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Re: [Bacula-devel] [Bacula-announce] Bacula BETA 2.4.1-b1 released to Source Forge
--with-scriptdir is a valid configure option on 2.4.1-b1. Since you did not
include any output, I cannot tell you any more than that for the
moment ... :-)
On Wednesday 02 July 2008 15:38:34 Nils Blanck-Wehde wrote:
> I am currently upgrading my test system from 2.4.0-1 to 2.4.1b1 because
> I encountered some of the autochanger issues that 2.4.1b1 is said to
> address. I'm having troubles to configure the scriptdir:
> "--with-scriptdir" isn't a recognized option anymore.
> I think this option was introduced in the 2.4.0 code branch to comply FHS.
> As I don't want to change the configuration of my running bacula
> installation I would like all the files to go where they are now which
> means that all the control script will be located in /usr/lib/bacula.
> I usually install the el5.i386 rpms by fschwarz so I haven't configured
> a manual compile for a while. Maybe I am just stupid...
> Thanks for any advice,
> Kern Sibbald schrieb:
> > Hello,
> > We have released the source code and Win32 binaries of Bacula BETA
> > version 2.4.1-b1 to the Bacula Source Forge download area. Normally, we
> > don't announce beta releases on the bacula-announce list, but given that
> > we had very few beta testers for version 2.4.0, we are hoping that some
> > of you will help out. Without beta testers, it is impossible to ensure
> > correct, stable releases. Many thanks to those who did help with the
> > testing ...
> > This is a bug fix to version 2.4.0, which primarily corrects problems
> > with manually loading volumes. Due to the complexity of the Storage
> > daemon, it is possible that these changes have introduced new bugs into
> > the autochanger code, so please proceed with caution in testing.
> > There still remain a couple of issues to be resolved before the official
> > 2.4.1 release.
> > === Extract of Release Notes ===
> > This release consists of a number of bug fixes since version 2.4.0.
> > Important sections of the Storage daemon mount system have been
> > enhanced to correctly loading autochanger volumes when the drive
> > is empty and to handle manual tape changes. Hopefully this will
> > resolve all the manual mount problems.
> > Bugs Fixed (hopefully -- not all confirmed):
> > 1103, 1100, 1105, 1094, 1109, 1106, 1101, 1102, 1112
> > Release Beta version 2.4.1-b1
> > - Back out bad src/lib/base64.c change.
> > - Generally clean up the manual tape loading code. The main
> > conceptial change is that when a volume is marked to be unloaded,
> > its volume name is retained, and it is only marked as unloaded
> > when either the autoloader says it is unloaded or another tape
> > is read on that drive.
> > - Fix a recycling problem with two autochangers reported in bug
> > #1106. This may also (unlikely) fix a second recycling bug as
> > reported in #1103.
> > - Fix a SD lock volumes deadlock problem reported in bug #1100.
> > - Fix format problem in bscan output reported in bug #1105.
> > - Copy more data when restarting a job so that run
> > overrides are kept. This should fix bug #1094.
> > - Backport updates to jobq.c where possible.
> > - Fix bug where SD did not ask operator if the device could not
> > be opened. Reported by Eric.
> > - Add dbuser to DIR conf file (replaces user).
> > - Add --with-db-password to ./configure
> > - Fix regress to handle db_password.
> > - Fix a couple of pedantic compiler warnings.
> > - Fix bug when starting a restore on a storage that doesn't
> > have the requested MediaType.
> > - More work on word alignments -- eliminate all ints from
> > the configuration routines.
> > - Fix bug reported by Scott Barninger where the bacula script
> > refers to scripts in the wrong directory. Needed to meet the
> > requirements of recent FHS location changes.
> > - Fix word alignment problem on non-Intel 64 bit machines
> > such as Solaris. This should fix bug #1097 -- bus error in SD.
> > - Add missing win32/patches/wxWidgets.patch to 2.4 repository.
> > Best regards,
> > Kern
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