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|config||fixes, makes rackspace cloud duplicity containers work again|
|README||fixes, makes rackspace cloud duplicity containers work again|
|TODO||fixes, makes rackspace cloud duplicity containers work again|
|felicity||fixes, makes rackspace cloud duplicity containers work again|
Dodgy little python thing that: * Deploys a new server at a provider like Rackspace Cloud (by way of libcloud) * Installs a bunch of stuff like duplicity, python-boto, some scripts * Sets up a firewall, configures ssh to reject password auth * Runs a restore of backups from the Amazon S3 or Rackspace cloud based buckets found that match arg(1) (server name) * Runs a collection-status on the backups too * emails the results * Halts after 48 hours Tonnes of ugly hacks at this stage, working on things from the TODO. Dependencies: * libcloud, python, fabric Usage: * Copy config/felicity.ini.example to config/felicity.ini and customise to suit. * Put an authorized_keys file containing at least one SSH public key in config/ * Ensure you have an id_rsa private key in your ~/.ssh dir. * Either run it from CLI like: /home/$user/felicity/felicity <servername>, or * Create a .forward file in your home dir containing: "| /home/$user/felicity/felicity" ...and send an e-mail to this user with the <servername> as the Subject line.