[CentOS] semi-OT: help needed w/ bareos

Thu Sep 3 19:22:03 UTC 2015
Ireneusz Piasecki <irekpias at op.pl>

W dniu 03.09.2015 o 17:48, m.roth at 5-cent.us pisze:
> IP wrote:
>> W dniu 2015-09-03 o 13:56, mark pisze:
>>> On 09/02/15 21:27, Leon Fauster wrote:
>>>> Am 02.09.2015 um 22:18 schrieb m.roth at 5-cent.us:
>>>>> I've got it installed on a 6.7 server, and can back up and restore for
>>>>> Linux. Now I'm trying to do it for some users' WinDoze boxes.
>>>>> Trouble is,
>>>>> all I keep finding on the Web are "how to set it up on Linux", "how to
>>>>> install on Windoze", and how to restore....
>>>>> First question: how do you *see* a list of the files that have been
>>>>> backed
>>>>> up (you're not going to tell me that's a postgresql thing, are you?)?
>>>> # bconsole
>>>> * list files jobid=xxxx
>>> Great - thanks (I'll try it when I get into work).
>>>>> Second: I've been looking, and am having trouble finding examples of
>>>>> configuring the bareos-dir for a win client. I *think* I did it
>>>>> right, but
>>>>> I get warnings. For the fileset, I have
>>>>> FileSet {
>>>>>    Name = "<winclientname>set"
>>>>>    Include {
>>>>>      Options {
>>>>>        Signature = MD5 # calculate md5 checksum per file
>>>>>      }
>>>>>      File = "c:\Users"
>>>>>    }
>>>>> }
>>>>> But the logs *seem* to be saying it only copied one file.
>>> Any clues as to whether I've got the FileSet correct - say, is the
>>> slash correct, or should it be a Linux forward slash, rather than a
>>> WinDoze backslash?
Above is evidence, that you didn't read bareos doc, as i suggested in my 
early post. When you did that, you could see, that there are Linux 
(Unix) slashes:

# from bareos doc

        8.5.4 Windows FileSets

If you are entering Windows file names, the directory path may be 
preceded by the drive and a colon (as in c:). However, the path 
separators must be specified in Unix convention (i.e. forward slash 
(/)). If you wish to include a quote in a file name, precede the quote 
with a backslash (\). For example you might use the following for a 
Windows machine to backup the ”My Documents” directory:

} # end from bareos doc But you are smarter, so keep going ...

>> Hi.
>> Maybe you should start with bareos doc ?
>> http://doc.bareos.org/master/html/bareos-manual-main-reference.html#x1-1080008.5.4
> Maybe I've been reading that, and it has zero suggestions for if I only
> want to back up c:\Users and the the contents. Maybe I've already *said*
> I'd been googling, and not finding enough info. Maybe I even said that in
> my first paragraph of my original post.
Yeah, you probably read bareos doc with pink glases ...

>           mark
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