Bareos 13.2.2

A fork of the project from bacula.org, designed as an open source backup/archiving and recovery utility
Bareos (Backup Archiving REcovery Open Sourced) is a free and open source application designed as a fork of the backup project from the bacula.org website. It is available for almost all important Linux distributions, as well as for the Microsoft Windows operating system.

Bareos installs itself as a system service, which is easily controllable via the command-line interface (see screenshot for more details).

Bareos is also distributed as an appliance, featuring the newest Bareos version from nightly-builds, virtual tape library mhvtl, ready-to-use installation including bat, webacula and bacula-web, as well as preconfigured disk-to-disk-to-tape scenario.

The appliance is available in the following formats: USB and HDD image, ISO image, Preload ISO, OVF (Open Virtualization Format), VMware, VirtualBox and KVM image, Virtual Hard Disk, Xen guest image, KVM image, and OpenStack image (KVM).

last updated on:
November 25th, 2013, 15:13 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Bareos GmbH & Co. KG.
homepage:
www.bareos.org
license type:
AGPL v3 
category:
ROOT \ System \ Backup

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Bareos - Users will be able to easily control the bareos daemon from the command-line
What's New in version 13.2.1 Beta
  • Packages for Univention 3.1
  • first connection problem The windows version of the filedaemon did not respond to the very first connection because of a hanging pthread_once() implementation on windows. This problem was fixed by avoiding this call via a workaround.
  • config file rights The windows installer now sets admin-only access on the bareos configuration files.
  • creation of plugin directory The installer creates a plugin directory during the installation.
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