Vchanger may be used with the Bacula Open Source network backup system to emulate a magazine-based tape autoloader using disk partitions on fixed or removable disk drives as virtual magazines and files on those partitions as virtual tape volumes.

Features

  • Simultaneously utilize multiple removable drives as a single virtual autochanger
  • Volume files may be added, deleted, or moved between physical devices
  • Unlimited volume files and unlimited virtual drives
  • Interaction with Bacula via bconsole supports plug-n-play of removable drives
  • Easily scaled by adding additional removable drives

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  • Very useful. Thanks.

    1 user found this review helpful.
  • Without vchanger, Bacula has no right to claim it supports disk-based backup. Wtih vchanger, one gains the ability to use disks as virtual tape drives. Bacula should incorporate vchanger's functionality. This has been a complaint of mine for years.

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Additional Project Details

Intended Audience

System Administrators

User Interface

Command-line

Programming Language

C++, C

Registered

2008-06-06