AMSAMBA(8) System Administration Commands AMSAMBA(8)NAMEamsamba - Amanda Application to interface with smbclient
Amsamba is an Amanda Application API script. It should not be run by
users directly. It uses smbclient to backup and restore data.
The device name in the disklist must have the form
´//HOST/SHARE/SUBDIR´ where HOST is the CIFS host, SHARE is the share
to connect and subdir is the subdirectory to backup. ´/subdir´ can be
ommited, in which case the complete share is archived. The host in the
disklist should be the name of an intermediate host that has smbclient
installed, and is often the Amanda server itself.
Include or exclude can be used, but not both. The path for ´exclude
list´ or ´include list´ must be absolute path on the client. The
estimate calculates the complete size of the share, without regard for
include or exclude directives. It will be larger than the actual dump
if you use include or exclude. Using ´estimate server´ in the dumptype
could give better estimate.
This section lists the properties that control amsamba´s functionality.
See amanda-applications(7) for information on application properties
and how they are configured.
The path to the smbclient binary. The default is set when Amanda
The path to the gnutar binary. The default is set when Amanda is
built. gnutar is use to create the index.
Location of the amandapass file, The default is "/etc/amandapass".
The format of the file is as follow:
Sharename User%Password Domain
Sharename is ´//HOST/SHARE´ without the SUBDIR. Sharename can be
quoted, it can be ´*´ to match all share, it can be ´//pc-host/*´
to match all share on pc-host. User is the username use to connect
to the share. Password is the password use to connect to the
share. Domain is optional. Example:
//another-pc/share otheruser%otherpw domain
SEE ALSOamanda.conf(5), amanda-applications(7)AUTHOR
Jean-Louis Martineau <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Zmanda, Inc. (http://www.zmanda.com)
Amanda 2.6.1p2 11/05/2009 AMSAMBA(8)