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Post Transfert a Volume to another storage daemon ? 
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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Post Transfert a Volume to another storage daemon ? 
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])>
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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Post Transfert a Volume to another storage daemon ? 
2012/3/5 Olivier L. <olivier < at > luckol.net>:
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 ?


rsync

John

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Post Transfert a Volume to another storage daemon ? 
On Monday 05 March 2012 14:53:55 Olivier L. wrote:
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.

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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Post Transfert a Volume to another storage daemon ? 
Le 05/03/2012 15:25, Silver Salonen a écrit :
On Monday 05 March 2012 14:53:55 Olivier L. wrote:
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.
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

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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