Posted By

berkes on 01/22/10


Tagged

backup unix rsync linux crontab


Versions (?)

Simple rsync backupscript.


 / Published in: Bash
 

URL: webschuur.com

This script pulls in files with rsync, storing them locally with hardlinks for unchanged, and real files for changed -files.

  • KEY=$HOME/.ssh/iddsapasswdless -- an id_rtsa key without a password. --adding this to remote authorized keys must be done with care: you will prbably want to whitelist one IP-adress.
  • RHOST=ssh.example.com -- the host where to connect to using ssh, or rsync.
  • RUSER=example-username -- the username on the host. Must have read access in the SOURCE dit (see below).
  • LPATH=$HOME/Archive/example-com/ -- where to place the backups
  • RPATH=/var/www/example-com/ -- the to-be-backuped dir.

You probably want to add this as script (backup_example-com.sh) in ~/bin, or any other directory available in $PATH. And then add it to crontab.

See a howto here: http://troy.jdmz.net/rsync/index.html

  1. #!/bin/sh
  2.  
  3. RSYNC=/usr/bin/rsync
  4. SSH=/usr/bin/ssh
  5. KEY=$HOME/.ssh/id_dsa_passwdless
  6. RUSER=foo
  7. RHOST=ssh.example.com
  8. RPATH=/var/www/
  9. LPATH=$HOME/archive/example-com/
  10.  
  11. date=`date "+%Y-%m-%dT%H:%M:%S"`
  12.  
  13. $RSYNC -v -n -az -e "$SSH -i $KEY" --link-dest=$LPATH/current $RUSER@$RHOST:$RPATH $LPATH/back-$date
  14.  
  15. rm $LPATH/current &&
  16. ln -s $LPATH/back-$date $LPATH/current

Report this snippet  

You need to login to post a comment.