• Backup remote websites in PHP

    Does someone know of a good PHP option that could backup several remote websites using FTP? It needs to be easy to configure and the possibility to run through a CRON job (it wouldn't hurt to have a local storage of backup files too). Thanks so much!

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  • Use rsync to backup recently changed files

    Would anyone happen to know if it's possible to specify a time range so that rsync only does work on recently changed files? My friend and I are currently working on a script to backup our recently added files over SSH and we thought rsync would work best for this. But here's the problem: The...

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  • What is the Best SQL RAID configuration and setup?

    We have a new HP Server, ML350 Gen 9, Intel Xeon 6C-E5 2620 v2, 32GB DDR3, 4TB (4x900GB 10k SAS, 1x300GB 10k SAS) OS is windows server 2012 64bit and MS-SQL 2014 Standard Edition. This will be used for our Hospital Information System, our users is around 40 and the daily transaction is from medium...

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  • Corrupt Photo CD – COMP.dat / Content.dat

    Hi, Just been handed a CD that contained a lot of photos. The person in question took them on the CD to a supermarket photo printer. Inserted the CD and there is now just 2 files visible a file called CONTENT.DAT (0.16KB) and a COMP.DAT file at 160MB. If I look at the CD using ISOBUSTER I see just...

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  • Backup strategy for Amazon ElasticSearch

    Does anyone know what the best backup strategy is for Amazon ElasticSearch. I would appreciate any help available!

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  • Best way to backup our production database

    For the past several weeks, we've been looking at CouchDB for a CMS application. What's the best way for us for backing up our production database? Should we possibly clone the database (so we can use it in testing / development). What about just copying the files on a disk? Thanks for the help!

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  • Restore data to different database in SQL Server

    Last week, we did a backup of our SQL Server database. This backup is usually done weekly in our scheduler and we always get a .bak file. But we need to make some changes to the data so I need to restore it to another database. Is there a way to restore to the second database? Thank you.

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  • SQL Server database is stuck in restoring state

    We have just backed up our database (see below). BACKUP DATABASE MyDatabase TO DISK = 'MyDatabase.bak' WITH INIT --overwrite existing And then we tried to restore it. RESTORE DATABASE MyDatabase FROM DISK = 'MyDatabase.bak' WITH REPLACE --force restore over specified database But it keeps getting...

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  • Exclude indexes from backups in SQL Server 2008

    Over the past few weeks, our night backups are becoming quite large because of the # of indexes in them. We've been using a simple recovery model for the backups. Would there be a way to exclude the indexes from the backups? Thanks so much!

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  • Team Foundation Server 2010: Backup and recovery process

    We've recently installed Team Foundation Server 2010 and now we're starting to prepare for the backup and recovery process. We realized that the configuration info / data is stored in the Tfs_Configuration Tfs_DefaultCollection databases. What's the best way to backup these databases? Can someone...

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  • Performance issue with MySQL database backup

    My friend and I have been trying to create a regular backup for a production database (large one, in fact). The database has both InnoDB and MyISAM tables. We have been using mysqldump but it keeps taking longer and longer each time. Sometimes, the server is even unresponsive when the dump is...

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  • Should we go ahead with encrypted backups?

    I'm in charge of our department's laptops and now I need to get some sort of automated remote backups started. They would be going to a RAID drive. But the thing is that we don't have a secure vault to hold all of the drives. After talking to my boss, we thought about using some encryption process....

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  • How should we backup our storage server

    We're putting in a huge storage server that's going to be used as a live NAS for several different servers. The server will be on RAID for data security but we are still looking for a backup option (which will include off-site backup). But we're worried about how we will backup so much data...

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  • Backup in a VM

    My requirement is to daily take back up of SQL files installed on VM server in a production VM environment. Currently have DR appliance which takes approx. 8 hrs for taking backup of SQL server file backups. Which would be the best solution for taking backups considering factors like...

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  • Backup a CentOS server

    We recently moved over from a dedicated server to the VPS. It's working great but we need to shut down the dedicated server and close our account. So we need to do a full backup of the server before it's shot down. It's a CentOS server to. What's the best way to go about this? Thanks.

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  • How should we proceed with our Amazon EC2 backup strategy?

    We have several DB server setups that are on Amazon's EC2. We take daily snapshots of the whole system / EBS drives which contain all of the application files, DB files, etc. We also have a console application that runs the backup creations (on a daily schedule). All of the images are EBS images....

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  • Backup SQLite database to SD card on Android

    I'm trying to add a feature to one of my Android applications that would back up a SQLite database to my SD card. Is there a way to do this? Thank you very much!

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  • Back up remote SVN repository

    We've been moving our SVN server to a remote server so we can access it from different locations. The remote server isn't backed up yet so we have to back it up to another server (it's a home server). The remote server is on Windows Server 2003 and the 'home' server is on Windows Home Server....

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  • Directories we should not include in backing up a Linux server

    My team backs up a Linux server and it's storing it on another server. Here's what we have for code: rsync -aPh --del server.example.com:/ /mnt/backup But a friend (who's on another team) says we shouldn't back up /proc because we don't want to restore the /proc on the server. Is there anything...

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  • How should we backup 20 TB of data?

    At our organization, we have a NAS server that is being used to store photography sessions. Each one has over 100 GB. Each year, it's accumulating 10 TB of data and it's going to keep on growing. We have been backing all this up using tape (LTO-5 tapes with Symantec BackupExec). Since the size...

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