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Getting Started with Bacula
1.1 Understanding Jobs and Schedules
1.2 Understanding Pools, Volumes and Labels
1.3 Setting Up Bacula Configuration Files
1.3.1 Configuring the Console Program
1.3.2 Configuring the Monitor Program
1.3.3 Configuring the File daemon
1.3.4 Configuring the Director
1.3.5 Configuring the Storage daemon
1.4 Testing your Configuration Files
1.5 Testing Compatibility with Your Tape Drive
1.6 Get Rid of the /lib/tls Directory
1.7 Running Bacula
1.8 Log Rotation
1.9 Log Watch
1.10 Disaster Recovery
Installing Bacula
2.1 Source Release Files
2.2 Upgrading Bacula
2.3 Releases Numbering
2.6 Building Bacula from Source
2.7 What Database to Use?
2.8 Quick Start
2.9 Configure Options
2.12 Solaris
2.13 FreeBSD
2.14 Win32
2.15 One File Configure Script
2.16 Installing Bacula
2.17 Building a File Daemon or Client
2.21 Modifying the Bacula Configuration Files
3.1 Critical Items
3.2 Recommended Items
Customizing the Configuration Files
4.1 Character Sets
4.2 Resource Directive Format
4.2.2 Upper and Lower Case and Spaces
4.2.3 Including other Configuration Files
4.2.4 Recognized Primitive Data Types
4.3 Resource Types
4.4 Names, Passwords and Authorization
4.5 Detailed Information for each Daemon
Configuring the Director
5.1 Director Resource Types
5.2 The Director Resource
5.3 The Job Resource
5.4 The JobDefs Resource
5.5 The Schedule Resource
5.6 Technical Notes on Schedules
5.7 The FileSet Resource
5.8 FileSet Examples
5.9 Backing up Raw Partitions
5.10 Excluding Files and Directories
5.11 Windows FileSets
5.12 Testing Your FileSet
5.13 The Client Resource
5.14 The Storage Resource
5.15 The Pool Resource
5.15.1 The Scratch Pool
5.16 The Catalog Resource
5.17 The Messages Resource
5.18 The Console Resource
5.19 The Counter Resource
5.20 Example Director Configuration File
Client/File daemon Configuration
6.1 The Client Resource
6.2 The Director Resource
6.3 The Message Resource
6.4 Example Client Configuration File
Storage Daemon Configuration
7.1 Storage Resource
7.2 Director Resource
Director {
7.3 Device Resource
7.4 Edit Codes for Mount and Unmount Directives
7.5 Devices that require a mount (DVD)
Autochanger Resource
Autochanger resource
8.1 Capabilities
8.2 Messages Resource
8.3 Sample Storage Daemon Configuration File
Messages Resource
Console Configuration
10.1 General
10.2 The Director Resource
10.3 The ConsoleFont Resource
10.4 The Console Resource
10.5 Console Commands
10.6 Sample Console Configuration File
Monitor Configuration
11.1 The Monitor Resource
11.2 The Director Resource
11.3 The Client Resource
11.4 The Storage Resource
11.5 Tray Monitor Security
11.6 Sample Tray Monitor configuration
11.6.1 Sample File daemon’s Director record
11.6.2 Sample Storage daemon’s Director record
11.6.3 Sample Director’s Console record
Bacula Security Issues
12.1 Backward Compatibility
12.2 Configuring and Testing TCP Wrappers
12.3 Running as non-root
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