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This repository contains cBackup documentation and releases


cBackup [siː ˈbækʌp] — network equipment configuration backup tool. You may check out the official cBackup website for community help, discussions and usecases. Easy-to-use documentation is available on


Description Type Link and version
Production stable release Archive cbackup.tar.gz
Production stable release CentOS 7, RPM cbackup.el7.noarch.rpm
Production stable release CentOS 6, RPM cbackup.el6.noarch.rpm
Production stable release Ubuntu/Debian, DEB cbackup.deb
Debug/devel release Archive cbackup_debug-release.tar.gz


Please refer to detailed installation description in the official documenation.

Essentials and system requirements

cBackup is intended for usage in Linux environment. It consists of two parts: web interface and multithreaded Java daemon. We recommend dedicated standalone appliance due to relatively high demand on resources. Brief system requirements are:

  • Linux server
  • Web server (Apache, NGinx)
  • PHP 7.0 or newer
  • Java 8, JRE
  • MySQL 5.5 or newer (or compatible MariaDB, Percona, etc)
  • Git 1.8 or newer
  • NetSNMP
  • OpenSSH
  • libCurl


Published under the GNU Affero General Public License (AGPLv3)
Copyright 2017 © cBackup Team: Oļegs Čapligins, Imants Černovs, Dmitrijs Galočkins