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Re: [Bacula-devel] Copy Jobs Selection testing
On Thu, May 22, 2008 at 07:16:27PM +0200, Kern Sibbald wrote:
> On Thursday 22 May 2008 18:41:59 Pasi Kärkkäinen wrote:
> > Hello Bacula developers!
> > I just joined the bacula-devel list so I'm sorry that I can't reply to the
> > original thread.. I read the discussion from here:
> > http://www.mail-archive.com/bacula-devel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx/msg02404.htm
> > My original mail to bacula-users:
> > http://www.nabble.com/Replacing-Arcserve-with-Bacula%2C-disk-staging-spooli
> > So yeah.. I'd like to test this feature too.
> > Is there something special required? Just install the SVN version of Bacula
> > and I'm ready to go.. ?
> Yes, that is correct. At the moment the trunk SVN is quite stable.
OK, Nice. If I upgrade from 2.2.8 are there database (mysql) schema upgrades
needed? Or should I start with a fresh 2.3 database/tables..
> The only thing to remember is that this is development code and it can
> occasionally get broken, so you must *very* carefully test. There are a
> *lot* of new features that we have not documented yet. A partial list of
> them is included at the top of the file "technotes-2.3", which is in the main
> source directory.
Yep. I'll try this tomorrow or next week.
> If you want to see how it has been doing in the nightly regression tests, go
> to the following link:
> Then click on the << symbol next to the word "Nightly ..." that will show you
> the previous night's regression runs. Both the Branch-2.2 tests and the
> trunk tests show up, so you need to look for the tests on version 2.3.xx-date
> where currently xx is 21 and date is 21May08 (i.e. 2.3.21-21May08). The 2.2.
> branch tests are currently listed as 2.2.10-b4-21May08.
> By clicking on the << you can go back to previous nightly testing.
Seems to be pretty OK.. :) You've done good job!
About restores.. is it still totally experimental? Will Bacula get confused
when it finds the "same" job from two different places?
And thank you really much!
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