UrBackup Server 2.2.3 beta/Client 2.2.2 beta

The parallel client-side file hashing is behind a feature flag in the internet settings tab on the server and needs to be enabled first.

Changes with server 2.2.3 beta

  • Fix build issue on FreeBSD
  • Add info about configuring docker clients when adding client
  • Show when backups are paused (untested)
  • Correctly add/not add checksums in file list request and channel
  • Delete file backups during operation in parallel after startup recovery
  • Only set unsynced images to incomplete on startup recovery
  • Remove wrong error message with client-side hash being wrong in resume for partial files

Major changes with server 2.2.x beta

  • Client-side file hashing parallel with file backup
  • Image backup restore via Internet client
  • Simultaneous file meta data application with file backups
  • Scriptable (lua) alerts and reports

Changes with client 2.2.2 beta

  • Do not follow symlinks if the symlink target is excluded
  • Use computer name and serial id to construct default macOS client name
  • Proper hash send error failure handling in file server

Major changes with client 2.2.x beta

  • Client-side file hashing parallel with file backup

Changes with Restore CD 2.1.x beta

  • Image backup restore via Internet client

Upgrade process

As always: Replace the executables (via the installers) and the database of the server/client will be updated on first running it.

Place the files from the update directory into C:\Program Files\UrBackupServer\urbackup or /var/urbackup to auto-update clients. Disable Download client from update server in the server settings to prevent the server from downloading the current version.

On Linux e.g. with this update script: https://github.com/ptempier/get_urbackupclient/blob/master/updateclient.sh

Downgrade process (server)

Stop the UrBackup server, restore C:\Program Files\UrBackupServer\urbackup or /var/urbackup from a backup before upgrade and then install the previous version over the beta release.


I’m happy to report that this version compiles without issue in a FreeNAS jail.

Many thanks!

Same here! No problem in FreeNAS. Thanks.

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