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0001293bareos-coredirectorpublic2020-12-18 12:29
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PlatformLinuxOSCentOSOS Version7
Product Version19.2.9 
Summary0001293: Maximum Volume Bytes does not recognize T as a size number
  Maximum Volume Bytes = 1T
in a Pool resource produces this error:

 bareos-dir: ERROR in lib/ Config error: expected a size number, got: 1T
            : line 7, col 82 of file /etc/bareos/bareos-dir.d/pool/Full.conf

The documentation says "Maximum Volume Bytes" is of Type: SIZE64
but the documentation does not specify how a "Type: SIZE64" should or can be specified.

Or at least it is not possible to find the definition of SIZE64 in the documentation. Neither with the search function or the index.
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