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Old 4th June 2010, 13:34
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Default Backup broken post 2.2.35

Hi Guys it looks like the site backup broke (on my system at least) somewhere between 2.2.33 and 2.2.35.

According to this the 2.2.35 release notes Quintin Russ contributed a modification to the backup script. As far as I can see ./ispconfig/scripts/shell/backup.php was completely rewritten and now requires sudo to be installed and presumably configured so that adminispconfig user is in /etc/sudoers.

Does anyone know where the documentation is for this change? Or do we need to log a bug report for this documentation.

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Andrew
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Old 7th June 2010, 01:57
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Ok it looks like I've found the cause:

SVN Commit 1172 (till) introduced a dependency on 'zip'.
eg "exec("cd $web_pfad && /usr/bin/find . -group web$web_id -print | zip -y $tmp_dir/web".$web_id."_web.zip -@");"

It is also worth mentioning that spamassasin in 2.2.36 requires GPG... something that the installer neglects to mention.
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