[pkg-bacula-devel] Bug#854684: bacula doesn't officially support SQLite3
leo at debian.org
Fri Feb 10 00:00:01 UTC 2017
Sven Hartge <sven at svenhartge.de> writes:
> I was quite surprised to see sqlite3 being the default. I would have sworn
> the default being MySQL.
I didn't change it because I wasn't aware that it's not really supported.
> But at least the description for bacula-director-sqlite3 mentions sqlitt3
> being only useful for small or test installations. (Maybe we can put in a
> warning via NEWS for Buster [too late for Stretch for that] that SQLite3
> is unsupported and should no longer be used.)
I'll put it on the TODO list for consideration, we have some time to
think about it until the stretch release...
> Concerning the default database: I think upstream favors PostgreSQL.
So do I, although I used SQLite3 on my first installation and never had
problems (except when the database finally grew too big).
I liked it as a default because it's uncomplicated. But yes, it's
probably best to follow upstream's recommendation in this case.
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