this would be the ideal solution:Just came across a very interesting article on the issue of doing backups to amazon s3.
For me s3 seems like outstanding value for money. If anyone has any updates on backing up onto s3 via cpanel please do let us know.
hey did you ever get this working?I'm working on this at the moment, currently testing the upload times for a daily backup of 9 gigs to see if it is anywhere near backing up to another server on the lan. I don't want backups to be running for more than 4 hours a night.
Once I'm happy with this I'm going to make a new script modelled on the /scripts/cpbackup script but sending to the s3 service rather than an ftp account.
I would have to question whether or not it'd be "wise" for them to integrate this.It seems like Cpanel would be wise to integrate this into the backup options. Imagine the heartache it would save to have this written once and added to a cpanel build rather than have all of us try to hack things and get them working on our own.
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