wiki:Internal/Backup

Backups on Orbit

1/16/2014

Relevant Machines:

  • Name: int-backupnas.orbit-lab.org
    • User/Pass?: admin/inca...
    • IP1: 172.16.200.12
    • IP2: 172.16.0.151
    • Backups to: SELF
      • Via:
      • Method: RAID5
      • Script:
    • Replicated directories:
      • All
  • Name: nas1.orbit-lab.org (home.orbit-lab.org)
    • User/Pass?: admin/inca...
    • IP1: 10.50.0.45
    • IP2: 172.16.0.150
    • Backups to: int-backupnas
      • target share: nas1.orbit-lab.org
      • Via: 172.16.0.151
      • Method: RTRR
      • Script:
    • Replicated directories:
      • /export
      • /export1
      • /backup ?
      • /web ?
  • Name: repository1.orbit-lab.org
    • User/Pass?: ...
    • IP1: 10.50.0.42
    • Backups to: home
      • target share: repository1.orbit-lab.org
      • Via: 10.50.0.45
      • Method: RSYNC
      • Script: /root/backupscripts/imagebackup
    • Replicated directories:
      • /export1
      • /tftpboot
      • /etc
  • Name: external1.orbit-lab.org (www.orbit-lab.org)
    • User/Pass?: ...
    • IP1: 10.50.0.11
    • Backups to: home
      • target share: external1.orbit-lab.org
      • Via: 10.50.0.45
      • Method: RSYNC
      • Script: /root/backupscripts/backup
    • Replicated directories:
      • /var/www
      • /common
      • /etc

Notes

nas1.orbit-lab.org: Home directories are a sub directory of /export. We should not replicate /web and /backup/. The web server should back up to the external1.orbit-lab.org share (this will be the 2nd copy). Nas1 one needs a firmware update. It's still using the old style interface. Since we're not worried about versioning, we simply back this up daily.

repository1.orbit-lab.org: This machine needs to have a cron job setup to back up the images. We only need one replica as a just in case, that replica lives on the home.orbit-lab.org. There is an intermin copy on the int-backupnas, however that can be deleted as it is not the official copy.

external1.orbit-lab.org: Web page data is replicated to the home.orbit-lab.org machine. This is the proper replica. Any other copies that are located on other nas / etc are not the most current and can be deleted if the space is needed.

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