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djellison
post Nov 7 2008, 02:00 PM
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Amoungst our troops there must be someone who knows how to write Cron-jobs.

I'd like to set up the UMSF server to automate backups of the forum DB and attachments folder, but it's just a bit beyond me. It's a LAMP setup using Cpanel 11.

Anyone who has 'the knowledge' to help me out - let me know!

No pay, but you can have an UMSF subdomain to put stuff on ( like Mike has for MMB anims ) as a UMSF perk biggrin.gif

Cheers

Doug
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imipak
post Nov 7 2008, 05:27 PM
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Hi there! smile.gif

If it's a simple file copy (or compress, copy file off box, delete local copy) that'd be pretty trivial to do. PHP's probably not the ideal language to write the script in though, a tiny shell script is probably the best way to do it.


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