[CentOS] Backing up a centos serveR? how to ? Newbie question..

David Suhendrik david at pnyet.web.id
Mon Oct 19 12:43:19 UTC 2009


may be rsync help You
Or u can try raid 0[mirrorig]
for replicate failover triying drbd and heartbeat but I've tested and 
unsuccessfull on my zimbra machines


Regards,
David
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John Doe wrote:
> From: RoLaNd RoLaNd <r_o_l_a_n_d at hotmail.com>
>   
>> excuse my newbie question but how can i backup my centos server?
>> i have a dozzen of virtual hosts over it as well as substantial database entries..
>> i've backed up the following directories using rsync:
>> workspace/
>> /etc/httpd/
>> /etc/apache-tomcat-6.0.20/
>> /usr/lib/mysql/
>> /var/lib/mysql
>>     
>
> For mysql, I would use mysqldump instead of rsyncing the whole mysql directories...
> Something like:
>   mysqldump <DATABASE> | gzip -9 > <DATABASE>-<DATE>.gz
>
> JD
>
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