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  • How to set up Bacula Director and Storage components
  • Backing up directories from Linux and BSD workstations
  • Scheduling your backups
  • Backing up data from MySQL and PostgreSQL
  • Backing up mailboxes from Postfix and Zarafa
  • Overcoming firewall to back up the machine from the different network
  • Using multiple backup storage servers
  • Quirks of backing up Windows workstations

In the data-centered world, backup and duplication is an important factor that keeps your computer network fail-safe and healthy. Backup solutions allow you to quickly recover from power failures, damaged hardware and hacker attacks.

"Network Backup with Bacula" is a practical guide to setting up the Bacula backup system using a number of sequential recipes, ranging from the simplest to intricate ones, which will give you knowledge needed to build a self-contained backup infrastructure.

"Network Backup with Bacula" contains the instructions on setup and configuration of various Bacula components as well as information to help you painlessly integrate your Windows and Linux workstations into the backup system.

You will learn how to setup Bacula Director and Storage, how to backup Linux and Windows clients, ways to overcome limitations implied by firewall protection, and specific cases of backup for MySQL, OpenLDAP, Postfix. You will also learn different scheduling strategies and various other tips.

With Network Backup with Bacula, you will learn everything you need to know to create an autonomous backup solution for your computer network.

  • Learn something new in an Instant! A short, fast, focused guide delivering immediate results.
  • Set up Bacula infrastructure.
  • Back up data and directories
  • Work with multiple-storage systems
Page Count 54
Course Length 1 hours 37 minutes
ISBN 9781849519854
Date Of Publication 23 Nov 2012


Eugene Pankov

Eugene Pankov is a Lead Software Architect and Developer at Linology Networks LLC. For over a decade, he has been providing software design and development services, as well as Linux server setup and maintenance for a large variety of companies, from web hosting to sports telemetry. Eugene is the founder and main developer of the Ajenti open source web server administration panel, which is used by nearly 10,000 people worldwide at the time of writing this book. He has successfully completed a large variety of projects, from Django websites to Android games.