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Resets Synology Cloud Station Backup client backup status.
#!/bin/bash
if [ $(sw_vers -productVersion | awk -F. '{print $2}') -lt "11" ]; then
echo "This script only works on macOS 10.11 or newer."
exit
fi
# get user
theUser=$(/usr/bin/stat -f "%Su" /dev/console)
# fall back to get user
if [[ $theUser == "root" ]]; then
theUser=$(/usr/bin/defaults read /Library/Preferences/com.apple.loginwindow.plist lastUserName)
fi
# get the user's ID
user_id=$(/usr/bin/id -u $theUser)
# path to Cloud Station Backup sys.sqlite DB
csb_db="/Users/$theUser/.CloudStationBackup/data/db/sys.sqlite"
# path to Cloud Station Backup ui process ID
csb_ui="/Users/$theUser/.CloudStationBackup/ui.pid"
# path to the Cloud Station Backup user LaunchAgent
ula="/Users/$theUser/Library/LaunchAgents/com.synology.CloudStationBackup.plist"
# unload the CSB LaunchAgent
/bin/launchctl bootout gui/$user_id $ula # not 10.10 safe
# get the CSB PID
ui_pid=$(/bin/cat $csb_ui | /usr/bin/awk -F\" '{print $2}')
# kill CSB to shut it down
/bin/kill $ui_pid
# wait for it to be closed
/bin/sleep 5
# change the status to 0 -- shutdown
/usr/bin/sqlite3 $csb_db "update session_table set status=0 where id=1;"
# start CSB
/bin/launchctl bootstrap gui/$user_id $ula # not 10.10 safe
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