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Bacula - Configure Client ( Windows )
2011/07/18
 
It's possible to take backup Windows' files because File Daemon for Windows is also provided. This example shows to install File Daemon on Windows Server 2008.
[1] Download the tool for Windows from the site below. Download the tool for Windows from the site below. It's the same procedure with here for installing. But for only one point, Install all components on here.
http://www.bacula.org/en/?page=downloads
[2] After installation, Open the configuration file like follows.
[3] After opening the file, set passeord to connect to Director Daemon like follows.
[4] Make the Monitor section comments like follows. Then, Save the file and quit.
[5] Retart the File service to enable the new settings. And also, Allow 9102 and 9103 port on Windows firewall.
[6] Configure Bacula Director
[root@director ~]#
vi /etc/bacula/bacula-dir.conf
# near line 39: add

JobDefs {
 
# set any name you like

  Name = "Windows-Job"
  Type = Backup
  Level = Incremental
 
# the name set in Windows FileDaemon

  Client = e-fd3s-fd
 
# set any name

  FileSet = "Windows-Backup"
  Schedule = "WeeklyCycle"
  Storage = File
  Messages = Standard
  Pool = Default
  Priority = 10
}
Job {
 
# set any name

  Name = "Windows-Client1"
 
# the name in JobDefs section

  JobDefs = "Windows-Job"
  Write Bootstrap = "/var/spool/bacula/WinClient.bsr"
}
# near line 101: add

Job {
  Name = "Win-Restore"
 
# set any name

  Type = Restore
 
# the name set in Windows FileDaemon

  Client=e-fd3s-fd
 
# the name set in JobDefs section

  FileSet="Windows-Backup"
  Storage = File
  Pool = Default
  Messages = Standard
 
# specify the forder on Windows that restored file is placed ( separated is not "\", but "/" )

  Where = "C:/Restore"
}
FileSet {
 
# the name in JobDefs section

  Name = "Windows-Backup"
  Include {
   Options {
      signature = MD5
      Compression = GZIP
   }
 
# backup target ( separated is not "\", but "/" )

  File = "C:/Users/Administrator"
  }
}
# near line 177: add

Client {
 
# the name set in JobDefs section

  Name = e-fd3s-fd
 
# Windows' hostname or IP address

  Address = 10.0.0.150
  FDPort = 9102
  Catalog = MyCatalog
 
# password to connect to Bacula Director

  Password = "password"
  File Retention = 30 days
  Job Retention = 6 months
  AutoPrune = yes
}
[root@director ~]#
/etc/rc.d/init.d/bacula-dir restart

Shutting down bacula-dir: [ OK ] Starting bacula-dir: [ OK ]

[7] Configurations complete. Execute backup and Execute restore is the same procedure on the links. The screen below is the one after executing restore.
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