#
# Default Bacula Director Configuration file
#
#  The only thing that MUST be changed is to add one or more
#   file or directory names in the Include directive of the
#   FileSet resource.
#
#  For Bacula release 7.4.4 (20 September 2016) — redhat (Core)
#
#  You might also want to change the default email address
#   from root to your address.  See the “mail” and “operator”
#   directives in the Messages resource.
#
# Copyright (C) 2000-2015 Kern Sibbald
# License: BSD 2-Clause; see file LICENSE-FOSS
#
Director {                            # define myself
Name = bacula-dir
DIRport = 9101                # where we listen for UA connections
QueryFile = “/etc/bacula/query.sql”
WorkingDirectory = “/var/spool/bacula”
PidDirectory = “/var/run”
Maximum Concurrent Jobs = 20
Password = “BaculaPW#1”         # Console password
Messages = Daemon
}
JobDefs {
Name = “DefaultJob”
Type = Backup
Level = Incremental
Client = bacula-client
FileSet = “Full Set”
Schedule = “WeeklyCycle”
Storage = File1
Messages = Standard
Pool = File
SpoolAttributes = yes
Priority = 10
Write Bootstrap = “/var/spool/bacula/%c.bsr”
}
Job {
Name = “FullBackup”
Type = Backup
Level = Full
Client = bacula-client
FileSet = “Full Set”
Schedule = “WeeklyCycle”
Storage = File1
Messages = Standard
Pool = File
Priority = 10
Write Bootstrap = “/var/spool/bacula/%c.bsr”
}
#
# Define the main nightly save backup job
#   By default, this job will back up to disk in /tmp
Job {
Name = “IncrementalBackup”
JobDefs = “DefaultJob”
}
#Job {
#  Name = “BackupClient2”
#  Client = bacula2-fd
#  JobDefs = “DefaultJob”
#}
#Job {
#  Name = “BackupClient1-to-Tape”
#  JobDefs = “DefaultJob”
#  Storage = LTO-4
#  Spool Data = yes    # Avoid shoe-shine
#  Pool = Default
#}
#}
# Backup the catalog database (after the nightly save)
Job {
Name = “BackupCatalog”
JobDefs = “DefaultJob”
Level = Full
FileSet=”Catalog”
Schedule = “WeeklyCycleAfterBackup”
# This creates an ASCII copy of the catalog
# Arguments to make_catalog_backup.pl are:
#  make_catalog_backup.pl <catalog-name>
RunBeforeJob = “/usr/libexec/bacula/make_catalog_backup.pl MyCatalog”
# This deletes the copy of the catalog
RunAfterJob  = “/usr/libexec/bacula/delete_catalog_backup”
Write Bootstrap = “/var/spool/bacula/%n.bsr”
Priority = 11                   # run after main backup
}
#
# Standard Restore template, to be changed by Console program
#  Only one such job is needed for all Jobs/Clients/Storage …
#
Job {
Name = “RestoreFiles”
Type = Restore
Client=bacula-client
FileSet=”Full Set”
Storage = File1
Pool = File
Messages = Standard
Where = /tmp/bacula-restores
}
# List of files to be backed up
FileSet {
Name = “Full Set”
