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Re: Backup application recommendations
The initial learning curve of bacula is a few step. If you only make
backup of 1-3 servers, dump scripts is ok.
With many servers, the reporting capabilities, easy use for restores,
monitoring backups, configurations of a software of this type
(Bacula/EMC Networker/NetBackup/Dataprotector) is a must to have.
Bacula has a lot of options, many of them you will never use them, and
at the beginning is confusing.
On Mon, Apr 2, 2018 at 12:03 PM, Sad Clouds <cryintothebluesky%gmail.com@localhost> wrote:
> On Mon, 2 Apr 2018 01:19:31 +0200
> Jose Luis Rodriguez Garcia <joseyluis%gmail.com@localhost> wrote:
>> I would look for Bacula or Bareos
>> I think that it has most of the features that you request. (I haven't
>> used it on NetBSD/FreeBSD, just on Linux long time ago, but I am sure
>> that it must be supported for backup to disk, and to tape at least on
> OK, looks like Bareos is a fork of Bacula. I've been looking at Bacula
> for a few days now, but it seems to be quite complicated to setup and a
> lot of moving parts. I might just write my own backup scripts, that run
> from cron and periodically back up data to NFS share and also regularly
> verify previous backup for bit rot.
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