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Script to backup Asterisk folders

The key folders to backup for asterisk are /etc/asterisk /var/log/asterisk /var/lib/asterisk /var/spool/asterisk /usr/lib/asterisk /var/lib/mysql /usr/local/tomcat/webapps You can use this script to back them up into one gz file. ora=`date ‘+%Y.%m.%d-%H.%M.%S’` tar zcf etc-asterisk-$ora.tar.gz /etc/asterisk tar zcf var-log-asterisk-$ora.tar.gz /var/log/asterisk tar zcf var-lib-asterisk-$ora.tar.gz /var/lib/asterisk tar zcf var-spool-asterisk-$ora.tar.gz /var/spool/asterisk tar zcf usr-lib-asterisk-$ora.tar.gz /usr/lib/asterisk tar zcf var-lib-mysql-$ora.tar.gz /var/lib/mysql tar […]


Free disk image backup and restore software for windows mac linux

Free Hard Disk / Partition Imaging and Cloning Software Macrium Reflect Free This software is able to image your currently running system (using a facility known as Microsoft Volume Shadow copy Service) to another local hard disk, to the Network, a USB or Firewire drive, and DVD. It has a built-in scheduler, so that you […]


Lockstep Backup for workgroups using a NAS device that requires a login

If you are using a Lacie NAS you are required to set a login name and password in order to access the shared folders. Backup for workgroups in its next release is planning to add a function to enable logins for each repository storage device, but are now in order to enable it to access […]


Backup Exec failing error: 0xe0008527 – VERITAS Storage Foundation for Windows (VSFW) unexpectedly failed

Hi Guys. Had an issue where backup Exec failed daily although it looks to have backed up all data. The following error message is displayed. Job ended: Monday, 2 November 2009 at 1:27:47 PM Completed status: Failed Final error: 0xe0008527 – VERITAS Storage Foundation for Windows (VSFW) unexpectedly failed. Check that the VSFW service is […]


Scheduled backup using Microsoft SQL Server 2005

The Express version of MS SQL 2005 does not include functionality to perform a scheduled backup. To get around this, use the “Script to File” option and then run it from the command line using a batch file and Windows Scheduled Tasks function. 1. Open up SQL Server Management Studio Express 2. Drill down to […]