Include {
Options {
signature = MD5
}
#
#  Put your list of files here, preceded by ‘File =’, one per line
#    or include an external list with:
#
#    File = <file-name
#
#  Note: / backs up everything on the root partition.
#    if you have other partitions such as /usr or /home
#    you will probably want to add them too.
#
#  By default this is defined to point to the Bacula binary
#    directory to give a reasonable FileSet to backup to
#    disk storage during initial testing.
#
#    File = /usr/sbin
File = /tmp/bktest
}
#
# If you backup the root directory, the following two excluded
#   files can be useful
#
Exclude {
File = /tmp/bktest/exclude_dir
File = /tmp/bktest/example.log
#    File = /var/spool/bacula
#    File = /tmp
#    File = /proc
#    File = /tmp
#    File = /sys
#    File = /.journal
#    File = /.fsck
}
}
#
# When to do the backups, full backup on first sunday of the month,
#  differential (i.e. incremental since full) every other sunday,
#  and incremental backups other days
Schedule {
Name = “WeeklyCycle”
Run = Full 1st sun at 23:05
Run = Differential 2nd-5th sun at 23:05
Run = Incremental mon-sat at 23:05
}
# This schedule does the catalog. It starts after the WeeklyCycle
Schedule {
Name = “WeeklyCycleAfterBackup”
Run = Full sun-sat at 23:10
}
# This is the backup of the catalog
FileSet {
Name = “Catalog”
Include {
Options {
signature = MD5
}
File = “/var/spool/bacula/bacula.sql”
}
}
# Client (File Services) to backup
Client {
Name = bacula-client
Address = 192.168.153.129
FDPort = 9102
Catalog = MyCatalog
Password = “BaculaPW#2”          # password for FileDaemon
File Retention = 60 days            # 60 days
Job Retention = 6 months            # six months
#
# Second Client (File Services) to backup
#  You should change Name, Address, and Password before using
#
#Client {
#  Name = bacula2-fd
#  Address = localhost2
#  FDPort = 9102
#  Catalog = MyCatalog
#  Password = “@@FD_PASSWORD@@2”        # password for FileDaemon 2
#  File Retention = 60 days           # 60 days
#  Job Retention = 6 months           # six months
#  AutoPrune = yes                    # Prune expired Jobs/Files
#}
# Definition of file Virtual Autochanger device
Storage {
Name = File1
# Do not use “localhost” here
SDPort = 9103
Password = “BaculaPW#3”
Device = FileChgr1
Media Type = File1
Maximum Concurrent Jobs = 10        # run up to 10 jobs a the same time
# Definition of a second file Virtual Autochanger device
#   Possibly pointing to a different disk drive
Storage {
Name = File2
# Do not use “localhost” here
Address = localhost                # N.B. Use a fully qualified name here
SDPort = 9103
Password = “@@SD_PASSWORD@@”
Device = FileChgr2
Media Type = File2
Maximum Concurrent Jobs = 10        # run up to 10 jobs a the same time
}
# Definition of LTO-4 tape Autochanger device
#Storage {
#  Name = LTO-4
#  Do not use “localhost” here
#  Address = localhost               # N.B. Use a fully qualified name here
#  SDPort = 9103
#  Password = “@@SD_PASSWORD@@”         # password for Storage daemon
#  Device = LTO-4                     # must be same as Device in Storage daemon
#  Maximum Concurrent Jobs = 10
#}
dbname = “bacula”; dbuser = “bacula”; dbpassword = “p@ssw0rd”
}
# Reasonable message delivery — send most everything to email address
#  and to the console
Messages {
Name = Standard
#
# NOTE! If you send to two email or more email addresses, you will need
#  to replace the %r in the from field (-f part) with a single valid
#  email address in both the mailcommand and the operatorcommand.
#  What this does is, it sets the email address that emails would display
#  in the FROM field, which is by default the same email as they’re being
#  sent to.  However, if you send email to more than one address, then
#  you’ll have to set the FROM address manually, to a single address.
#  for example, a ‘no-reply@mydomain.com’, is better since that tends to
#  tell (most) people that its coming from an automated source.
mail = root@localhost = all, !skipped
operator = root@localhost = mount
console = all, !skipped, !saved
#
# WARNING! the following will create a file that you must cycle from
#          time to time as it will grow indefinitely. However, it will
#          also keep all your messages if they scroll off the console.
#
}
#
# Message delivery for daemon messages (no job).
Messages {
Name = Daemon
mail = root@localhost = all, !skipped
}
# Default pool definition
Pool {
Name = Default
Pool Type = Backup
Recycle = yes                       # Bacula can automatically recycle Volumes
AutoPrune = yes                     # Prune expired volumes
Volume Retention = 365 days         # one year
Maximum Volumes = 100               # Limit number of Volumes in Pool
}
# File Pool definition
Pool {
Name = File
Pool Type = Backup
Recycle = yes                       # Bacula can automatically recycle Volumes
AutoPrune = yes                     # Prune expired volumes
Volume Retention = 365 days         # one year
Maximum Volume Bytes = 50G          # Limit Volume size to something reasonable
Maximum Volumes = 100               # Limit number of Volumes in Pool
Label Format = “Vol-”               # Auto label
}
# Scratch pool definition
Pool {
Name = Scratch
Pool Type = Backup
}
#
# Restricted console used by tray-monitor to get the status of the director
#
Console {
Name = bacula-mon
Password = “BaculaPW#4”
CommandACL = status, .status