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BAT restore bug?

Posted by Anonymous 
BAT restore bug?
March 12, 2012 03:31PM
Hey All,

I have come across an unusual problem with our bacula install.

I have a backup from a linux client and a windows client, bacula SD is on a linux server. Backups all run fine, complete with no errors.

For both windows and linux clients I am able to run bat, select bRestore, choose a server and backup, drag and drop my files and restores work fine(some times building the file list takes a long time, bacula building a table with file list in it?).

However, if choose Jobs Run, right click the most recent job and choose restore from time, bacula very quickly builds the file set, I am able to browse through and select the file I want to restore fine. On a linux client when I execute the restore job all works OK, on a windows client, when I execute a restore job, the bacula file daemon on the windows client crashes and the job ends with the following error : Fatal error: Socket error on Store end command: ERR=Connection reset by peer

Where do I start looking for resolution to this issue? How can I see what is different in the commands sent to the client with these two different ways of selecting files to restore?

Tim

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BAT restore bug?
March 12, 2012 04:18PM
I realize I missed some important informationÂ…

We are running bacula 5.2.5

I get the same unusual result using bat on a windows workstation or a linux workstation.

[b]From:[/b] Tim Krieger
[b]Sent:[/b] Monday, March 12, 2012 3:30 PM
[b]To:[/b] 'bacula-users < at > lists.sourceforge.net'
[b]Subject:[/b] [Bacula-users] BAT restore bug?

Hey All,

I have come across an unusual problem with our bacula install.

I have a backup from a linux client and a windows client, bacula SD is on a linux server. Backups all run fine, complete with no errors.

For both windows and linux clients I am able to run bat, select bRestore, choose a server and backup, drag and drop my files and restores work fine(some times building the file list takes a long time, bacula building a table with file list in it?).

However, if choose Jobs Run, right click the most recent job and choose restore from time, bacula very quickly builds the file set, I am able to browse through and select the file I want to restore fine. On a linux client when I execute the restore job all works OK, on a windows client, when I execute a restore job, the bacula file daemon on the windows client crashes and the job ends with the following error : Fatal error: Socket error on Store end command: ERR=Connection reset by peer

Where do I start looking for resolution to this issue? How can I see what is different in the commands sent to the client with these two different ways of selecting files to restore?

Tim

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This electronic mail transmission and any accompanying attachments contain confidential information intended only for the use of the individual or entity named above. Any dissemination, distribution, copying or action taken in reliance on the contents of this communication by anyone other than the intended recipient is strictly prohibited. If you have received this communication in error please immediately delete the e-mail and either notify the sender at the above e-mail address or by telephone at +1 250.386.5323.
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