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[Bacula-devel] Bacula BETA 2.2.10-b4 released
I have released the source tar files and the Win32 binaries for the Bacula
BETA 2.2.10-b4 release to Source Forge.
Unless there are some major problems with this version, aside from a few last
minute fixes, it will be officially released later this week. Testers and
feedback would be much appreciated. Please note the change in behavior (now
correct) for the Win32 File daemon.
=========== Warning !!!!!! ====================
As of Version 2.2.10-b4, the Win32 FD should not descend into
any reparse point directory or reparse mount points unless the
specified directory is explicitly mentioned at the top level of
FileSet (as with Unix). A file that is linked to another file will
be backed up, much like Unix hardlinked files. If you want
reparse directories backed up, you must explicitly include them
in your FileSet.
Beta Release Version 2.2.10-b4
kes Enhance a couple of SD debug messages.
kes Tweak unload flag setting and ensure it is set during swap.
ebl Fix #1091 about bad output in estimate command.
kes Modify autochanger locking to attempt to avoid race
kes Make sure device not busy before doing label command.
kes Display open() errors except when polling. Previously too
many were suppressed. This should fix bug #1070.
kes Fix Win32 reparse points. Bacula will not recurse into any
reparse point directory, including mount points, unless the
directory is explicitly mentioned at the top level (same as
with Unix). A file that is linked to another file will be
backed up -- much as Unix does for hardlinked files.
This fixes bug #1041.
kes Remove double quotes from ChangeLog and ReleaseNotes
kes Remove StorageId test when pruning and recycling (Eric's changes).
kes Remove old form of locking when getting volumes -- causes deadlock.
kes Fix buffer overruns detected by Coverity.
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