Network Backup with Bacula How-to
This book is a practical, task-based, how-to guide that starts with setup and configuration of various Bacula components and then takes the reader through different scheduling strategies and various other tips. This book is for junior network administrators familiar with Linux or BSD who are looking for a simple and consistent network backup solution. It's assumed that you are able to set up and configure a Linux or BSD server and are familiar with local network layouts and routing.
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