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Bacula Daily Job Summary Email report

By default, Bacula is configured to send an email report for every Job that runs (Backup, Restore, Copy, Migration, Admin, Verify). The subject of each email indicates the status of the Job (OK, OK — with warnings, Failed, etc), but if you manage a large Bacula infrastructure, and you are running 2,000, 3,000, or more…

Bacula Release 11.0.5

We are pleased to announce the release of Bacula version 11.0.5 to both the Bacula website (www.bacula.org) and to SourceForge. Thank you for using Bacula. This is a major new release with many new features and a number of changes. Please take care to test this code carefully before putting it into production. Although the […]

Bacula Release 11.0.4

We are pleased to announce the release of Bacula version 11.0.4 to both the Bacula website (www.bacula.org) and to SourceForge. Thank you for using Bacula. This is a major new release with many new features and a number of changes. Please take care to test this code carefully before putting it into production. Although the […]

Bacula Release 11.0.3

We are pleased to announce the release of Bacula version 11.0.3 to both the Bacula website (www.bacula.org) and to SourceForge. Thank you for using Bacula. This is a major new release with many new features and a number of changes. Please take care to test this code carefully before putting it into production. Although the […]

Bacula Release 11.0.2

We are pleased to announce the release of Bacula version 11.0.2 to both the Bacula website (www.bacula.org) and to SourceForge. Thank you for using Bacula. This is a major new release with many new features and a number of changes. Please take care to test this code carefully before putting it into production. Although the […]

Bacula Release 11.0.1

We are pleased to announce the release of Bacula version 11.0.1 to both the Bacula website (www.bacula.org) and to SourceForge.

This is a major new release with many new features and a number of
changes. Please take care to test this code carefully before putting it into
production. Although the new features have been tested, they have not run in a
production environment.

Compatibility:

As always, both the Director and Storage daemon(s) must be upgraded at
the same time. Any File daemon running on the same machine as a Director
or Storage daemon must be of the same version.

Bacula Release 9.6.6

We are pleased to announce the release of Bacula version 9.6.6 to both the Bacula website (www.bacula.org) and to SourceForge.

This is a minor bug fix release. Unless there is some new major bug found,this will be the last of the 9.6.x releases. The next release major release (a really big one) is currently scheduled for December. More about this in a subsequent status report …

18Sep20
– baculum: Fix displaying date and time on volume view page
– baculum: Fix #2564 changing volume status to Read-Only
– baculum: Fix saving multicombobox control values
– baculum: Fix multicombobox and multitextbox controls to work with PHP 7.4

Bacula Release 9.6.5

This is a major security and bug fix release. We suggest everyone to upgrade as soon as possible. Note it replaces version 9.6.4, which was withdrawn due to some incorrect copyrights and some missing image files.

One significant improvement is for the AWS S3 cloud driver. First the ode base has been brought much closer to the Enterprise version (still a long ways to go). Second is that the community code now uses the latest version of libs3 as maintained by Bacula Systems. The libs3 code is available as a tar file for Bacula version 9.6.4 at:

www.bacula.org/downloads/libs3-20200523.tar.gz

Version 9.6.5 must be compiled with the above libs3 version or later.

Bacula Release 9.6.3

This is a minor new release with several new features and a number of bug
fixes. The catalog datbase format remains unchanged from the 9.4.4 release

Note: Release-9.6.0 had a build error when using readline, and Release-9.6.1
had an inappropriate file size for the readline history file, so both releases
have been withdrawn.

Major Baculum New Features:
– SELinux support
– New graph types
– Graphical client status
– Graphical running job status
– Capability to start, stop and restart components

Bacula Release 9.4.4

This is a bug fix release to 9.4.3. It includes some fixes that fix bad data records in Copy/Migration jobs or problems doing restores of Copy/Migration jobs.

28May19
– rpm: Fix mysql dependency for bacula-postgresql
– Fix bug 2476 — copy/migration jobs fail when waiting for a new Volume
– Add copy-jobspan-label-wait-test to do_all
– Add two new regression tests submitted by Martin Simmons for bug 2476
– Remove bacula32.def and bacula64.def.
– Add Michael Narigon as author for Mac heap implementation
– Add tests/restart-jobmedia-test to do_all
– Allow to hangup/blowup inside a file for tests
slash – fix suggested by vondi

About the author

Rob Morrison

Rob Morrison started his IT career with Silicon Graphics in Switzerland, which developed into a wide variety of IT management roles for almost 10 years. He has subsequently held various management positions in professional open source companies such as JBoss, Red Hat and Pentaho, contributing to the growth of these well-known companies. He is a graduate of Plymouth University and holds an Digital Media and Communications BSc Honours degree, and completed an Overseas Studies Program.