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Wed, 15 Aug 2007
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bacula-server sysutils files touched by this commit Network backup solution (server)
Upgrade to 2.2.0
This release contains significant speed improvments.

This Director and Storage daemon must be upgraded at the same time,
but they should be compatible with all 2.0.x File daemons, unless you
use some of the new features that affect the FD. In other words, you should
not have to upgrade all your File daemons when you upgrade.

There is no database upgrade needed from version 2.0.x to 2.2.0.

The major new features are:
- Much faster insertion of attributes (somewhere around 10 times),
many thanks to Eric Bollengier and Marc Cousin.
- First release of bat (Bacula Administration Tool). Note to build
bat you must explicitly enable it on the ./configure line, you
must have the Qt4 version 4.2 or later libraries loaded, the qwt
(Qt Graphics) package loaded, and qmake and the other Qt4 tools
must be available. Most of the implementation was done by Dirk Bartley.
- Red/Black restore in memory tree (500 times faster loading).

Full release notes:
http://sourceforge.net/project/shownotes.php?release_id=531447

PR:             ports/115468
Submitted by:   Dan Langille (maintainer)

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