Synbak is an application designed to unify several backup methods. It provides a powerful reporting system and a very simple interface for configuration files. It can make backups using rsync (via crypted ssh, rsync, SMB, and CIFS protocols), tar (tar, tar.gz, and tar.bz2) archives, tape (even using multi-loader changer tapes), MySQL databases, Oracle database, LDAP directories, CDR/CD-RW/DVR/DVD-RW, wget HTTP/FTP mirrors, and more. It can generate final reports via email, HTML pages, and RSS feeds. Developers can easily write new backup methods, reports, and translations.
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release adds failed backups lists into $backup_destination/synbak-failed.log file, fixes a bug in the backups_schedule function, updates the FAQ file with an answer about using synbak with automatic daily/weekly/monthly/yearly mode, and modifies the default synbak template.conf file.
Release Notes: This release changes synbak version numbering, implements the 'backup_shedule' function to automate and simplify the daily/weekly/monthly/yearly backups, adds "-E pr=100/noprompt" to the LDAP internal export command, adds support for lzo and xz compression to the tar method, rewrites the erase function to be more smart, and renames some variables.
Release Notes: This release changes many report messages (HTML and email reports). It fixes a bug with calculating destination size when backup_no_make_destdir=yes is used. It fixes a bug in the short open tag in the PHP calendar report. It fixes a bug when erasing old backups when backup_erase_always was used.
Release Notes: A problem was solved with the rsync method when backing up to a full hard disk. A problem when parsing passwords with problematic characters was solved.
Release Notes: A bug in the rsync method using the -o command switch was fixed. The FAQ file was updated with tips to make daily, weekly, and monthly backups.