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Re: [Bacula-devel] resetting volume status


Kern Sibbald schrieb:
> 
> Mounting a filesystem on a directory that has files in it will mask the files 
> in that directory.
> So bnoth of the problems described above if they come from mounted filesystems 
> (not local filesystems) are probably caused by not always having the 
> filesystem correctly mounted for one reason or another.  Bacula currently 
> *never* deletes any Volume, so that is just not possible.  However, if 
> Volumes are disappearing, it is likely that there is a local Volume that 
> Bacula creates or uses when the filesystem is not mounted, and there is a 
> different Volume (or none) that Bacula uses when the filesystem is mounted. 


the filesystem with the volumes was not umounted/remounted or something 
similar. but it's good to know that bacula never deletes volumes. i will 
keep an eye on the problem, maybe i can find out, what's going wrong.

thanks & regards,
-ap

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