Subject: Re: [Bacula-users] Problem "rejected Hello
command" with DIR 2.2.6 and FD 5.0.2

Le 21/04/2011 00:05, John Drescher a écrit :
> On Wed, Apr 20, 2011 at 5:52 PM, Jérôme Blion<jerome.blion@xxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Le 20/04/2011 16:01, Jeremy Maes a écrit :
>>> Op 20/04/2011 15:29, Ben Schmidt schreef:
>>>> I'm running a bacula 2.2.6 on a old Server that's just working. One of
>>>> it's Clients was replaced by a new Server with debian 6.0 today and I
>>>> can't get bacula running.
>>>> Server: DIR: 2.2.6, SD: 2.2.6, SLES 10.1 amd64
>>>> Client: FD: 5.0.2, debian 6.0 amd64
>>>> No SSL/TLS in use.
>>>> ...
>>> Old dir with new clients won't work. The communications protocols have
>>> been updated so the old dir doesn't know how to talk to the new client.
>>> The easiest solution might be to rebuild the old client on the new
>>> platform, though a complete upgrade to the latest 5.0.3 might be better
>>> for future-proof-ness.
>>> Regards,
>>> Jeremy
>> Hello,
>> Is there a compatibility matrix available ?
> No but a simple rule. The server (director and storage) must be always =
> client. Also the director must be the same version as the storage.
> John

This rule is not the real truth.
I'm backing up a 2.4.4 (Debian Lenny) client on a 5.0.2 (Debian Squeeze)
Director (and Storage)
Does the Bacula team plan to provide such compatibility matrix ?

Best regards.
Jerome Blion.

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