Bacula Enterprise Backup

Manage backup, recovery, and verification of computer data across a network

Bacula is a professional open source backup solution for networks, which stands tall against its expensive proprietary competitors.

Outline

Bacula is a powerful Unix backup solution, and it’s one of the few open source backup solutions that are truly enterprise ready. But with this enterprise readiness comes a level of complexity you might not find in any other solution. Unlike many other solutions, Bacula contains a number of components.

Bacula is a professional open source backup solution for networks, which stands tall against its expensive proprietary competitors. Bacula offers all the important features you expect from backup software, with more flexibility.

Features

  • A central server and catalog with distributed backup all components communicate via the network and can be deployed separately.
  • Internal scheduler for automatic and simultaneous job execution with priorities.
  • Interactive restore of one or more files from:
    • Current backup
    • Prior backup of time and date
    • List of files/directories to restore
    • Restore by JobID
  • Simple administration with consoles (command line, GUI, and web)
  • Labeled Volumes, to prevent accidental overwriting
  • Support for ANSI / IBM labels
  • Machine independent Volume data format – extensible
  • Support for Unicode on Win32; UTF-8 on Unix
  • Python interpreter for user “event” (job start, end, …) scripting
  • Rescue CDROM for “bare metal” recovery.
  • OS support: Linux (all versions including the zSeries), Win32, Solaris, *BSD, Mac OS X, Irix, Tru64, AIX, HP-UX
  • Backup has disk spooling capability to avoid “shoe-shine” on tapes
  • Backup/restore of POSIX Access Control Lists (ACL), Mac resource forks, Win32 permissions
  • Support for large files (>2GB) and 64 bit architectures
  • Multi-thread implementation
  • Originally written in C, now converted to a subset of C++

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