Read-only (or complete) permission to backup folder for a shell user linked to a websites

Discussion in 'General' started by seblemoine, Apr 10, 2021.

  1. seblemoine

    seblemoine New Member

    Hello,

    It's my first time that I write a question about ISP :)
    On my server, I have activated the backup for some websites. I changed the default path of the backup folder thanks to the option present in "System > server configuration".
    I want to use borg to externalize my backup in borgbase and I want to create a repository for each website (because each website have different backup rules).
    My problem is all my backup files is owned by root user and i have no possibility to access to my backup when i connect me on the server through a shell user.
    Does exist a way to change the backup owner or the permission for "other" user on this folder ?
    I create a symlink to the backup folder on the home of my shell user. Does exist another way to do that ?
    My idea is to not use the root user for that and try to do the most things with ISP :)
    I use the version 3.2.4 of ISP Config

    Thanks a lot :)
    Sébastien Lemoine
     
  2. Th0m

    Th0m ISPConfig Developer Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    The backup is copied to the users own folder when you click "download" in the panel.
     
  3. Jesse Norell

    Jesse Norell ISPConfig Developer Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    In a quick look at borg, it's a very different setup that ispconfig's backup setup, and it would likely be easier to just run borg from a separate cronjob for each site than to try to integrate the two.
     

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