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Incremental backup to Amazon S3

Discussion in 'Data Protection' started by lmathieu, Apr 22, 2014.

  1. lmathieu

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    Hi everyone,

    We're trying to use Amazon S3 for our daily backups, however, we don't want to send all the data everyday.

    Is there a way for cPanel to backup system configuration, accounts informations and databases, without backuping user's home directories. The home directories would be handled by an "s3cmd sync" script that would be launched by /scripts/postcpbackup.
     
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    Link is broken. Not working anymore, can you help us to update it please? Im interested in the topic of how to make either an incremental or exclude of cache files.

    - - - Updated - - -

    Also, does anybody know about an incremental sync to S3?
     
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    Thanks Michael, one question...
    does this: */.wysiwygPro_* mean that anything called .wysiwygPro_[whatever] stored in [wherever] wont be saved?

    So If I need to exclude cache directories from accounts may I use: */cache/*

    would that be fine?
     
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    Yes, however you should likely restrict it to your public_html directories. EX:

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    public_html/cache/*
    This would exclude the files within the cache directory, but not the directory itself.

    Thank you.
     
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