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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0000213||Bacula-Web||enhancement||public||2017-08-29 16:29||2017-08-30 07:59|
|Priority||normal||Severity||major||Reproducibility||have not tried|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0000213: SQLite3 support will be disabled in next release of Bacula|
Kern is removing SQLite3 support in Bacula.
Take a look.
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Thank you, I saw the thread on bacula-users mailing list.
I'm waiting an official announce from Kern about SQLite support in Bacula.
But even if SQLite is not supported as of Bacula version 9.0.4 for example, I think that
- i should keep already written code for SQLite in Bacula-Web
- people who are still using "old" version of Bacula might be using SQLite (even for small environments)
- as mentioned in the thread, Bacula Debian package provide SQLite by default until 9.0.x, so I have to really careful for those.
- Bacula Enterprise version, which can be used with Bacula-Web still use SQLite for testing and non-production environment
For these reasons, I'll wait a bit before stopping SQLite databasse back-end.
I'll keep this bug report open until things move (officially) on Bacula side