- Plone 4.0 (tested by 4.0.4 on MacOS 10.6)
- Support SSL in Python (If your backup destination is AWS-S3)
- Amazon web service account(If your backup destination is AWS-S3)
- Amazon web service account (aws access key / aws secret key)
- S3 root bucket name
- Code repository: https://bitbucket.org/cmscom/c2.recipe.bkups3
- Questions and comments to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Report bugs at https://bitbucket.org/cmscom/c2.recipe.bkups3/issues
- Referred to http://pypi.python.org/pypi/collective.recipe.backup
If you don't have repozo command in bin folder, you need to add the lines in buildout.cfg. The following lines will create bin/buckup script witch this recipe is using.
[repozo] recipe = zc.recipe.egg eggs = ZODB3 scripts = repozo
parts = ... bkups3 [bkups3] recipe = c2.recipe.bkups3 use_s3 = true aws_id = xxxxxxxxxxxxx aws_key = xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx bucket_name = xxxxxxxxxx bucket_sub_folder = mysitename sync_s3_filesfolder = true blob_store_count = 7
Run the buildout
You can use backup scripts
You will see filestorage backups in var/backups , blobstorage backup in var/blobbackups and the Amazon Web Service S3 bucket which you sepecified.