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AMSAMBA(8)		System Administration Commands		    AMSAMBA(8)

NAME
       amsamba - Amanda	Application to interface with smbclient

DESCRIPTION
       Amsamba is an Amanda Application	API script. It should not be run by
       users directly. It uses smbclient to backup and restore data.

       The diskdevice in the disklist (DLE) must have the form
       '//CIFSHOST/SHARE/SUBDIR' where CIFSHOST	is the CIFS host containing
       the data	to be backed up, 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.

       Unlike most applications, amsamba backs up and restores data located on
       a different system from that where amsamba itself runs. The host
       containing the data is the CIFS host. In	practice, amsamba is usually
       run on the same system as the Amanda server, with a DLE like

       localhost "//CIFSHOST/SHARENAME"	amsamba-dumptype

       Include or exclude can be used, but not both. The path for 'exclude
       list' or	'include list' must be absolute	path on	the CIFS host. 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.

PROPERTIES
       This section lists the properties that control amsamba's	functionality.
       See amanda-applications(7) for information on application properties
       and how they are	configured.

       SMBCLIENT-PATH

	   The path to the smbclient binary.  The default is set when Amanda
	   is built by the --with-smbclient configure option.

       GNUTAR-PATH

	   The path to the gnutar binary.  The default is set when Amanda is
	   built by the	--with-gnutar configure	option.	gnutar is used to
	   create the index.

       AMANDAPASS

	   Location of the amandapass file, defaulting to
	   "$CONFIG_DIR/amandapass".  Relative pathnames are relative to the
	   configuration directory, "$CONFIG_DIR/<config>".  Note that this
	   file	is located on the client, not on the server.  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.  '%Password' is optional if the user can connect to the
	   share without password.  'User%Password' is optional, the user
	   'guest' without password is use to connect to the share.  Domain is
	   optional. Example:
	     //another-pc/share	otheruser%otherpw domain
	     //another-pc/share	otheruser%otherpw
	     //another-pc/share	myuser mydomain
	     //another-pc/share	myuser
	     //another-pc/share

       ALLOW-ANONYMOUS

	   This	username without password is used to connect to	the share if
	   no matching entry is	found in the amandapass	file.

       DIRECTORY

	   For restore command only, the data is recoved in that directory.
	   Must	be a unix path for "tar" RECOVER-MODE or a smb path for	"smb"
	   recover-MODE.

       RECOVER-MODE

	   "tar" or "smb", default to "tar". If	"tar", the data	is recovered
	   on the local	machine, If "smb", the data is recovered on the	smb
	   client machine.

       REGEX-MATCH

	   If set to "YES", amsamba use	the 'r'	tarmode	which uses regex to do
	   the include and exclude pattern matching, it	can be slow.

INCLUDE	AND EXCLUDE LISTS
       This application	supplies exclude lists via the smbclient-TX option.
       Normal shell-style wildcard expressions,	using *	and ?, are not
       supported. All expressions are matched only from	the base directory of
       the DLE.	Expressions that match a directory may have a leading or
       trailing	"/". Example expressions:

	 ./temp-files		# exclude top-level dir	"temp-files" entirely
	 ./temp-files/		# same
	 /temp-files		# same
	 temp-files		# same
	 ./temp-files/*		# BAD: does nothing
	 *.iso			# BAD: does nothing
	 proxy/local/cache	# exclude "cache" in dir "proxy/local"

       Include lists are supported only	if excludes are	not given. They	are
       handled via the smbclient-TI option. Include matching is	identical to
       the exclude matching described above.

EXAMPLE
	 define	application app_amsamba	{
	   property "SMBCLIENT-PATH" "/usr/bin/smbclient"
	   property "GNUTAR-PATH" "/bin/tar"
	   property "AMANDAPASS" /etc/amandapass"
	   property "ALLOW-ANONYMOUS" "guest"
	 }

SEE ALSO
       amanda(8), amanda.conf(5), amanda-applications(7)

       The Amanda Wiki:	: http://wiki.zmanda.com/

AUTHOR
       Jean-Louis Martineau <martineau@zmanda.com>
	   Zmanda, Inc.	(http://www.zmanda.com)

Amanda 3.3.9			  02/09/2016			    AMSAMBA(8)

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