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Bacula defaulting to SQLite
August 16, 2016 02:07PM
Hello all, I'm new to bacula and I'm having a bit of an issue while trying to
install Bacula from apt-get on Debian 8 or even Ubuntu.

I did a fresh install of Debian 8, had the proper repositories, nothing
extra installed. So, following several tutorials I've found, I install Mysql
first(we plan on using postgresql, but I wanted to do a vanilla install);
then when I do *apt-get install bacula-server bacula-client*, no matter what
I do, it defaults to the sqlite3 packages even if there is nothing related
to it installed in the machine

I tried to install the packages by "hand"(apt-get install
bacula-common-mysql...etc) but it doesn't find the tray related packages in
the repositories.

Any ideas?.

This is going to be installed on a test machine, to get a basic idea of how
to configure and run bacula properly before doing a proper install, on which
we plan to run most of the bacula services in a Virtual Machine, with all
the backup storage being done in a separate physical machine with around 3TB
of space.

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August 16, 2016 04:40PM
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[quote]From: "orocairion" <acheroncyc < at > gmail.com>
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Sent: Tuesday, August 16, 2016 4:45:23 PM
Subject: [Bacula-users] Bacula defaulting to SQLite
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[quote]Hello all, I'm new to bacula and I'm having a bit of an issue while trying to
install Bacula from apt-get on Debian 8 or even Ubuntu.

I did a fresh install of Debian 8, had the proper repositories, nothing
extra installed. So, following several tutorials I've found, I install Mysql
first(we plan on using postgresql, but I wanted to do a vanilla install);
then when I do *apt-get install bacula-server bacula-client*, no matter what
I do, it defaults to the sqlite3 packages even if there is nothing related
to it installed in the machine

I tried to install the packages by "hand"(apt-get install
bacula-common-mysql...etc) but it doesn't find the tray related packages in
the repositories.

Any ideas?.
[/quote]
Hello, Orocairon,

apt-get update
apt-get -y mysql-server
apt-get -y install bacula-director-mysql bacula-sd-mysql bacula-fd bacula-console postfix mt-st mtx

Regards,
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August 17, 2016 12:28AM
Hello,

I think Heitor gave the best possible answer. However, a tip for the
future:
on a Debian or Debian derivative system (using apt), a good way to know
what is available in terms of packages is to do something like:

apt-cache search <key-word>

where in this case you would have replaced <key-word> with bacula.

Best regards,
Kern

On 08/17/2016 01:32 AM, Heitor Faria wrote:
[quote]
----- Original Message -----
[quote]From: "orocairion" <acheroncyc < at > gmail.com>
To: bacula-users < at > lists.sourceforge.net
Sent: Tuesday, August 16, 2016 4:45:23 PM
Subject: [Bacula-users] Bacula defaulting to SQLite
Hello all, I'm new to bacula and I'm having a bit of an issue while trying to
install Bacula from apt-get on Debian 8 or even Ubuntu.

I did a fresh install of Debian 8, had the proper repositories, nothing
extra installed. So, following several tutorials I've found, I install Mysql
first(we plan on using postgresql, but I wanted to do a vanilla install);
then when I do *apt-get install bacula-server bacula-client*, no matter what
I do, it defaults to the sqlite3 packages even if there is nothing related
to it installed in the machine

I tried to install the packages by "hand"(apt-get install
bacula-common-mysql...etc) but it doesn't find the tray related packages in
the repositories.

Any ideas?.
[/quote]Hello, Orocairon,

apt-get update
apt-get -y mysql-server
apt-get -y install bacula-director-mysql bacula-sd-mysql bacula-fd bacula-console postfix mt-st mtx

Regards,
[/quote]

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August 17, 2016 01:55AM
On 17/08/16 00:32, Heitor Faria wrote:

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[quote]apt-get update
apt-get -y mysql-server
apt-get -y install bacula-director-mysql bacula-sd-mysql bacula-fd bacula-console postfix mt-st mtx
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If you have a tape drive, I'd _strongly_ urge installing sg3-utils and sg3-utils-udev

If you don't have these (and the latest version), then you won't be able to interrogate the chip memory onboard your tape cartridges (this is essential to work out tape and drive health)
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