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Bacula’s XenServer Backup Software

Citrix is a complex virtualization management platform that boasts an impressive list of features and functions. As with any virtualization management system, it’s highly recommended to have some sort of backup system in place to have a copy of your data as a safety measure. Fortunately, Citrix XenServer backup solutions also include the capabilities to […]

Proxmox Backup Solutions: types and nuances

Built-in Proxmox backup solutions Backup systems are often considered to be one of the most important parts of the company’s IT infrastructure in general, and for a good reason. The risk of losing or exposing at least some of the company’s data could mean drastic consequences for the majority of companies, no matter their size. […]

Bacula’s Free Incremental Backup Tool.

Before jumping into the discussion about differences between differential and incremental backups, we have to go over their so-called predecessor – the first backup type called “full backup”. Full backup Full backup is probably the most well-known backup level, probably because it is the most straightforward of them all. Full backup creates a copy of […]

Bacula’s Free Backup Software For NAS

Network Attached Storage (NAS) is a sophisticated technology that can be connected either to your home network or to the office network. As with almost any normal storage, NAS is capable of storing all kinds of different files, including photos, videos, music, text documents, and so on. At the same time, NAS is accessible via […]

Bacula’s Free Remote Backup Software

Data backup as a process is (or should be!) a critical part of an organization’s system, making sure that full data recovery is always possible if something happens that results in data loss. There are a plethora of different events and situations that may result in a company losing some or all of its data, […]

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’s Free PostgreSQL Backup Software

PostgreSQL is an enterprise-level relational database with open source code that supports JSON and SQL querying. This database management system has been around for more than 24 years and was supported by the vast support of the community for the majority of that time. One of the most popular PostgreSQL use cases is to act […]

Bacula’s Free Oracle Backup Software

The purpose of any backup and recovery strategy is data safety, as well as the ability to restore (and quickly enough) if needed. The same goes for Oracle databases. Creating a backup and recovery system is necessary to protect the contents of Oracle databases. There are a number of tasks that backup administration personnel are […]

Bacula’s Free Exchange Backup Software

While the importance of backing up sensitive and important company’s data is undisputed, Bacula in any case recommends performing backups of your other data types – MS Exchange servers and their contents, for example. This prevents you from losing both the system data and your mailbox’s contents if your Exchange server suddenly encounters some sort […]

Technical Considerations of a KVM Backup Process

KVM backup overview Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM, for short) is a virtualization architecture with an open source code that’s made for Linux distributions. Its main advantages are lower ownership cost, powerful guest isolation capabilities and more flexibility than most, These and other qualities mean a lot of companies are using KVM already or planning to […]

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.