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#!/usr/bin/env bash
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# You will need to install the swift python client to get this to work
# check out https://community.hpcloud.com/article/python-swiftclient-linux-installation
# for directions
#
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# Config below
# The name of the Object storage container you are targeting
Swift_Container="Server_Backups"
# The name must be unique across all servers using the same swift container.
Server_Unique_Name="Server"
# The full path to the working directory.
Backups_Home_Directory="/home/ubuntu/backups"
#What directory do you want logs dumped into
Logs_Directory="/home/ubuntu/backups/logs"
#start up
# first off, we need to check for the logs directory
if [ ! -d $Backups_Home_Directory ]; then
echo "woops, something is wrong. My expected home directory is missing. Perhaps a typo in the config?"
echo "exiting!"
exit 1
fi
if [ ! -d "${Logs_Directory}" ]; then
echo "woops, my logs directory is missing. I'll create a new one"
mkdir $Logs_Directory
fi
now=`date "+%Y-%m-%d-%H-%M-%S"`
logs="${Logs_Directory}/${now}.txt"
touch $logs
echo "starting up at ${now}">>$logs
echo "Swift Container = ${Swift_Container}">>$logs
echo "Server's Unique Name = ${Server_Unique_Name}">>$logs
echo "Backup Home Directory = ${Backups_Home_Directory}">>$logs
echo "Logging Directory = ${Logs_Directory}">>$logs
#
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# Env Checks
echo "checking for my directories">>$logs
if [ ! -d "${Backups_Home_Directory}/scratch" ]; then
echo "woops, my scratch directory is missing. I'll create a new one">>$logs
mkdir $Backups_Home_Directory/scratch
fi
if [ ! -d "${Backups_Home_Directory}/backup_storage" ]; then
echo "woops, my storage directory is missing. I'll create a new one">>$logs
mkdir $Backups_Home_Directory/backup_storage
fi
#start process, create a unique filename
target="${Server_Unique_Name}_${now}.tgz"
echo "starting backup">>$logs
echo "moving backup assets over">>$logs
#clean up after last run, just incase something went south.
rm -rf ~/backups/scratch/*
# Anything you put into the scratch directory will be backed up, so you can use things like
# MySQL dump or what have you, and just put the resultant files in ~/backups/scratch
#### PUT THE COMMANDS TO COPY THE STUFF YOU WANT TO BACKUP BELOW
cp -R ~/.znc ~/backups/scratch/
cp -R ~/git ~/backups/scratch/
cp -R ~/www ~/backups/scratch/
cp ~/push_site.sh ~/backups/scratch/
cp ~/site_updater ~/backups/scratch/
#### PUT THE COMMANDS TO COPY THE STUFF YOU WANT TO BACKUP ABOVE
#Create the archive
cd ~/backups/
echo "creating archive file named ${target}">>$logs
tar -czf $target scratch/*
#Upload to Object Store. You'll want to insure that the container is set correctly
echo "uploading to object storage">>$logs
swift upload $Swift_Container $target >>$logs
#Clean up
echo "Moving archive to storage">>$logs
mv $target ~/backups/backup_storage
#clean up the scratch directory
echo "cleaning up">>$logs
rm -rf ~/backups/scratch/*
finish=`date "+%Y-%m-%d-%H-%M-%S"`
echo "backup completed at ${finish}">>$logs