[arm-allstar] Google Drive backups and restores
Luc Drolet VE2LUQ
ldrolet at cgocable.ca
Tue Mar 26 18:53:48 EDT 2019
Hello to you,
WOW Congratulations on this backup script
and it works really well
and simple to use
Thanks to you Doug and all your team behind you too
> Le 25 mars 2019 à 23:42, Doug Crompton via ARM-allstar <arm-allstar at hamvoip.org> a écrit :
> I have placed a howto at the hamvoip.org web page on setting up your Google
> drive on your Allstar server. It is a relatively simple procedure. If you
> already have a Google account it should take no more than a few minutes to
> do. If you do not have a Google account you will need to establish one to
> use this feature. Accounts are free and the free storage level is 15Gb
> including your email and other Goggle services. More space can be purchased
> if necessary but the 15Gb should be adequate for the majority of users.
> Also two new scripts have been added in an update today. Use the admin menu
> item 1 to update.
> google-backup.sh and google-restore.sh
> google-backup.sh will backup files that are described in
> /usr/local/etc/backup.conf, compress them in a tar file and upload them to
> your Google drive.
> google-restore.sh will present a list in several ways where you can select
> files to download from your Goggle drive.
> Both of these scripts and the gdrive commands are described in the howto.
> Users can directly use the gdrive commands to upload and download files but
> since the commands are not always conventional you must refer to the
> documentation and link in the howto.
> gdrive often reports errors about exceeding rates, etc. when issuing manual
> commands. In these cases just "up arrow" and repeat the command as many
> times as it takes to complete. It usually takes no more than 2 or 3 times.
> This is hidden in the backup and restore scripts but you will see some
> delay at times for uploads and downloads.
> *73 Doug*
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