On Mon, Nov 29, 2004 at 07:18:45PM +0000, Niall O Broin mentioned:
> Maybe you're being a teensy bit unfair to bacula John. I have good
> reason to remember that it took you a while to climb up amanda's
> learning curve.
True, but most of that was from not reading the docs. Once read, and you
know how backup software works, it wasn't too bad.
Give Bacula a go - it's very good. It just doesn't suit me. There is a
password for the GUI, for the media agent and for the backup server. That
password has to be in different places in different stanzas on the
different daemon config files. When you have to have different security
info on ten different boxes, soon you have thirty different passwords in
thirty different configs...meep.
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