Linux: bash script to backup the OS

This is a really simple command/script to backup via rsync an entire Linux OS: #!/bin/bash rsync -aAXv --delete --exclude={"/dev/","/home/","/lost+found/","/media/","/mnt/","/proc/","/run/","/sys/","/tmp/"} / /media/Data_Backup/OS/ Source:

Bash script to backup a Drupal site with an SQLite database

Script to backup via ftp a Drupal site that uses a database SQLite and to then archive it. #!/bin/bash # HOST='' USER='username' PASSWORD='password' BACKUPDIR=$HOME'/backup/site' WORKINGDIR='/tmp' DBPATH='sites/default/files' DBNAME='.ht.sqlite' cd $WORKINGDIR wget -m --preserve-permissions --user=$USER --password=$PASSWORD ftp://$HOST sqlite3 $HOST/$DBPATH/$DBNAME "VACUUM;" while [ $? -ne 0 ]; do wget -m --preserve-permissions --user=$USER --password=$PASSWORD ftp://$HOST/$DBPATH/$DBNAME sqlite3 $HOST/$DBPATH/$DBNAME "VACUUM;" done mkdir -p "$BACKUPDIR" 7z a -mhe -p$PASSWORD "$BACKUPDIR/$HOST-`date +%Y%m%dT%H%M`.7z" "$HOST" rm -r $HOST The script can been executed via cron in this way: 0 20 1 * * bin/ >> bin/cron.log 2>&1
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