I have the following settings in my configuration file: (/etc/rsnapshot.conf) Script/Tool: http://www.rsnapshot.org/ backup_script ssh firstname.lastname@example.org "sh /home/user/backup_mysql.sh" ...
I'm currently running rsnapshot on host1, backing up some files from host2 using the inbuilt SFTP support (I have daily, weekly, and monthly backups running in a standard rsnapshot configuration). ...
I am using rsnapshot and my config is as follows: config_version 1.2 snapshot_root /home/user/.snapshots/ cmd_cp /bin/cp cmd_rm /bin/rm cmd_rsync /usr/bin/rsync cmd_ssh /usr/bin/ssh ...
I am trying to create a backup of a remote server. This is my configuration: Server1 (webserver) Server2 (backupserver) This is my little script. It starts from the server2: #!/bin/bash ...
I have a production server A and a VM server B (test and dev). Server B has hourly rsnapshots of server A. We'd like to use the snapshot tree at server B for further propragation to one of our branch ...
I'm setting up a server to do remote backups through SSH (pull). How can I copy the /root directory without logging in as root user?