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It's a bunch of files, like any other bunch of files. Use whatever method you use to backup the rest of the system. As this is on a server I would have thought it would already be included in the regular backup scheme. If you're using half-decent backup software, even Windows own NT Backup, it should be using the Volume Shadow Copy service, which will take ...


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RAID is a much better use of these disks. You could setup 4 or all 6 of the disks in RAID10 and get better performance and redundancy - if one drive fails, you don't need to restore from backups, you just need to replace the disk. The server and everything on it keeps running the whole time. However, RAID is not a backup. It won't help if you delete a ...


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You absolutely, never ever want a backup to disks in your system. This isn't a backup. If your system dies, it can knock out all hard disks (same with fire, flood and other catastrophes). If your server get attacked, the attacker can delete all disks in the system, etc.etc. Always back up to external media, preferably off-site or move them off-site in ...


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Just copying the repo files is a bad idea: ...unless you temporarily disable all other access to your repository, simply doing a recursive directory copy runs the risk of generating a faulty backup. You should use the The svnadmin hotcopy command. Repository Maintenance > Repository Backup You could script this and run it as a scheduled task. ...


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is it possible to backup many websites with different file name from a single command? Yes. You'll just need to write up a bash script to perform the backup. can i store the backup files to my other server via ftp automatically ? Yes. Again, you'll need to do that from within your backup script. or it's better to create a ...


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I do both dump and hotcopy. Put them in a batch file and create a task with Task Scheduler to run it daily. Here is my sample batch file !backing up credentials copy H:\Repositories\authz G:\Repo-Backups\7-22-2013\backup copy H:\Repositories\authz-windows G:\Repo-Backups\7-22-2013\backup copy H:\Repositories\htpasswd G:\Repo-Backups\7-22-2013\backup !full ...


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To allow ssh login to your production server without you typing the password you'll need to set up some non-interactive authentication if it's not already set up. http://www.walkernews.net/2008/06/06/how-to-setup-non-interactive-ssh-login/ http://troy.jdmz.net/rsync/index.html Then it's basically a matter of adding the commands for each step to a shell ...



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