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Bacula Release 9.4.1

We are pleased to announce the release of Bacula version 9.4.1

This is a minor bug fix release for 9.4.0. It should fix a few of the warning messages, but not all, on FreeBSD and Solaris. More importantly The ./configure process now properly detects that libs3 is installed on your system. If you do not want to use the Amazon S3 driver, this update is not required.

In addition to this release, I have posted the current source code with patches for libs3 to bacula.org. This package is needed if you wish to build the S3 driver. You may download it from the following location:

Bacula Release 9.4.0

We are pleased to announce the release of Bacula version 9.4.0. This is a major release (currently a Beta release) comprised of more than 13,000 lines of differences since version 9.2.2. It has updates to Baculum and small number of bug fixes and back ports from Bacula Systems Enterprise since version 9.2.2, but primarily it […]

Bacula Status Report — 7 November 2018

The last Status Report was in June of this year, so I would like to bring you up to date on a few items: Bacula Release Status, Bacula Binaries, Windows Binaries, Next Bacula Version and New Website. The latest Bacula version 9.2.2 was released today to Source Forge and to www.bacula.org.  This is a small update to the previous version.

Bacula Release 9.2.2

We are pleased to announce Bacula release version 9.2.2.. This is a minor bug fix release (6,143 lines of diff). The main fixes to this version are: eliminate most messages that are repeatedly printed, eliminate malformed message output, error when compiling without TLS, … Note: if you are running MySQL and have not recently executed src/cats/update_bacula_tables, please do so. It will not change your database version but it will fix some potential MySQL problems (for more detals see the release notes for version 9.2.1).

Bacula Release 9.2.1

We are pleased to announce the minor bug and refactoring release version 9.2.1.

This is a bug fix release. It also contains some refactoring. That said,
there are 10,909 lines of diff between release 9.2.0 and this release.

Bacula Release 9.2.0

We are pleased to announce that we have just released Bacula version 9.2.0 to Source Forge and to www.bacula.org. In addition, a new version of Baculum (Web GUI interface) will be released shortly.
This is one of the biggest Bacula release ever made. It has almost 540,000 lines of diff output between Release 9.0.8 and this release.

Bacula Status Report — 22 June 2018

We recently released prebuilt binaries on bacula.org, and some of you have downloaded them and had varying degrees of luck installing them. Concerning the installation of Ubuntu 18.04 (Bionic Beaver), I have personally installed, configured and run it, including running with the Aligned plugin, and from the brief testing I did, it works well. However, I did notice a few errors in the installation guide, which I have corrected in version 1.3 of the guide.

Bacula Status Report — 9 June 2018

It has been a while since the last status report, so it is now time.
I would like to discuss the following subjects:
1. Bacula Release Status
2. Bacula Binaries (New)
3. Windows Binaries (more coming)
4. Next Bacula Version

Bacula Status Report — 9 June 2018

It has been a while since the last status report, so it is now time.
I would like to discuss the following subjects:
1. Bacula Release Status
2. Bacula Binaries (New)
3. Windows Binaries (more coming)
4. Next Bacula Version

Bacula 9.0.8

We are pleased to announce that we have just released Bacula version 9.0.8 to Source Forge (and soon on www.bacula.org). This is a minor release that fixes a couple of bugs and corrects some copyrights that were not totally correct. 28May18 – Fix bug #2212 where restore jobid=nn file=xxx restores the files twice – Pull […]

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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.