [Bacula-users] Identify corrupted volume files

2019-08-12 Thread Pedro Oliveira
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