AMANDA, the Advanced Maryland Automatic Network Disk Archiver, is a
backup system that allows the administrator of a LAN to set up a
single master backup server to back up multiple hosts to one or more
tape drives or disk files. AMANDA uses native dump and/or GNU tar
facilities and can back up a large number of workstations running
multiple versions of Unix. Newer versions of AMANDA (including this
version) can use SAMBA to back up Microsoft(TM) Windows95/NT hosts.
The amanda package contains the core AMANDA programs and will need to
be installed on both AMANDA clients and AMANDA servers. Note that you
will have to install the amanda-client and/or amanda-server packages as
amanda-archive-format The Amanda archive format is designed to be a simple, efficient means of interleaving multiple simultaneous files, allowing an arbitrary number of data streams... amanda.conf amanda.conf(5) is the main configuration file for Amanda. This manpage lists the relevant sections and parameters of this file for quick reference. The file... amanda-auth Amanda offers 8 methods of communication between Amanda server (sometimes also called the tape server) and clients, each with its own authentication method. The... amanda-auth-ssl This authenticate method use ssl certificate to authenticate host, all transfer over the network is encrypted. Each amanda client/server must have its own... amanda-compatibility Amanda has used several on-the-wire protocols to communicate between the server and backup clients, and not all of them have been compatible. Versions of Amanda... amanda-match Several Amanda commands allow the user to specify dumps using "match expressions". This manual page describes the syntax of these expressions. In some places... amanda-scripts The Script API is a flexible system for invoking user-supplied scripts at various points in the execution of Amanda. This manual page describes the operation... amaespipe amaespipe requires aespipe, uuencode and gpg to work. Aespipe is available from : http://loop-aes.sourceforge.net amaespipe will search for the aespipe program... amanda This manual page gives an overview of the Amanda commands and configuration files for quick reference.Commands Here are all the Amanda commands. Each one has... amarchiver Amarchiver manipulates amanda archive file. On creation, amarchiver doesn't recurse into directories. If a filename specifies a directory, it will be ignored... amcleanupdisk Amcleanupdisk list and/or remove invalid file from the holding disk directories. This program is run by amcleanup. See the amanda(8) man page for more details... amcrypt amcrypt requires aespipe, uuencode and gpg to work. Aespipe is available from : http://loop-aes.sourceforge.net amcrypt will search for the aespipe program in... amcrypt-ossl amcrypt-ossl uses OpenSSL to encrypt and decrypt data. OpenSSL is available from www.openssl.org. OpenSSL offers a wide variety of cipher choices ( amcrypt-ossl... amcrypt-ossl-asym amcrypt-ossl-asym uses OpenSSL to encrypt and decrypt data. OpenSSL is available from www.openssl.org. OpenSSL offers a wide variety of cipher choices (... amcryptsimple amcryptsimple calls gpg to perform symmetric data encryption on Amanda backup. amcryptsimple will search for the gpg program in the following directories... amgetconf Amgetconf has three main jobs: to fetch configuration information from the Amanda configuration; to fetch build-time configuration values; and to open and close... amgpgcrypt amgpgcrypt calls gpg to perform public-key data encryption on Amanda backup. amgpgcrypt will search for the gpg program in the following directories... amplot Amplot reads an amdump output file that Amanda generates each run (e.g. amdump.1) and translates the information into a picture format that may be used to... amssl amssl is a program to manage amanda ssl certificates for the ssl auth. It can create self-signed CA, server certificate and client certificates. script-email script-email is an Amanda script implementing the Script API. It should not be run by users directly. It sends a notification email to the addresses specified...