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Bacula 9.0.6

22 November 2017

This is a bug fix and enhancement release. The two major enhancements are support for Qt5 in bat and the tray monitor, and support for OpenSSL-1.1. However, the current Qt5 enhancement is not yet complete, so please continue to use Qt4 for building bat and the tray monitor. There were also a number of nice […]

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Release 9.0.5

3 November 2017

I am pleased to announce that we have just released Bacula version 9.0.5 This is an important bug fix release. In particular it fixes the cases where Bacula would print a very large number of error messages. Additional backported code from Bacula Enterprise is included as well as updates to the rpm scripts. A number […]

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Bacula 9.0.6 Source Files (current)
This is a bug fix and new features release. There is partial implementation of support for Qt5 but it does not yet work. There is also an implementation for support of OpenSSL 1.1, which does work.

Bacula 9.0.5 Source Files (current)
This is an important bug fix release. In particular it fixes the cases where Bacula would print a very large number of error messages.

Bacula 9.0.4 Source Files (current)
This is a minor bug fix. The main item fixed is the SQLite3 database make and update scripts.

Please note that we have a new 4096 bit signing key that we are putting into place. If you check signatures (wise to do so), you will find the new and old keys at the bottom of the Downloads menu.

Bacula 9.0.3 Source Files
This is a minor bug fix release mainly fixing mount/unmount of a single drive.

Bacula 9.0.2 Source Files
This is a minor bug fix release that mainly fixes:
– Postgresql should now work with Postgresql prior to 9.0 Note: the ssl connection feature added in 9.0 is not available on postgresql servers older than 9.0 (it needs the new connection API).
– The issues with MariaDB (reconnect variable) are now fixed
– The problem of the btape “test” command finding a wrong number of files in the append test was a bug. It is now fixed. It is unlikely that it affected anything but btape.
– The bacula-tray-monitor.deskop script is released in the scripts directory.
– We recommend that you build with libz and lzo library support (the developer packages must be installed when building, and the shared object libraries must be installed at run time). However we have modified the code so that Bacula *should* build and run with either or both libz or lzo absent.

Bacula 9.0.1 Source Files

Bacula 9.0.0 Source Files
This is a major new release with over 400,000 lines of diff between the previous 7.4.7 and the new 9.0.0 release.
Please read the ReleaseNotes carefully since this version requires a database upgrade. For packages, there are a number of new files to package, the ReleaseNotes have some tips in that respect.

Bacula Systems has generously prepared 9.0.0 binary files. For the moment there are only a few distros covered, but we will add more over time. In addition, I am currently the bottleneck in making the formal announcement because I have not totally finished the installation documentation for those binaries.

Please note that we have a new 4096 bit signing key that we are putting into place. If you check signatures (wise to do so), you will find the new and old keys at the bottom of the Downloads menu.

Bacula 7.4.7 Source Files (old)

Bacula 7.4.6 Source Files

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