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Bacula - Run Backup
2011/07/18
 
Run backup on Bacula server. It's possible to execute backup not only on the Server but on Bacula Client.
[1] Run Backup
[root@director ~]#
bconsole

Connecting to Director director.srv.world:9101
1000 OK: bacula-dir Version: 5.0.0 (26 January 2010)
Enter a period to cancel a command.
*label    # create a volume for backup
Automatically selected Catalog: MyCatalog
Using Catalog "MyCatalog"
Automatically selected Storage: File
Enter new Volume name: Vol-20110515    # any label name
Defined Pools:
    1: Default
    2: File
    3: Scratch
Select the Pool (1-3): 2    # select 2
Connecting to Storage daemon File at director.srv.world:9103 ...
Sending label command for Volume "Vol-20110515" Slot 0 ...
3000 OK label. VolBytes=210 DVD=0 Volume="Vol-20110515" Device="FileStorage" (/tmp)
Catalog record for Volume "Vol-20110515", Slot 0  successfully created.
Requesting to mount FileStorage ...
3906 File device "FileStorage" (/tmp) is always mounted.
*run    # run backup
A job name must be specified.
The defined Job resources are:
    1: BackupClient1
    2: BackupCatalog
    3: RestoreFiles
Select Job resource (1-3): 1    # select Job ( select 1 on here )
Run Backup job
JobName:    BackupClient1
Level:      Incremental
Client:     bacula-fd
FileSet:    Full Set
Pool:       File (From Job resource)
Storage:    File (From Job resource)
When:       2011-05-16 22:35:37
Priority:   10
OK to run? (yes/mod/no): yes    # execute
Job queued. JobId=1
*
# the results like follows are shown for few minutes later
16-May 22:36 bacula-dir JobId 1: No prior Full backup Job record found.
16-May 22:36 bacula-dir JobId 1: No prior or suitable Full backup found in catalog. Doing FULL backup.
16-May 22:36 bacula-dir JobId 1: Start Backup JobId 1, Job=BackupClient1.2011-05-16_22.36.30_03
16-May 22:36 bacula-dir JobId 1: Using Device "FileStorage"
16-May 22:36 bacula-sd JobId 1: Wrote label to prelabeled Volume "Vol-20110515" on device "FileStorage" (/tmp)
16-May 22:36 bacula-sd JobId 1: Job write elapsed time = 00:00:01, Transfer rate = 742  Bytes/second
16-May 22:36 bacula-dir JobId 1: Bacula bacula-dir 5.0.0 (26Jan10): 16-May-2011 22:36:33
  Build OS:                 x86_64-koji-linux-gnu redhat Enterprise release
  JobId:                    1
  Job:                      BackupClient1.2011-05-16_22.36.30_03
  Backup Level:             Full (upgraded from Incremental)
  Client:                   "bacula-fd" 5.0.0 (26Jan10) x86_64-koji-linux-gnu,redhat,Enterprise release
  FileSet:                  "Full Set" 2011-05-16 22:36:30
  Pool:                     "File" (From Job resource)
  Catalog:                  "MyCatalog" (From Client resource)
  Storage:                  "File" (From Job resource)
  Scheduled time:           16-May-2011 22:35:37
  Start time:               16-May-2011 22:36:32
  End time:                 16-May-2011 22:36:33
  Elapsed time:             1 sec
  Priority:                 10
  FD Files Written:         5
  SD Files Written:         5
  FD Bytes Written:         279 (279 B)
  SD Bytes Written:         742 (742 B)
  Rate:                     0.3 KB/s
  Software Compression:     12.3 %
  VSS:                      no
  Encryption:               no
  Accurate:                 no
  Volume name(s):           Vol-20110515
  Volume Session Id:        1
  Volume Session Time:      1305552633
  Last Volume Bytes:        1,484 (1.484 KB)
  Non-fatal FD errors:      0
  SD Errors:                0
  FD termination status:    OK
  SD termination status:    OK
  Termination:              Backup OK

16-May 22:36 bacula-dir JobId 1: Begin pruning Jobs older than 40 years 11 months 13 hours 36 mins 33 secs.
16-May 22:36 bacula-dir JobId 1: No Jobs found to prune.
16-May 22:36 bacula-dir JobId 1: Begin pruning Jobs.
16-May 22:36 bacula-dir JobId 1: No Files found to prune.
16-May 22:36 bacula-dir JobId 1: End auto prune.

*exit    # quit

[root@director ~]#
ll /tmp

total 4
-rw-r----- 1 root root 1484 May 16 22:36 Vol-20110515  
# backup is taken

-rw-------. 1 root root 0 Mar 14 21:54 yum.log
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