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Transfert a Volume to another storage daemon ?
March 05, 2012 06:14AM
Hi all,

I have two storage daemon with file device on each.

I know that i can't use a copy job to transfer a Volume between my two
storage daemon, but i need to transfert all my volumes on my second
storage.

Do you have any solution to my problem ?

Thanks

Olivier L.

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Transfert a Volume to another storage daemon ?
March 05, 2012 06:24AM
Hi Olivier,

bacula does not support copy and migration jobs between two storages daemons, but I have a workaround to this: configure you target sd with a same name device on source sd and mount it with nfs.
Start a copy or migration job and observe logs.

Kleber

2012/3/5 Olivier L. <olivier < at > luckol.net ([email]olivier < at > luckol.net[/email])>
[quote] Hi all,

I have two storage daemon with file device on each.

I know that i can&#39;t use a copy job to transfer a Volume between my two storage daemon, but i need to transfert all my volumes on my second storage.

Do you have any solution to my problem ?

Thanks

Olivier L.

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Transfert a Volume to another storage daemon ?
March 05, 2012 06:24AM
2012/3/5 Olivier L. <olivier < at > luckol.net>:
[quote]Hi all,

I have two storage daemon with file device on each.

I know that i can't use a copy job to transfer a Volume between my two
storage daemon, but i need to transfert all my volumes on my second storage.

Do you have any solution to my problem ?

[/quote]
rsync

John

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Transfert a Volume to another storage daemon ?
March 05, 2012 06:26AM
On Monday 05 March 2012 14:53:55 Olivier L. wrote:
[quote]Hi all,

I have two storage daemon with file device on each.

I know that i can't use a copy job to transfer a Volume between my two
storage daemon, but i need to transfert all my volumes on my second
storage.

Do you have any solution to my problem ?

Thanks

Olivier L.
[/quote]
Doesn't it suffice to just copy them over (by eg. rsync)?

Or why do you have to do it at all? I've found that when it comes to purging and re-using the volume files, it's enough for the files to just exist (ie. doesn't matter whether they actually contain any data).

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Silver

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Transfert a Volume to another storage daemon ?
March 06, 2012 12:53AM
Le 05/03/2012 15:25, Silver Salonen a écrit :
[quote]On Monday 05 March 2012 14:53:55 Olivier L. wrote:
[quote]Hi all,

I have two storage daemon with file device on each.

I know that i can't use a copy job to transfer a Volume between my two
storage daemon, but i need to transfert all my volumes on my second
storage.

Do you have any solution to my problem ?

Thanks

Olivier L.
[/quote]Doesn't it suffice to just copy them over (by eg. rsync)?

Or why do you have to do it at all? I've found that when it comes to purging and re-using the volume files, it's enough for the files to just exist (ie. doesn't matter whether they actually contain any data).

--
Silver

[/quote]I need to do it because my primary storage daemon (dayly backup on a
file storage) and my secondary storage daemon (with Tape for archives)
are not on the same site.

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