I have noticed that with the Windows client (1.32-f4) that
files that are "moved" onto a filesystem that Bacula
backs up are not backed up if the files were created
before the last successful incremental backup was
For instance, say I have Bacula set up to run a daily
incremental backup, and I take some pictures with my digital
camera on Sunday. On Tuesday, (after at least on successful
incremental backup) I "move" them onto the Windows machine.
Bacula will never back up these files until the next Full
I don't know too much about how mtime, or the equivalent,
works on Windows, but I would assume that if bacula sees a
file in a directory that it doesn't have in the catalog that
it should back it up during an incremental regardless of its
creation/modification time. Is this incorrect?
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