I have two dedicated servers: one has CentOS, the other Ubuntu. I installed backup manager on both servers. But I have two different behaviors.
- The backup of my files is "every night". I wish "every week."
- The backup of my DB is "every night" (that's good).
- the action is executed twice each night (once at 2 am, once at 4am ... why??)
- Backup Manager for erase on my FTP files older than 5 days ... So, this morning, my backup server was completely full.
- The backup does not start automatically. Why?
- When I start it manually, it seems to work but I get an error. In fact, I use a PHP script that fires when Backup Manager has completed. My script detects file integrity with md5 checksum. But there seems to be an error.
Here is my backup-manager.conf on CentOS
Here is my post-backup script for CentOS
- It does not use the checksum
- It works
- However, I do not find the hostname: why??
The mail is sent like this:
Ns390769.ovh.net-sacdunjour.20111115.sql.gz (0.08 GB) nns390769.ovh.net-www.20111115.tar.gz (0.01 GB) nns390769.ovh.net-www.20111115.master.tar.gz (1.65 GB) nns390769.ovh.net-20111115.md5 (0 GB) nns390769.ovh.net-itbag_prestashop.20111115.sql.gz (0 GB) nTotal: 1.74 Go
Here is my backup-manager.conf on ubuntu
Here is my post-backup script on ubuntu
- Use of checksum
- It does not find me the file size
- I find the hostname (not CentOS)
The mail is sent like this
Files locally: Ns384990.ovh.net-20111108.md5 (0 B) Ns384990.ovh.net-all-mysql-databases.20111108.sql.bz2 (0 B) Ns384990.ovh.netwww.20111108.master.tar.gz (0 B) TOTAL: 0 B Integrity problem in the files sent to the FTP server`
It's a real headache for me. Can you help me?
Sorry for the length of my message, but I wanted to give you much information.