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 german_translation [2007/09/17 18:38] german_translation [2008/04/08 09:33] (current) Line 1: Line 1: + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + ====deutsches Bacula Manual ==== + + eine immer (halbwegs) aktuelle Version des deutschen Handbuchs ist unter + + http://www.bacula.org/de/?page=documentation + + zu finden. + + ====open questions and comments:==== + + any posts are welcome :) + + + + + + ====bugs.tex==== + + In addition, the file {\bf patches-version-number} in the + {\bf patches} directory contains a summary of each of the patches. + + es gibt keine Datei namens patches-version-number, in patches/ liegen Verzeichnisse und darin patches + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + ====catmaintenance.tex==== + + Over time, as noted above, your database will tend to grow. I've noticed that + even though Bacula regularly prunes files, {\bf MySQL} does not effectively + use the space, and instead continues growing. To avoid this, from time to + time, you must compact your database. Normally, large commercial database such + as Oracle have commands that will compact a database to reclaim wasted file + space. MySQL has the {\bf OPTIMIZE TABLE} command that you can use, and SQLite + version 2.8.4 and greater has the {\bf VACUUM} command. We leave it to you to + explore the utility of the {\bf OPTIMIZE TABLE} command in MySQL. + + wie denn nun? MySQL oder {\bf MySQL} ? + + das zieht sich durch ganze Manual: Bacula und {\bf Bacula} + ohne {\bf} scheint aber die neuere Version zu sein .... + + + Normally, large commercial database such + as Oracle have commands that will compact a database to reclaim wasted file + space. + + und danach kommt: "MySQL has the {\bf OPTIMIZE TABLE} command that you can use," + ersatzlos streichen. alle Datenbanken haben solche Kommandos. + + + + + Recently my root partition filled and the MySQL database was corrupted. + Simply running {\bf myisamchk -r} did not fix the problem. However, + the following script did the trick for me: + + \footnotesize + \begin{verbatim} + #!/bin/sh + for i in *.MYD ; do + mv $i x${i} + t=echo \$i | cut -f 1 -d '.' - + mysql bacula <