======== Features - Standard components: director, storage, client, docs, bconsole. - Graphical components: bat, bacula-tray-monitor (where supported). - Tab completion for bconsole. - Nagios plugin. - HTML/PDF docs. - Quick start guides. - File Daemon bpipe-fd plugin. - POSIX.1e capabilities for File Daemon. - Systemd for Fedora and RHEL 7+. - SysV init scripts for RHEL 5/6. - GZIP/LZO compression. - Static uid/gid of 133 (see "setup" package). - No usermode / fedora-usermgmt stuff in the console packages. - Docs no longer an arch specific subpackage. - SQL libraries needed only by Director and Storage daemons. - SQL backend management through the alternatives system. ======== Quick start Please look at the following files for a quick start with the various database backends: - quickstart_mysql.txt - quickstart_postgresql.txt - quickstart_sqlite3.txt To deal with the switching process for the database backend, see the following file which explains how to make the necessary changes: - database_backends.txt ======== Upgrading from old Redhat releases When upgrading from old Redhat releases, the "bacula-libs-sql" package takes care of making the appropriate selection for the database backend based on what was previously configured on the old system. The default permissions in the "/etc/bacula" folder have changed; please perform the following commands for restoring the permissions for the correct operation of the daemons. # chown -R root:root /etc/bacula # chmod 755 /etc/bacula # chmod 640 /etc/bacula/* # chgrp bacula /etc/bacula/bacula-dir.conf /etc/bacula/query.sql All the files that are part of the Director configuration (included with @) must of course have the same permissions as the main configuration file. ======== Documentation To see all the available documentation in both HTML and PDF formats, please install the "bacula-docs" package.