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In addition to backing up regular files, Backupninja has handlers to ease backing up: Maildir, MySQL, PostgreSQL, SVN, Trac, hardware and system information, as well as the output from custom shell scripts.
Backupninja currently supports common backup utilities, easing their configuration, currently supported are: rdiff-backup, duplicity, rsync and CD/DVD.
Most handlers have their own dependencies/recommendations, shown in brackets bellow:
- dup [duplicity, trickle] - rdiff [rdiff-backup] - sys [debconf-utils, hwinfo, mdadm] - makecd [genisoimage, wodim] - rsync [rsync] - svn [subversion] - tar [bzip2]
|\_ B A C K U P N I N J A /()/ `\| a silent flower blossom death strike to lost data. Backupninja allows you to coordinate system backup by dropping a few simple configuration files into /etc/backup.d/. Most programs you might use for making backups don't have the more»
backupninja (1.0~rc1-1) unstable; urgency=low duplicity 0.6.17 and later has moved to a new sftp/scp backend which no longer uses sftp/scp client programs, but instead relies on paramiko, a Python ssh+sftp implementation. Therefore, the sshoptions option of the backupninja duplicity handler cannot be used for anything but the one supported by this new backend: -oIdentityfile=some_key more»
BACKUPNINJA(1) backupninja package BACKUPNINJA(1) NAME BACKUPNINJA - A lightweight, extensible meta-backup system "a silent flower blossom death strike to lost data." SYNOPSIS backupninja [ -h ] [ -d ] [ -n ] [ -t ] [ -f filename ] [ --run filename ] DESCRIPTION Backupninja allows you to coordinate system backups by drop‐ pin more»
NINJAHELPER(1) backupninja package NINJAHELPER(1) NAME NINJAHELPER - more»
BACKUP.D(5) backupninja package BACKUP.D(5) NAME BACKUP.D - Actio more»
BACKUPNINJA.CONF(5) backupninja package BACKUPNINJA.CONF(5) NAME BACKUPNINJA.CONF more»
backupninja (1.0.1-1) unstable; urgency=low * Imported Upstream version 1.0.1 -- intrigeri <int more»
version 1.0.1 -- June 29, 2012 handler changes rsync: . Issue warnings, not fatal errors, on more»