Subject: Re: [Bacula-users] Resetting vchanger



On 4/21/2011 3:16 AM, Koenraad Lelong wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I have been messing around with vchanger. Now I would like to start from
> zero. How do I do this ? Vchanger seems to remember how many removable
> drive it already initialized. Where does it store this information ?
>
> Or do I have to make a new config-file ?

No, you don't need a new config file. Delete everything in vchanger's
work directory (determined by the work_dir setting in the vchanger
config). Vchanger also examines the removable drive contents, so you
also have to delete everything on the removable drive. Finally, Bacula
has volume metadata in its database, so you have to delete those volumes
that were on the removable drive from the Bacula database using the
'delete volume=' command from within bconsole.


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