Subject: [Bacula-users] What's a Virtual Full Spposed to
Look Like?

A few weeks ago - sorry I'm slow - there was a shower of VF messages and
the subject intrigued me enough to change my bacula-dir.conf file and
run a VF on a couple of backup clients. Well, lo and behold, something
happened and w/o any errors.

*list media pool=Default

| 714 | backup_seema | 2011-01-10 23:50:00 | B | F |
49,283 | 17,585,775,645 | T |
| 907 | backup_medigrail | 2011-04-01 22:55:02 | B | F |
185,103 | 4,016,456,888 | T |

Can someone tell me what is supposed to happen? Like maybe a bconsole
command which shows "Whoa! we took a bunch of diffs and last full and
now we have a new full!"


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