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Old 5th May 2009, 00:38
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Default Backup Strategy for Multiple Server Setup

Hi!

I just installed two servers at Hetzner with a ISPC3-Multiserver-Setup (Debian Lenny) and I would like to set up a good backup strategy, using their free 50 gig FTP-Backup Space.
At the moment I think about using tartarus http://wertarbyte.de/tartarus/tartarus-0.6.4.1/
combined with the mysql-dump script mentioned here: http://www.howtoforge.com/shell-scri...-to-remote-ftp
as a hook for tartarus.

Which folders do I need to backup on my servers? Is there a difference in the backup between the master and the slave server (both are using debian lenny)?
Is there a better backup solution for ISPC3 regarding FTP-backups?

I would appreciate if anyone could post a good way of doing "restorable" backups of the above mentioned setup.

Thanks a lot,
Diego
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