Re: [Bacula-users] Unable to restore some encrypted Windows 2003 backups with master.pem
2012/4/16 Martin Simmons <martin AT lispworks DOT com>:
>>>>>> On Sat, 14 Apr 2012 13:53:37 +0200, Hugo Letemplier said:
>> 2012/4/11 Martin Simmons <martin AT lispworks DOT com>:
>> >>>>>> On Wed, 4 Apr 2012 16:59:58 +0200, Hugo Letemplier said:
>> >> Hello, I have tested encryption/decryption on many bacula backups but
>> >> one job is tricky
>> >> I have Linux, MacOSX and Windows 2003 servers
>> >> I have master.cert and one fd.pem for encryption on each client.
>> >> fd.pem is specific for each client
>> >> master.cert is on every client and allow to decrypt with the "secret"
>> >> master.pem in the case we loose the specific backup key.
>> >> My bacula server is unable to restore 1 of my three Windows servers
>> >> using the master.pem keypair
>> > Saying "unable to restore" is too vague -- what is the error message?
>> I wanted to say that Master encryption/decryption doesn't work
>> although the client specific encryption/decryption works
>> It's just saying :
>> Error: Missing private key required to decrypt encrypted backup data.
>> > Which one fails to restore?
>> > Is it definitely using the correct bacula-fd.conf? E.g. try temporarily
>> > deleting the master.pem file and see if the bacula-fd fails to start.
>> The file daemon with master.pem is decrypting every other backup fine
>> (linux, mac windows) so it can't come from the restore FD but more
>> from the backup fd when it loads the master.cert that contains the
>> master public key.
> That points to a problem on the Windows machine's file daemon. E.g. try
> temporarily deleting the master.pem file from the Windows client and verify
> that you get an error when you restart its bacula-fd.
Did you want to say master.cert file ? Instead of master.pem
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