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Re: [Bacula-devel] Bug report on wx-console win with bacula 2.2.8
One question I forgot to ask is: are you running bwx-console with a stock
English Bacula with no changes? Since the project, currently has no
officially translated version, if you have translated the Director or parts
of it, it is very likely you will run into troubles unless you make
corresponding changes in the bwx-console program.
On Wednesday 12 March 2008 08.49:24 Adam Cécile wrote:
> Kern Sibbald a écrit :
> > On Tuesday 11 March 2008 14.20:12 Adam Cécile wrote:
> >> Hello Kern,
> >> I set up Bacula 2.2.8 a few days ago for a new customer and I
> >> experienced a bug with the wx-console win32. It seems the console
> >> doesn't parse well what bacula outputs when using the "restore tab".
> >> Could you please have a look and tell us if you are able to reproduce
> >> this issue ?
> >> Thanks in advance,
> >> Best regards, Adam.
> >> PS: Please find attached the original reported posted on bacula-users
> >> list.
> > Hello Adam,
> > From what is described in the attachement, I suspect the problem is that
> > the Win32 version of wxWidgets that we use is version 2.7 and the Debian
> > version is probably either 2.6 or 2.8. The wxWidgets windows code has
> > always had more problems that the Linux code ...
> > Just at the moment, I don't have any easy means of running and testing on
> > Win32 (I will next week). However, I have upgraded wxWidgets from 2.7 to
> > the very latest version and rebuilt a 2.2.8 Win32 release that you might
> > want to install and test. Please be sure to keep a copy of the version
> > that you currently have installed in case you need to revert ...
> > You can download this test release (it built cleanly, but I haven't run
> > it) from:
> > http://www.bacula.org/downloads/winbacula-2.2.8.exe
> > the signature file is at:
> > http://www.bacula.org/downloads/winbacula-2.2.8.exe.sig
> > If I am not mistaken, I don't permit directory listings of the downloads
> > directory, so you must directly reference the files.
> > Please let me know if this resolves your problems or not. If it does
> > not, I can try to duplicate it early next week.
> > Best regards,
> > Kern
> I just give a try an here is what happens:
> Client and Storage are still left empty after selecting files to restore.
> Here is what I read in console tab when selecting the storage:
> OK to run? (yes/mod/no): mod
> Parameters to modify:
> 1: Level
> 2: Storage
> 3: Job
> 4: FileSet
> 5: Restore Client
> 6: When
> 7: Priority
> 8: Bootstrap
> 9: Where
> 10: File Relocation
> 11: Replace
> 12: JobId
> Select parameter to modify (1-12): 2
> Automatically selected Storage: File
> Run Restore job
> JobName: RestoreFiles
> Bootstrap: /var/lib/bacula/localhost-dir.restore.7.bsr
> Where: /test
> Replace: always
> FileSet: Full Set
> Backup Client: localhost-fd
> Restore Client: localhost-fd
> Storage: File
> When: 2008-03-07 07:13:59
> Catalog: MyCatalog
> Priority: 10
> OK to run? (yes/mod/no): 1
> Job not run.
> 1: is an invalid command.
> It seems the console doesn't really like the "Automatically selected
> Storage" feature because it tries to select storage "1". However that
> may not be an issue.
> When selecting the right Storage, in the status bar (bottom left
> corner), I can see "Failed to find the selected storage". The same
> things happens when I select the client, but in that case the whole
> console crash.
> Regards, Adam.
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