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Date:      Fri, 23 Jan 2009 08:06:43 +0100
From:      bsd <bsd@todoo.biz>
To:        Liste FreeBSD <freebsd-questions@freebsd.org>
Subject:   Re: Backup program on FreeBSD for DLT drive
Message-ID:  <6556CBA0-8823-4AC0-B8A6-A9D31F614168@todoo.biz>
In-Reply-To: <20090123032112.GE30866@dev.null>
References:  <1B33B4FC-D369-42C5-B0EF-4F213E2F2FD0@todoo.biz> <20090123032112.GE30866@dev.null>

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Yes,

This is probably the one I'll go for=85
There is a good hack described in the O'Reilly "BSD hacks" to setup =20
Bacula=85

I'll consider this article as a starting point=85



Thank you very much folks.


Le 23 janv. 09 =E0 04:21, Geoff Fritz a =E9crit :

> On Thu, Jan 22, 2009 at 08:30:56PM +0100, bsd wrote:
>> Hello,
>>
>>
>> I am using a FreeBSD server 7.0 as a Samba server and wanted to =20
>> backup
>> this server using Quantum DLT tape.
>>
>> I would need a simple tool that could be configured rapidl at that's
>> stable enough to provide high security for the data.
>> Ideally any good pointer to a howto would be a must!
>
> I've had success with Bacula for a small office file server =20
> (FreeBSD) and
> Windows clients clients.  It supports SSL for the data transfer (if =20=

> the
> client and server are not the same machine), as well as data =20
> encryption:
>
> http://www.bacula.org/en/dev-manual/Data_Encryption.html
>
> I haven't used the encryption myself.  Bacula has a bit of a =20
> learning curve
> to set up corretly, but I really enjoy its use once it it set up =20
> correctly.
>
> -- Geoff

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