Bacula Web 9.5.0

I’m pleased to announce that Bacula-Web 9.5.0 release is now available This is a maintenance release. It includes a good amount of bug fixes and some minor features / improvements.

Release Highlights

  • missing navigation (home and back) has been added to most pages
  • time difference between Bacula director and Bacula-Web running host has been fixed
  • improved handling of errors and exceptions
  • improved support for Bacula-Web setup in web server sub-folder (e.g: using Apache mod_alias)
  • csrf token now persists during user session.
  • fixed missing or broken css and javascript assets
  • documentation has been updated (still needs a lot to be improved)
  • many bug fixes

For more details, the release notes is available on GitHub.

As usual, I strongly encourage everyone to upgrade to the latest release.

Docker images

Latest Docker images are available at Docker Hub

Install / Upgrade

The installation or upgrade instructions are available in the official documentation .

How to get help ?

You can submit a new bug report or feature request on the GitHub project

You can also use GitHub discussions to ask a question or give a feedback


Bacula-Web is an open source project, mostly maintained on my spare time with the great help from community users.

If you’re willing to contribute to the project, have a look at the contribution guide


Important note regarding Bacula-Web prior version 8.0.0-rc2

Kind reminder, please note that Bacula-Web versions prior 8.0.0-rc2 are impacted by security issues. The security chapter provide more details.

If you’re still using Bacula-Web prior 8.0.0-rc2, upgrade as soon as possible !


I’d like to thank all contributors for your feedbacks, help and precious contributions. Without you, this release wouldn’t be possible.

Thanks for using and supporting Bacula-Web project