Scripts

rcb-rsnapshot.sh

Run rsnapshot.

> /root/bin/rcb-rsnapshot.sh
rcb-rsnapshot.sh [-h|--help] [-i|--increment=[hourly,daily,weekly,monthly]] -- rsnapshot backup
where:
    -h --help      show this help text
    -i --increment period [hourly,daily,weekly or monthly]

rcb-encrypt.sh

  1. Delete files in directory $RCB_META. If directory $RCB_META doesn’t exist, create it.
  2. Create directory $RCB_META/$REMOTE if it doesn’t exist. REMOTE are the directories defined in BACKUP POINTS (3rd parameter) of rsnapshot.conf
  3. Store lists of empty directories, links, special files and sockets in the directory $RCB_META/$REMOTE. Create digests in $RCB_META/$REMOTE/$RCB_DIGESTS.
  4. Encrypt $RCB_BCK_ROOT/$RCB_BCK_PREFIX to $RCB_ENC.

rcb-rsync.sh

Rsync encrypted data from SRC to DST, defined as follows

SRC="$RCB_ENC"
DST="$BCK_USER@$BCK_HOST:$BCK_DST"

rcb-rsync-back.sh

Restore encrypted data from the remote backup (SRC) to local (DST). SRC and DST are defined as follows.

SRC="$BCK_USER@$BCK_HOST:$BCK_DST"
DST="$RCB_ENCR"

Running the script with -l will symlink $RCB_ENC to $RCB_ENCR.

USAGE="$(basename "$0") [-h|--help] [-l|--link] [-d|--delete] -- rsync from backup
where:
  -h --help     show this help text
  -l --link     links the origin directory instead of rsync
  -d --delete   delete the destination defore rsync"

rcb-decrypt.sh

Dencrypt data from SRC to DST, defined as follows

SRC="$RCB_ENCR"
DST="$RCB_DEC"

Running the script with -d will delete data in DST before decryption.

USAGE="$(basename "$0") [-h|--help] [-d|--delete] -- decrypt backup
where:
  -h --help   show this help text
  -d --delete decrypted data, if exist"

rcb-restore.sh

Restore data to $RCB_RST_ROOT .