See which volumes Bacula knows about. The list also shows important volume attributes, which can be essential for the backup operator.
Volumes are organized in Pools, and represented in a tree view in this display.
The list of jobs that Bacula ran includes some information about the jobs themselves, but also allows quick access to related information, as well as to operate on those jobs (like deleting a job). Also, you can initiate a restore of selected jobs.
To keep the listing manageable, you can apply filters to the list.
Job reports can be stored in the catalog database and presented by bat. This report can be displayed by selecting “Show log for job” in the contect menu shown above.
Jobs can be started by bat. You can set the important attributes for the job to run through the graphical interface, including a start time.
You can select distinct versions of backed up files through a clear, hierarchical display of all the files. Once you selected which files you want to restore, the restore job can be started.
The filter selections at the bottom allow you to quickly choose which set of backups to select from.
Through the list of volumes, you can access a panel to modify the settings of any volume. It's easy to set a volume to “disabled”, for example if you want to store it offsite.