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Bacula - Configure Client ( Windows )
2011/05/18
 
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.
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
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# 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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