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almere 27th November 2012 09:44

Backup...
 
Hi there,

When ISPC doing backup, it doesnt take database and files in it...

1) If i open a SQL backup, the file is empty. Always, with every user.
2) When i open a files backup, i dont see files form root (index.php, configuration.php), i see only directories. And not only from root. Try to install joomla, and than run backup. You will understand what i mean :(

till 27th November 2012 12:42

About which ISPConfig version are you talking?

almere 27th November 2012 17:15

its going about 3.0.5

till 27th November 2012 17:22

1) Check that the mysql root password in /usr/local/ispconfig/server/lib/mysql_clientdb.conf is correct and that the mysqldump command is installed.

2) This depends on the settings that you choose for the backup under System > Server config > Backup mode.

almere 27th November 2012 17:42

1) Password is good.

2) Backup mode: Backup web files owned by web user as zip

till 27th November 2012 17:53

1) And the command I asked for is installed?

2) This setting instructs the backup script to exclude all files from the backup that are not owned by the website user. So the backup works eaxctly as it should work by excluding files owned by root. All files uploaded by a client are owned by the client users, such files shall never be owned by root, if you want to include files owned by root, then chaneg the backup type setting.

almere 27th November 2012 18:12

Hi Till,

Website files backup is fixed, how you said.

Mysql backup is fixed. Problem was in my password. It was not wron, or something. But i had symbols, like ^&@#*@($&^ . And it is not accepted, i guess. Thank you

newfield_no1 27th November 2012 20:26

Backup?
 
"2) This depends on the settings that you choose for the backup under System > Server config > Backup mode."

I cant se that in my 3.0.4.6?

"Backup dir. readable for website FTP users."
Is the only thing in that thab that has anythin with backup to do.
Am I at the wrong place?

till 27th November 2012 21:17

Thats a feature of ispconfig 3.0.5, it does net exist in 3.0.4.6


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