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This tools backups Docker volume containers and stores them on s3.
To use it, run:
$ docker run -v /var/run/docker.sock:/docker.sock \ -v /var/lib/docker/vfs/dir:/var/lib/docker/vfs/dir \ -e ACCESS_KEY=... -e SECRET_KEY=... docker-backup-daemon \ s3://<BUCKET> container-a container-b container-c...
This will run docker-backup, gzip and upload a tarball named after the container to S3.
See docker-backup on how to restore a backup.
The Dockerfile passes command line options to docker-backup by setting the OPTS environment variable. If you need to override/change those, you can set it on the command line:
$ docker run -e OPTS="-addr=/foo/docker.sock" ...